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Scope options for Cooper 243

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Unread 12-10-2013, 11:43 PM
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Re: Scope options for Cooper 243

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I have a M54 in 22-250 with a Z5 3.5-18x44BT, and I like it so much I put one on my M52 in 280AI.

These scopes are very clear and bright, and are also lightweight and fairly low profile. I'm a fan.
That looks like an absolute varmint killing monster.

This is the IOR on my LR-260 Varmint Rig. For a 50mm obj it has a rather low profile as well. Much of that just depends on how you mount it.



I should put a picture of the PST 4-16 up as I have it mounted. It's on a M700 with low rings and it barely clears the rail and sets a few hundredths off the barrel at the bell with scope covers on.

Love both scopes. The IOR is a good bit pricier and it's my favorite but there's not a thing wrong with either.
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    Unread 12-11-2013, 12:21 AM
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    Re: Scope options for Cooper 243

    Love it! Sweet lookin' rig!

    I've never shot through an IOR, but think I need to!
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    They are addicting. The MP8 Reticle on the tactical models is my all time favorite.
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