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    DFA75 Kit

    I have decided to sell my DFA75 as Iím just not getting time to use it. I have it set up on a .222 Tikka on a whitetail 3.5 - 10 x 50 and it works very well.
    This is the new version with the latest software and is in very good condition.
    Package consists of:

    • DFA75 with additional IR illumination
    • Extra internal battery pack.
    • Manuals
    • Remote control
    • Weaver rail mount for external IR lamp.
    • 50mm cover ring adaptor with inserts to fit objective lenses with external diameter 55 to 59mm
    • 12v car and 240v quick charger

    Price is £750
    Any questions please ask. I can demnstrate if anybody wants to come and see it in use.
    Kieran

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    You selling your one !!!!!!!!!!
    Are you sure that's a wise move ?

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    do you have to re zero if you put on or take of the unit?

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    Hi kieran 222,

    how much space is required between the scope and barrel for the DFA 75 to fit.

    all the best,
    3bl

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    3bl

    i never did just put on and went out shooting once zeroed but always checked it before going out.

    good bit of kit but some people will say it's not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scubadog View Post
    do you have to re zero if you put on or take of the unit?
    Hi, scubadog, I don't re zero before going out and haven't had a problem. The zeroing is as easy as they show in the videos, one shot to find the error and then adjust the zero. I would imagine it depends on whether it gets knocked about or not. The DFA75 isn't realy suitable for a rimfire due to its position on the scope and the bullet drop for the rimfire, but with a centerfire I think I was getting +/- 1inch between about 50 and 180 yards.
    Kieran

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3bl View Post
    Hi kieran 222,

    how much space is required between the scope and barrel for the DFA 75 to fit.

    all the best,
    3bl
    Hi 3bl,
    You will need approx 5mm clearance between the scope and the barrel. The clamp goes back approx 30mm from the front of the scope, so you will need 5mm clearance for approx 30mm from the front of the scope back.

    Kieran

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    Quote Originally Posted by B&W FOX View Post

    You selling your one !!!!!!!!!!
    Are you sure that's a wise move ?
    I just don't get out as much as I thought I would. It is a different experience going shooting with NV, when you shoot (even with my 222) I can get a few shots at rabbits/foxes in the same field as they just don't seem to know what is going on.

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    I wish I wasn't skint! That looks a much better way of doing things rather than using a rear mount. Good luck with the sale.

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