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Hi Toten Kopf,
I'd love to see some more pics of your rifle's scope and mount set up. Looks great!!!!
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Originally posted by wilson85 wilson85 wrote:

Hi Toten Kopf,
I'd love to see some more pics of your rifle's scope and mount set up. Looks great!!!!
 
Sorry that I haven't responded sooner, but trying to provide the information that you're asking for has taken quite a bit of time.
 
I'm almost finished with the whole process on what I did to adapt the PEM scope to the replica Enfield (T) scope mount.  I will post the process using a .pdf attachment in a few days.  Yes, I'm not quite done but I just wanted to let you know that I'm woking on it.
 
For me, the replica PEM scope has worked well for doing what it does.  Having a reticle that stays centered and having 1/4" turret adjustments is the cat's meow...  And it's a great option to buying a real/replica Enfield (T) scope (Mk32).  I know, it's not a real No.4 MK1 (T), however, it does get the job done and it is a joy to shoot.
 
So far the rifle has surpassed all the requirements that a (T) model would need up to 200 yards.  I haven't shot the 400 yard yet but I suspect it will pass these requirements as well.
 
No. 4 Mk1 (T) accuracy requirements...
 
30 Yds.  - 5 rounds within 1" (My rifle shot .315")
100 Yds. - 5 rounds within 3" (My rifle shot 1.379"/1.318 MOA)
200 Yds. - 7 rounds within 5" (My rifle shot 3.165"/1.512 MOA)
400 yds. - 6 out of 7 rounds within 10" (Not Fired Yet) 
 
Since I haven't had the chance to shoot my reloads to get a FPS listing, I kind of guessed at the velocity and the scope does have enought elevation for 800 yards.  Which for me is "OUTSTANDING".  And I have "rang" steel at 600 yds.
 
Please bear with me as I take a few more days to put this scope mounting information together and then post it. 
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