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It's a Leica (with 400mm telyt).
 
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I would have went with an AR lower receiver with a 6 positions collapsible stock, oh and a 9 inch Harris bi-pod. lol.
Good call, I think that'd be more aesthetically pleasing and would likely shoot much better as well. =]
 
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It's a Leica (with 400mm telyt).
What caliber is that... :tongue:


I would have went with an AR lower receiver with a 6 positions collapsible stock, oh and a 9 inch Harris bi-pod. lol.
M4 upper 14.5" barrel with pinned G6 vortex, Eotech 552 and a Knights FF RAS. Sounds like a plan. :biggrin:
 
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Joshua, i've been tempted by the bushhawk for years, the only issue i see is that it looks pretty top heavy. I would prefer a more inline setup like this leica.
 
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I would have went with an AR lower receiver with a 6 positions collapsible stock, oh and a 9 inch Harris bi-pod. lol.
The only way for that to be legal in California is if you have your CompactFlash card door pinned shut and that it only holds ten photos.
 
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Joshua, i've been tempted by the bushhawk for years, the only issue i see is that it looks pretty top heavy. I would prefer a more inline setup like this leica.
I've been using the Bushhawk and it's really pretty good. I don't notice it being top heavy at all. It's nicer than shooting on a gimbal for birds in flight as you're completely mobile and have full range of motion. It also provides the support to help acquire sharper shots. Very clever indeed, if not a bit pricey.
 
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I've been using the Bushhawk and it's really pretty good. I don't notice it being top heavy at all. It's nicer than shooting on a gimbal for birds in flight as you're completely mobile and have full range of motion. It also provides the support to help acquire sharper shots. Very clever indeed, if not a bit pricey.
I had always written it off because I used a D70 and a D50 that didnt offer the ability to use an electronic trigger. Now that I have a d200, I may revist this option....
 

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