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rifle to rifle #7612569 09/21/19 11:27 PM
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I see that some shooters move scope from rifle to rifle. what caliber ( meaning brand, model ect) that is capable to do this?


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All scopes are capable of swapping between rifles. But you still have to re-zero the scope each time you do it. I have done it on several rifles. The point of impact shift is usually repeatable with a good scope mount.



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I would do this with any scope that tracks well. The most important part to me would be good rings and a standard rail on all rifles involved. I would not want to remove the scope from the rings every time.

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It’s not so much a question of caliber as it is a question of mounts. I have Identical 20 MOA Picatinny rails on 3 rifles. This allows me to move scopes around and (this is key) still be on paper. There will always be some zeroing needed.


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Originally Posted by colt45
I see that some shooters move scope from rifle to rifle. what caliber ( meaning brand, model ect) that is capable to do this?



Anything to anything.

Few days ago I moved a scope from .223 A.I. to 28 Nosler. Checked a bore sight, in the end it was come down .3 Mil, left 1.8 Mil, zero done. The pic rail to the barrel relationship is more of a factor than cartridge and bullet.


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I enjoy playing with scopes just as much as rifles so I tend to keep a few extras around. On my Switch barrel rifles I am in the process of seeing how repeatable switching both barrel and scope will be. So each barrel will have a scope / ring combo sighted for that load and barrel.
I have two barrel/ scope / load combos done with one more to dial in. Then just swap them around and see how close they are to zero once installed again.


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how about detachable ring mounts on a picatinny rail? or would that raise the scope to high?


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Originally Posted by colt45
how about detachable ring mounts on a picatinny rail? or would that raise the scope to high?


That’s the way I would think most folks would go. I would never take the scope from the rings each time.


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Originally Posted by colt45
how about detachable ring mounts on a picatinny rail? or would that raise the scope to high?


That’s the way I would think most folks would go. I would never take the scope from the rings each time.


Ring type with the cross bolt, and a hex nut. Need a 1/2" socket, boxed in wrench, I've even used a Crescent wrench to swap scopes. Once a scope goes in a pair of rings, it lives in those rings the rest of its' life. Scope and rings move as one unit from pic rail to pic rail.

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