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I just purchased the handi-rifle in 223 caliber. I used the same technique as you to mount a Weaver 2.5x7. I was worried about having both rings forward of the adjustment posts. Signted it in the old fashioned way and had a group I can cover with a nickle at 40 yeards after 30 rounds breathing right and squeezing them off very slowly. Shooting off sandbags on a good bench of cours! Anyway, on Friday morning at dawn I spooked a flock of big does out of a hardwood thicket and they ran white flags flying across a clear cut. I whistled and finally one stopped and looked back about 200 yards out. I was worried because I had to shoot standing but I was able to get a rest off a Sweetgum sapling that the tree harvester had stripped and had stood itself back up. I cranked up the scope to 7x for the first time after sighting it in at 2.5x only. I squeezed off the round and saw the whold herd run. Never saw her jump. After walking up to where she had been I began circling. One drop of red. More! Spattering! Then gushing red on limbs. There she was, stone dead, tangled up in a Cedar top left by the loggers. I had hit her in the chest right where I was aiming. Took out both lungs. Best shot I ever made. I like my little Handi-Rifle with he funnly looking scope.
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