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    Quote Originally Posted by djpaintles View Post
    That is just awesome! I have a 1-6 on one of my 17's but it doesn't co-witness all that well and only has a center dot, not an entire lighted reticle. When funds allow I may need to try one of those IOR's.

    Thanks for the excellent pics!
    Your Welcome! Yes, the funds is what binds us! I own a few S&B, Nightforce, and U.S Optics and the IOR's glass beats them all. Dont get me wrong each has their own specialties, but I like to change my optics on all my rifles so I can utilize each to their own potential. IOR set the bar high on this bad boy!
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    You might know the one that I now see, is the one I'd like . . . . "All it takes is money, and lots of it".
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentRecon View Post
    No question. Jerry the owner is a perfectionist and IMO is the best in the industry. I have 3 friends who have sent their weapons off to be hydro-finished. Not even comparable. I would post pics of their shotty work if they would let me! 1 of them had theirs redone by Sharkbitecustom. He has a master gunsmith who breaks down the weapon, cleans, preps. Then Jerry hydro-finishes it, then sprays a matte clear coat over it to negate any sheen or glare whatsoever. He also can do custom grips where he applies a 3 step mix that forms a very thin layer of clear rubber on the grip of handguns or rifle grip that makes it grip like glue even when wet! He is doing it to my FN tac-45. Its sick. Also, he can put any color under the hydro-finish to change the coloring of the graphic!
    Thats great! Thanks for the info. I've got an email in to them now. We'll see what happens. I'm pretty stoked!
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    Awesome setup!
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    Loving it!
    One question though... Why did you get the lower receiver and the cheek weld hydro-finished?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Two Six Six View Post
    Loving it!
    One question though... Why did you get the lower receiver and the cheek weld hydro-finished?
    I did it to break up the rifle. Some people like to Hydro-finish the entire gun down to every bolt. I just wanted it to have more than 1 dimension. I put my rifle next to another that was entirely dipped in the same pattern and mine "disappears" a little more at night. It breaks up the overall shape of the rifle IMO. Just a personal preference though!
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    Is it my eyes or is the reticle off on that unit?



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    FFP MP-8 "X1" green illuminated, SFP center dot red illuminated



    It Really is just an incredible scope. The glass is so crystal clear and at 1x I can shoot with both eyes open and even co-witness it with my iron sites.

    Reticle at 1x with center dot illumination


    Reticle at 5x


    Reticle at 5x, Range ~~200yards


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    Reticle at 10x, illuminated

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    It does look a little low on the vertical plane in the illuminated picture but looks pretty accurate otherwise. I wonder if that VP shift could be from the picture itself and not the scope.
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    This is Badass!

    I actually have an AAC SDN-6 can on it's way to me soon, can't wait.

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    Gotta ask how heavy it feels at 33 oz's (correct)? And I was worried about anything over 21+- One very bad looking scope!!!

    I'm on the Liberty site and looking at a couple of others that they show: * 3-18x42 and * 2-12 x 36 SPARTAN . How would either of these do on my 16 or possibly dual for my 17, as well (however, I guess thy're caliber set).
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