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Mark 4 Leupolds, which one

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Re: Mark 4 Leupolds, which one

I've got a 3.5/10x40 TMR on my FN TSR 223. What i really like about the TMR is the cross hairs do not connect. Maybe it's just me with my 65 yr. old eyes, but it enables me to really get on and concentrate on the target.
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    Appreciate the feedback guys. Thinking I'll go up to the 6.5-20 on this one.
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    Why a a leupold? Get a Zeiss conquest 4.5-14x44 or a 6.5-20x50 with target turrets and you'll have much better glass and awesome tracking. I have owned a bunch of both and the zeiss is superior in my opinion.
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    Why a a leupold? Get a Zeiss conquest 4.5-14x44 or a 6.5-20x50 with target turrets and you'll have much better glass and awesome tracking. I have owned a bunch of both and the zeiss is superior in my opinion.

    I would buy American. Especially nowadays when American workers need it the most.
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