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I finally picked up my first MOA from TGP here on SP. Mounted the scope and loaded up a few rounds today to try her out. Hopefully in the morning.

 
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Very nice!!!
Keep us posted
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Hope you enjoy it Rick!

Glenn


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WOW!!

Should of tried one of these long ago. I need to do some work on forming the cases from 300wsm but even with the bent barrel (grin) it shows potential. Glenn, thanks again my friend.

Rick

 
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Good looking rig and a shooter!!! Congrats!!!! Always thought it would be a fun pistol to have.


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You need to use it for your antelope hunt thumbup
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You need to use it for your antelope hunt


Now Tom,

If I can't hit the dime how do you expect me to hit an antelope laugh
 
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Very Nice! happy
I really like the grip and trigger on my MOA. I'm trying to get in touch with the person that took over MOA. I want a 243 barrel installed on my MOA. Right now it is a .376 Steyr- nuts
Nice pistol- good luck with it.

Mike


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Very Nice! happy
I really like the grip and trigger on my MOA. I'm trying to get in touch with the person that took over MOA. I want a 243 barrel installed on my MOA. Right now it is a .376 Steyr- nuts
Nice pistol- good luck with it.

Mike


Gary Wrigley took over MOA. He now owns MOA and RPM. The company name is Gateway Precision Arms.


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Now Tom,

If I can't hit the dime how do you expect me to hit an antelope laugh


Those little silver discs in the middle of the scope twist off and there are adjustments underneath to adjust the scope. Move about 4 clicks in the direction of the R and about 4 clicks in the opposite direction of the U and you will be closer to the dime. Move them the wrong way, and you will be off the paper!

Nice shooting. Nice shooter.


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