Drone Pro zero

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crowboy
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Re: Drone Pro zero

Post by crowboy » 02 Oct 2018, 15:02

just like to say took warbucks and coling advice about zero shift on drone pro got in contact with kevgun who put front lens support on for me 4 clean fox kills no more zero shift thank you kev your a top man

Kevgun
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Re: Drone Pro zero

Post by Kevgun » 02 Oct 2018, 15:10

Thanks Pete, i'm glad it's working as it should, i'm getting a lot of messages saying the same thing.

Davesniper
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Re: Drone Pro zero

Post by Davesniper » 04 Oct 2018, 18:57

Hi Kev, Dave here not forgot to report in with my verdict but not tried it yet..I know...I know...anyway will be trying it this a Satuarday.
Dave.

Kevgun
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Re: Drone Pro zero

Post by Kevgun » 05 Oct 2018, 06:33

That's OK Dave, we are all busy! had another 2 last night, i was out using instead of fixing :lol:

bryn
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Re: Drone Pro zero

Post by bryn » 17 Oct 2018, 13:49

I had the modification done by kevgun and it works a treat. Best £114 I’ve spent in a long time.


bryn

Davesniper
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Re: Drone Pro zero

Post by Davesniper » 21 Oct 2018, 12:00

Update on your work Kev ..it is bob on all tests done now had 2 last night bullet placment was perfect..

top man kev.

Dave.

Kevgun
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Re: Drone Pro zero

Post by Kevgun » 21 Oct 2018, 13:25

Thanks Dave, glad to hear it’s right and that’s what I’m hearing from the Facebook armasight group as well :thumbup:

jackal1
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Re: Drone Pro zero

Post by jackal1 » 21 Oct 2018, 22:46

Something i would like to know regarding these zero loss issues if at all possible. Mine has been on over two years fitted to a Mckillop mount and never lost zero. My mate who had zero loss issues and was about to get rid of his DP then fitted his to a copy Mckillop mount that i had made for him.
It has never lost zero since.
The question i have is neither of these scopes have anything to support the lens, yet neither lose zero, why?

Coling
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Re: Drone Pro zero

Post by Coling » 22 Oct 2018, 02:47

jackal1 wrote:
21 Oct 2018, 22:46
Something i would like to know regarding these zero loss issues if at all possible. Mine has been on over two years fitted to a Mckillop mount and never lost zero. My mate who had zero loss issues and was about to get rid of his DP then fitted his to a copy Mckillop mount that i had made for him.
It has never lost zero since.
The question i have is neither of these scopes have anything to support the lens, yet neither lose zero, why?
No idea but are you using a tamer calibre I also had the Mckillop mount and sold it as I too was having zero shift and kev could only modify the original so it’s not the Mckillop mount that’s sorting the issue it’s the lens support That Kevin’s making

jackal1
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Re: Drone Pro zero

Post by jackal1 » 22 Oct 2018, 10:10

Coling wrote:
22 Oct 2018, 02:47
jackal1 wrote:
21 Oct 2018, 22:46
Something i would like to know regarding these zero loss issues if at all possible. Mine has been on over two years fitted to a Mckillop mount and never lost zero. My mate who had zero loss issues and was about to get rid of his DP then fitted his to a copy Mckillop mount that i had made for him.
It has never lost zero since.
The question i have is neither of these scopes have anything to support the lens, yet neither lose zero, why?
No idea but are you using a tamer calibre I also had the Mckillop mount and sold it as I too was having zero shift and kev could only modify the original so it’s not the Mckillop mount that’s sorting the issue it’s the lens support That Kevin’s making

I use a .204 my mate a .243, it may just be as simple as "some Drones are better than others". It's quite interesting to hear the differences between units. I wonder if the digicepter will be prone to the same sort of issues due to being a much larger heavier lens.

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