Just finished month 1 and lost about 9 pounds! Jan — Lost 81 pounds Age: Overall, the Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle is a fantastic hunting, hard use, survival or battle rifle — exactly what Jeff Cooper had in mind. List of Pepsi variations. I signed up for Nutrisystem this week, and I am really hoping that I have the same results.
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Great light with a great price. Going to buy more for sure now. Who knew that a little doggie door was enough to trigger the motion sensor? That gave me a good chuckle, but I'm glad that at the end of the day, they're working out for you that you're willing to get more for your home.
I like my new LED motion light however I am having an issue with it not turning off. It's located in a storage room so there's absolutely no way it's detecting motion where it's located. Any ideas what this could be?
I have the same problem with the light not turning off. I've checked and changed the settings to a quicker turn-off time. Sometimes it works and turns off; much of the time it doesn't and is on all night long in a place where there is no motion possible. Troubleshooting in the manual is no help. I had the same problem with the light not turning off. What I realized is the motion is very sensitive If I enter the garage from the opposite side where the light is I can see its off but it turns on really fast.
At least I know its off when I check it buy opening the door really slow and just peak inside the garage. I took the first one back because I thought it was not shutting off. I understand some people's comments about it being very sensitive to motion but mine is inside an enclosed storage room with absolutely no openings for motion to be detected.
The Only way I know it stays on is because I can see light through the very bottom of the door. I'm tempted to return the product in hopes of a new one working properly but it seems as if this is an issue for many. I'm also having the same issue with the lights not turning off.
I can see it through the cracks around the door well before I approach the door. I have it set to the recommended settings for "garage" but they haven't turned off for several days.
Is this a known issue and has the company responded? I placed a call to them early Saturday morning and nobody called me back. I love the light, but this might make me take them back if I can't figure it out or get some kind of response from WinPlus. I just installed mine, today, and have had the same issue with motion sensor as many others. In my case, I'm sure that the issue is that the motion sensor is so sensitive that it is picking up the slightest vibration.
I have mine surface mounted on the garage ceiling, and I can tell that it is coming on this way by jumping up and down from just inside the house with the door just barely open enough to see light. I unplugged it for now because I don't want it coming on throughout the night or whenever we run our washer and dryer.
I'm going to try hanging it from eye hooks which mine did NOT include to see if that helps to avoid picking up the small vibration. If not, back it goes. It's a nice light, but the cost is a premium for no reason if I have to manually turn it off to avoid it coming on when it should not. I just bought mine today and reiterate the sensitivity issue.
It's on the ceiling of my garage and I'm in my living room on the other side of the garage wall. It's already on the lowest setting. I'll give the company a call tomorrow.
Yes, it's working as designed--and that "design" is defective in many practical applications. The motion sensor can sense through walls and floors. I mounted one in my basement in a location that happens to be right below a high traffic area.
Even at the "Very Near" setting, it still comes on any time someone walks through. It is also 12 feet from another high-traffic area on the other side of the wall, and on the "Mid-Range" distance setting, it will detect that as well--at least on the "Very Near" setting it doesn't have that issue. If you will be mounting these in any kind of area with people moving on the other side of a wooden barrier, don't do it.
Regarding the not turning off: I heard back from Winplus' customer care and they recommended the following: I haven't tried it yet, but thought I'd pass their information along. Lights never turn off even in a wine cellar..
Very Near Time until dim: Second one has the "overly sensitive" problem. An in-depth look at the etiology, prevention, and treatment of chronic and contagious diseases afflicting humans and epidemiological methods. An in-depth study of human sexuality, including psychosocial, cultural and physical aspects. An in-depth examination of the principles of nutrition and their effects on health and fitness.
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I mounted a x scope to see what it was truly capable of. Not a scout fan. I did purchase a Springfield scout squad, removed the rail, and put a standard hand guard. Then had it cerakoted in a nice tiger strip cammo.
Love the size, and some of the best iron sight out there. I think it could fill the roll of a scout rifle if needed minus the scope. Now I just need to swap out that loud a muzzle brake for a good flash hider.
I like the idea that it uses M or M1A magazines that are lots cheaper than the proprietary Ruger mags. I did a water transfer blue and grey USN pattern cameo on the stock and it looks pretty cool. Great gun and easy for a smaller person to manage. Seeing AR height optic mounts on a bolt gun makes my eyes bleed.
Do you really not know any better? Did you guys even test it in any kind of realistic field positions? Those were the only things I had when it came to taking photos! I joked about it in the text of the review, but perhaps you skipped the words? Just here for the photos? The mount does appear to have a see-through hole that might, in theory, allow to use irons. Moot point, though, because rear peep signt is removed. Get a 94 Swedish Mauser carbine, put it in a lighter stock, equip it with a good set of peep sights and call it good.
I followed the link to guns in hope that they had a good price on the Tikka T3X CTR which is a comparable to this rifle , but no joy. Thankfully my inability to commit on willingness to spend between the Steyr and the Ruger has kept my from buying one at all… so far. My family has shot many Wyoming deer and antelope with it, mostly one shot kills, including a yard one shot affair.
A touch heavy, but plenty accurate. Save for forward rail, iron sight no one bothers to use and round box, is there any benefit of this rifle over, say, another Ruger like American Rifle with compact 4x scope?
Just a slight qualm with the article, if I remember correctly Mr. Cooper wanted a semi-automatic action in the Scout rifle. He opined that that would add too much weight, so it was never made a huge priority in the rifle. Importantly, this group was shot from a cold barrel. Once experimentation moved to higher round counts, barrel heating started to play havoc with paper target accuracy. So far, my best ELD-X, five shot group fired in relatively quick succession has been about 1.
I shot one 20 round group, with Federal Lake City 7. All 20 were fired with in a span of about three to four minutes. That barrel got hot!! The group measured just over 3. Who shoots more than three rounds hunting? This is NOT a self defense rifle, get an ar or ak variant if you want that.
Different scope, ammo, rifle, and 3-round groups are going to result in different accuracy measurements. I tried the forward scope mount on mine and hated it. Shot a nice, fat doe with open sights the first time I ever hunted with my Ruger Scout. His blueprints are mighty important to a lot of people still hung up on what is considered to be the perfect scout rifle. I shot my doe freehand at about 60 yards and she dropped in her tracks. Good review- keep up the good work!
Why the AR height optics on a stock design that requires optics to be close to the barrel bore?