March 27th, 2017, 03:36 AM
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: South Charleston, WV
As stated earlier doubt you could get any better than what you have, top drawer gear.
I also prefer the 10X fixed scope for it's simplicity and ruggedness and follows the rule of 1x per 100yds. Have a variety of scopes and not a big user of them and normally use the standard NM sights, but find that on a cloudy, rainy, foggy day at extended ranges the scope is a big plus for hitting what you are trying to hit. Shot at Oak Ridge, TN quite a bit for Long Range/1000yds. and Palma matches and on such an occasion the mist, fog had settled in and I simply could not see the target face clear enough to use the "irons." Scope shooters had a rough time of it for sure, but they could see the target, big advantage. Lessons learned.