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Unread 03-21-2009, 05:21 PM
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Re: IOR question

I could retype the answer(well at least the red-neck answer) but its already been covered and explained better than I can.


My IOR 3-18x42mm

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Unread 04-16-2009, 11:19 PM
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Re: IOR question

Originally Posted by pressman View Post
.... I love everything about the one i have... used it many times but it is a 4 X 14 X 50mm. I know that if it is light enough for me to see ( and safe to shoot) that when i look through the scope it usually is even a little better than my eyes. ...
For the same money, you can get a Swarovski in about the same max power with a larger objective. I can look through my Swarovski when it is too dark to shoot, but the scope enables me to see things that I can't see with the naked eye. If you need or want twilight or dusk performance, get a Swarovski. I do own an IOR, but it doesn't even come close to my Swarovski when the sun goes down.
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