Compact spotting scopes help
I'm looking at picking up a compact spotting scope for hunting. This is mainly for determining an animal for legality at long range (how many points) and picking apart cover but will also be used in spotting shots while practicing longrange shooting. I dont need to judge them/score them with this scope. Im looking for a light weight scope as I put in many miles ina day hunting and this will be on my back the whole time. Im not sure whether to use a angled or straight eyepiece, please input!
I have narrowed the scope options down to #1 choice the minox MD 50 (16-30 zoom at 21.69 oz lifetime no fault warranty and found one for 219$ regularly 299$ and #2 the leupold gold ring 15-30 compact, scope is 21.5 oz lifetime warranty for 399$.
I looked at others the vortex is too heavy, nikon expensive but if anyone has any preferences that would be better than these options and price range feel free. Thank you
Last edited by pyroducksx3; 11-26-2011 at 07:18 PM.