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Nite-Site Viper and Daystate Mk4 S IS

Postby ALASDAIR F » 06 Sep 2014, 20:29

Here is the Nite-Site Viper on my Daystate Mk4 S IS. Still a bit of practicing to do before I head out and get some bunnies with it in darkness. :D

Very impressed so far with it :D

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Re: Nite-Site Viper and Daystate Mk4 S IS

Postby audi swift » 06 Sep 2014, 20:45

cool nice set up :P
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Re: Nite-Site Viper and Daystate Mk4 S IS

Postby ALASDAIR F » 06 Sep 2014, 21:32

audi swift wrote:cool nice set up :P


Cheers :D
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Re: Nite-Site Viper and Daystate Mk4 S IS

Postby ALASDAIR F » 06 Sep 2014, 21:35

I know a number of Daystate user will be interested in the Nite-Site Viper. I have done a video of the Nite-Site in action. Adjusting the IR control makes a difference as you will see in the video.

Billy the Meerkat was the leading actor :lol:

Please note that no stuffed toys were injured in the making of this video. :D

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Re: Nite-Site Viper and Daystate Mk4 S IS

Postby Mantonflint » 06 Sep 2014, 21:48

I think you'll find that you need some practical method of supporting that lot for standing or kneeling shots in the field, Alasdair!
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Re: Nite-Site Viper and Daystate Mk4 S IS

Postby ALASDAIR F » 06 Sep 2014, 21:59

Mantonflint wrote:I think you'll find that you need some practical method of supporting that lot for standing or kneeling shots in the field, Alasdair!
Brian


Brian you are spot on. The rifle is on a bipod. The shaking in the video is me with my mobile phone :oops:
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Postby ALASDAIR F » 06 Sep 2014, 22:33

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Re: Nite-Site Viper and Daystate Mk4 S IS

Postby Mantonflint » 06 Sep 2014, 22:39

Hi Alasdair, I very rarely get to shoot rabbits from a bipod in prone position due to the height of vegetation, stalking, safe shooting position/backstop, mud etc. In the field I often use a six foot Holly stalking-stick or twin sticks; I do use a 28" bipod sometimes for warren shooting with a semi-auto. Shooting from in or on the Land Rover can be very productive as the bunnies treat it as another piece of farm machinery and mainly ignore it. Don't forget to open the window first. ;)
I'm afraid I can't get anywhere with your YouTube link/term.
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Re: Nite-Site Viper and Daystate Mk4 S IS

Postby ALASDAIR F » 07 Sep 2014, 20:14

Mantonflint wrote:Hi Alasdair, I very rarely get to shoot rabbits from a bipod in prone position due to the height of vegetation, stalking, safe shooting position/backstop, mud etc. In the field I often use a six foot Holly stalking-stick or twin sticks; I do use a 28" bipod sometimes for warren shooting with a semi-auto. Shooting from in or on the Land Rover can be very productive as the bunnies treat it as another piece of farm machinery and mainly ignore it. Don't forget to open the window first. ;)
I'm afraid I can't get anywhere with your YouTube link/term.
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Thanks Brian. I think I might have to get a Stalking stick for this outfit. I have tried to embed the video but it does not seem to work. The video works at my end when I click on the actual video clip on the post. Hopefully someone will be able to tell me the secret to embed a video on here.
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Re: Nite-Site Viper and Daystate Mk4 S IS

Postby Mantonflint » 07 Sep 2014, 22:07

Bear in mind that the stock of the rifle never touches the stalking stick, the rifle stock is supported by the hand grasping the stick. ;)
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