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Nightforce announces new lower priced 4-14x56 SHV riflescope

 
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Old 12-21-2013, 12:21 AM
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Re: Nightforce announces new lower priced 4-14x56 SHV riflescope

Anyone know the weight?
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Re: Nightforce announces new lower priced 4-14x56 SHV riflescope

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Anyone know the weight?
Illuminated 28.5 and non 26.8 oz.
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Re: Nightforce announces new lower priced 4-14x56 SHV riflescope

OK - this hit right in the middle of me trying to figure out a scope to buy on another hunting rifle I'm getting up and running.

I only have one scope without a zero stop and I've messed things up twice. Both times was practicing on rocks so no harm done. How have you guys done running a no zero stop to always have that warm and fuzzy feeling you are truly on zero ?

If this thing had a zero stop I'd be all over it.
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Re: Nightforce announces new lower priced 4-14x56 SHV riflescope

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OK - this hit right in the middle of me trying to figure out a scope to buy on another hunting rifle I'm getting up and running.

I only have one scope without a zero stop and I've messed things up twice. Both times was practicing on rocks so no harm done. How have you guys done running a no zero stop to always have that warm and fuzzy feeling you are truly on zero ?

If this thing had a zero stop I'd be all over it.
Put a big enough rail on & you don't need a zero stop

Count the moa or turns to top or bottom & note it on the scope or rifle is a convenient way of checking if in doubt
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Re: Nightforce announces new lower priced 4-14x56 SHV riflescope

While I have not received mine yet, I was told there is a revolution index marking system that will make it easy to keep track of which turn you are on.

Rather have a ZS, but hey, it's under a grand.
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Re: Nightforce announces new lower priced 4-14x56 SHV riflescope

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If possible, when you receive the scope, could you post some pictures of what's under the caps! Thank you
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Will do.
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