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    New (& not so new) Scopes!!

    Just got my Center Point 4-16x40 scope today, as well as a "dovetail to weaver" adaptor so I could put my BJ Trail's original Center Point 3-9x40 on my Quest.

    Everything's been put together...now I just have to get them zeroed tomorrow, and see how I like the "new" scopes.

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    They really look great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merlyn View Post
    They really look great.
    Thanks man....(even though I am really aching to paint the Quest over again so everything matches).

    The "dovetail to weaver" mount seems really, really stable, and I'm tickled pink that I'll be able to get a much better cheekweld, and overall better grip on the Quest.

    Hopefully I'll have a review of one, if not both setups within the next couple of days.
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    i would bring the quest to bare wood and put a nice stain on it ... but that's just me .
    those scope looks good on your guns

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    Quote Originally Posted by poil27 View Post
    i would bring the quest to bare wood and put a nice stain on it ... but that's just me .
    those scope looks good on your guns
    Thanks, Poil!

    But for some reason....I'm addicted to painting, even though I have no need for camouflage, and it adds no appreciable value other than LCF.

    Maybe it's just a phase, and I'll be sanding those babies back down in 3 or 4 years....
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    how can some one be adicted to paint ( unless is a great custome byke or car with pinstripes and airbrushed flames) maybe because i have to paint my frames at my shop ( i hate evrey single second of it) lol

    there is something good to do with the quest stock and a good airbrush i guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by poil27 View Post
    how can some one be adicted to paint .....
    Hmmm....I wonder if it has anything to do with the fact that I paint in a small, poorly ventilated area.....I remember starting a lot of paint projects...but can't remember finishing a damn one......
    I just wake up, and the rifle's painted!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer Sandwich View Post
    Hmmm....I wonder if it has anything to do with the fact that I paint in a small, poorly ventilated area.....I remember starting a lot of paint projects...but can't remember finishing a damn one......
    I just wake up, and the rifle's painted!
    LOL !!! :D it may be it!!

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    I worked for awhile many years ago in an auto assembly plant- and from what I recall the paintbooth boys that "didn't believe" in wearing the ventilating masks were the happiest (and slowest) guys in town...
    I'd say I care- but I'd probably be lying...


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