Yup thats the same response I received. One thing is they are super awesome to work with. My rifle was supposed to ship this week. But as you see above the firing pin has delayed it. It allowed me to make a last minute change! Also I'd rather have it right than have to call them with issues...Just wanted to drop a general FYI to all Vudoo hopefuls waiting on builds in the near term -
I was one week past my projected ship date on a V22 BA that was changed to a 360, so I emailed yesterday asking for an update and received this email below from Jill at Vudoo:
“Your barrel has been spun. Normally you'd only be about 2 weeks out at this point. However, we've had a "heat treating" delay of our firing pins. As a result it could be a week or two longer (maybe!) I will know more this next week. I will follow up with you to let you know, as soon as I know more
Have a great weekend!!”
Vudoo Gun Works
Stay strong Vudoo hopefuls...your time will come.
Wow, those are some good groupings! Nice shooting. More than good enough for NRL22 matches. I too have a VTRIII Really good scope. My only complaint is with my old eye, the .2 increments can be hard for me to see with my old eyes. But excellent scope.Spent 4 hours at the Gun Range this morning. I received my Burris XTR3 this week and removed my RT25. I really like the XTR3. I think there is a Parallax issue going on in my RT25 as I was having major issues being able to focus the Reticle and Target over the past 2 weeks. I will be contacting Burris this following week. I have also found a Lot of SK Rifle Match my rifle don’t care for at all. The SK Standard + it seems to like fairly well. 50 yard target and 100 yard target. 50 rounds of each flavor on each target. Paper targets were off the bench. Rifle Match is on top. Then I worked on 200 rounds of barricade shooting at 100 yards. Ladder, Tank Trap and pipe rack.Rifle now has right at 1600 rounds through it. View attachment 7616167View attachment 7616168View attachment 7616169View attachment 7616170View attachment 7616172
Question to anyone using NF ATACR F1 7-35 on their builds....
Any issues with parallax for NRL22/PRS distances?
Cool, wasn't sure since some forums indicate that owners have a issue with the printed distances on the knob not matching up to targets distances.... thanks
Where are you finding that SK ammo?I opened up a new case of SK Rifle match last night to see if it was better. I can say it is WAY BETTER that the previous case I have 3500 rounds left of. I will dedicate this case to long range PRS/ NRLX matches. And the 3500 rounds to a standard NRL22 COF. I stretched her legs out to 400 yards this morning and was banging a 10” plate at 400 no problem. Targets is 3-10 shot groups at 100. Data is of 1 of those 10.
I like these from walsh.
I run Zero Compromise ZC527 on both my PRS and Vudoo rifles. I had a Razor Gen II, but the parallax at 25yds was a bit blurry (Parallax on Gen II starts at 32 yds but I tried to push it). LOVE the ZC527 reticle, especially for the 22LR stuff, parallax down to 25yds, and the glass is crystal clear.Appreciate the responses, not going to beat the dead Horse on parallax just wanted to know how's NF working out for the 22 crowd....
We're picking one up for my brothers 20" MTU and that's the route he wants to go.
I run a razor and from comparison the ATACR does have tighter field of view...but can't compare it since dont remember looking thru one before to give a opinion.
What magnification were you using on the Razor when it was still blurry?I run Zero Compromise ZC527 on both my PRS and Vudoo rifles. I had a Razor Gen II, but the parallax at 25yds was a bit blurry (Parallax on Gen II starts at 32 yds but I tried to push it). LOVE the ZC527 reticle, especially for the 22LR stuff, parallax down to 25yds, and the glass is crystal clear.
Showing my ignorance - what is an IG page and how do I get to it?With all the activity in rimfire world since the launch of the original V-22 and more recently, two new three lug platforms, many that are newer to the rimfire disciplines have joined us to enjoy a pretty incredible set of shooting opportunities. With this, there are many questions, comments, discoveries, etc., to be shared, so I've started a new page on IG called Vudoo Labs (@vudoo_labs).
On this page, I'll be sharing info related to ongoing projects, troubleshooting of various rimfire intricacies, etc. One topic in particular is related to individual results/outcomes at ammunition test facilities and the conversation is based on actually being at the facilities and providing my own follow-up testing/diagnoses.
I'll also share some of the same info here, but not at the level of detail found on the Vudoo Labs IG page.
My opinion, based on the actual objective, no sir, it's not necessary. However, not everyone loads the magazines the same way and we're trying to offer something that helps everyone reach the same objective. I don't use the tool.I just got a new 12 round aluminum magazine, and it came with a 3D printed loading tool and a little flyer advising not to use the tabs on the side for loading. Is this really absolutely necessary, if I've never had a feeding problem after loading using the tabs? I always leave enough tension to make sure the rounds are stacking properly. Thoughts? @RAVAGE88
Does this help with feeding issues? Or make for more reliable feeding?My opinion, based on the actual objective, no sir, it's not necessary. However, not everyone loads the magazines the same way and we're trying to offer something that helps everyone reach the same objective. I don't use the tool.
I've been sharing technical contact over on Instagram under vudoo_labs. It's easier and faster to share there because I can do it on the run, at the range, or wherever and all I need is my phone. Anyway, take a look at the two pictures below for a revision I do to my own magazines and I've started doing it to customer magazines when I bring in rifles to take a look at for one reason or another.
I simply remove the rear corner of the follower and I started doing this because of the tighter tolerancing in the Aluminum magazines. The angle isn't vitally important, but I work to maintain 45 degrees as I do these by hand on my belt sander. Makes an appreciable difference in the Polymer and Aluminum magazines.