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Re: scopes

Postby fairchaser » Sun Jul 07, 2019 5:14 pm

Zeiss has the best glass for scopes in that price range and Leupold is the best value for a mid range quality scope. My last purchase was a Vortex and so far I love it. When you get into the Kahles, Steiners and Schmidt and Benders, it’s a whole new level. I’ve never owned a Swarovski but I’ve looked through a few and they are right there with Zeiss. I have some Leica Bino’s and they are excellent. I also just bought an Athlon Ares spotting scope I’m pretty impressed with so far.
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Re: scopes

Postby reloadxx » Mon Jul 08, 2019 8:45 pm

I have a lot of different brands of scopes but if I could afford to top all of my rifle with one scope brand it would be a trijicon love my trijicon scope

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Re: scopes

Postby tndave59 » Sat Aug 17, 2019 9:50 pm

Have several different brands Nikon, vortex, GPO, Athlon, Sightron; but I think for the money and quality you can’t beat a Sightron. Clear glass, crisp reticle, 30 mm tube for low light and field of vision to name a few
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Re: scopes

Postby Team Browning » Sat Sep 28, 2019 8:46 am

Vortex or Leupold are preferable but I've got Bushnells too. Nikon's have been a disappointment for me.
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