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I am in the market for two new scopes. Both will be a of the long range variety. I have never owned a scope of this type before and I am not sure what I want. I am in the $500 range. This eliminates nf s&b IOR or any of that type of super high end stuff. Can't afford it and don't need it either. If my life depended on it I would certainly have one but for a hobby I just can't have one. So...VXIII, B&L 4200 maybe burris? Everyone uses the VXIII and seems to like it. Probably more of these on this site than anything else. I guess if I have to I will get a VXIII 6.5-20 with a 1 in tube. I have some B&L scopes on some other mid range rifles and like them well for price. Does the 8-32 4200 have target turretts? Can you get them? I have some burris scopes but, no one here seems to like them for doping yardage up and down. These are my observations. What are yor recomendations? These will be going on a 300 weatherby that I built and a 7mm-300 weatherby that I bought from this site. Both heavy gun class rifles 15-20 lb range. Both very capable shooters. Also as a side note I wonder if I should consider super sniper. Not varible but good I hear. Do I need varible on this type of rifle?
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BEST PRICE, LOTS OF MOA ADJUSTMENT - 109MOA ELEVATION,
If you can deal with fixed power 10x, 16, 20x this is the best.
I tried myself to buy one, but because I leave in Canada, I don't have the right to get one... The new regulation.
I read alot about this scopes, on Snipershide, or on longrangehunting, and they have good reviews on Supersnipers scope.
The price $299.00 for Supersniper scope
My self I bot a Sightron 6-20x50 MilDot, with SideFocus and 1 inch tube, and I'm happy with this one. The only negative part is I have just 50MOA adjustment for elevation.
I install the Sightron SII on my 300Rem Ultra Magnum, with lots of recoil, and far now everything is ok.
I bot another one for my friend on his 7 mm Rem Magnum, and his happy with Sightron too.
From $299 - $800