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Shepherd Handgun Scopes?

Discussion in 'Technical Questions & Information' started by CountryGunsmith, Feb 23, 2003.

  1. CountryGunsmith

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    warpig883
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    I was contemplating doing some long range sniping with my Savage Striker and was thinking that a Shepherd handgun scope would be the cats meow. My question is does Shepherd make a scope for hunting handguns?
    Why look'st thou so? With my cross bow I shot the Albatross.

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    No, sir, they do not.

    Think Burris for handgun scopes.

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    Yes I like the Burris and Luepold handgun scopes but I was wanting one that is calibrated to the buddit like Shepherd does. Guess I am SOL on that one.
    Why look'st thou so? With my cross bow I shot the Albatross.

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    Water, water, everywhere and not a drop to drink.
    What pound pull did you have on your crossbow
    Was it a breast shot?
    Charlie D
    That's your side of the story.
    Now let the game warden tell his.

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    Tch tch...anyone who would shoot a gooney bird with a cross bow is a menace to society...big bird, use a 10 gauge at least with No. 4 or 5 shot.

    Gunguy

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    When I was a (younger) kid I use to shoot them goonie birds with one of them "Y" shaped hunks of wood with a string of inner tube attached to each of them forks and a toungue of a shoe to hold a marble. I can't remember what cha called them, Errrrrrrrr! Sling shot", maybe? My thumb was my Tasco scope
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    DUH? HUH??
  2. CountryGunsmith

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    As an update, I spoke with Shepherd at the 2003 Shot Show. There is no plan to market a handgun scope in the near future.
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