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Pard 008lrf Question.

Discussion in 'Night Vision Optics and Illumination' started by Colesy, Sep 9, 2021.

  1. Colesy

    Colesy Engaging Member

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    Hi all. Quick question for any pard 008 lrf users please. I have a pard 007 and am considering an 008lrf as a permanent fixture on my .22lr. My question is does your rifle fit in your cabinet with the pard 008lrf fitted or do you remove it. I understand that cabinets are different...mine is a rifle cabinet with the ammunition locker internal above the rifles and a normal scoped rifle fits nicely with the heel of the butt up against the (carpeted) lip on the front by the door aperture...and at the moment I don't have the space to put the rifle in sideways so to speak. Hope that makes sense and any thoughts from current pard users appreciated.
    Cheers
    Chris.
     
  2. keithy

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    I had the same worries, my cabinet is a bratton sound extra deep, if a rifle with an xt photon fitted fits then yes it will fit. Rim fires are slimmer in depth to my bullpup air rifles so there is a good chance.
     
  3. Colesy

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    Thanks Keithy. At the moment I've only got normal scoped rifles and shotguns in there so nothing to compare with.
    Cheers
    Chris.
     
  4. George X

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    I have one on my Daystate MK4 IS and I have to angle it sideways to fit.
    It's a deep cabinet but has a two skin door hiding the shoot bolt mechanism.
     
  5. Colesy

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    Thanks George....that's what I suspect I will have to do and untill I get rid of a shotgun or two I won't have the room just yet.
    Cheers.
    Chris.
     
  6. BenBhoy

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    I have a deep cabinet for scoped rifles - 008 lrf fits on T3x & browning t-bolt no bother
     
  7. metalman

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    I always stick my LR/008 in the end slot in the safe with slight angle. I did line the inside with some thin foam to save marks. Still check zero every time before pest control
     
  8. Colesy

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    Thanks for all the replies Gents...much appreciated.
    Cheers
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  9. DAVEYBOYH

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    Yep end to end the rifles fits ok
     
  10. Will66

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    I have a 008P-LRF on order and just mounted my new air gun on the door of my safe but after reading this post I just realized I did not allow for the extra room the Pard needs.
    Looks like I will have to move it over to one side a little more. Not happy as I drilled a hole in the door already. It will work out OK I will just have two holes in the door to mount the strap with.

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    Looks like a Lokaway ….. Nice :thumb:
     

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