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Not too expensive scope?

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Unread 06-22-2007, 01:52 PM
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Re: Not too expensive scope?

3200 10x, or the 4.5x14x40 Nikon Buckmaster.
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    I don't trust my buckmasters clicks, and have good reason for that.

    I'd wait, personally.
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    I have the Browning 8-24 MilDot from the link below for a couple of months now. Took it prairie dog shooting a few weeks ago came home and ordered another one

    Bushnell makes the scope for Browning.
    All it is is a Bushell 3200...
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    Unread 06-26-2007, 01:13 PM
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    Like everyone else said Bushnell 3200 10X40 cheap reliable equipment for the price range. It will put you right in your 200 dollar range while being satisfied with your product.
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    Re: Not too expensive scope?

    What about Vortex? Does anybody have an experience of using any Vortex scope? They are not very cheap, but still not expensive.
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    Re: Not too expensive scope?

    Another good scope to check out would be the Sightron series..These scopes are really making a statement..
    I'm not sure the price point, the S1 series starts at,S2 series Every bit as good as the Bushnell Elite 3200 series and Leuopold VX2 very competive to the Bushnell 4200 and some say better than Leupold VX3.
    Cause unlike the VX3 these Sightrons are one piece tubes
    are quite a bit cheeper in price and equivalent eye relief and holds zero every bit as good as the Leupolds and tough rugged, dependable,and the warrenty is every bit as good as Leupolds..
    According to Outdoorlife mag, they fell short of making Editors Choice to the Bushnell 4200 6x24x40 but made the Best buy award..
    In fact It was either there brightness or clarity that was equivelent to the Leupolds VX7...
    For thats quite abit of scope for the price...
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    Another good scope to check out would be the Sightron series..These scopes are really making a statement..
    I'm not sure the price point, the S1 series starts at,S2 series Every bit as good as the Bushnell Elite 3200 series and Leuopold VX2 very competive to the Bushnell 4200 and some say better than Leupold VX3.
    Cause unlike the VX3 these Sightrons are one piece tubes
    are quite a bit cheeper in price and equivalent eye relief and holds zero every bit as good as the Leupolds and tough rugged, dependable,and the warrenty is every bit as good as Leupolds..
    According to Outdoorlife mag, they fell short of making Editors Choice to the Bushnell 4200 6x24x40 but made the Best buy award..
    In fact It was either there brightness or clarity that was equivelent to the Leupolds VX7...
    For thats quite abit of scope for the price...

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    Sightron? I've never heard about - but they have pretty nice website.
    I also found any unknown brand with similar name - Sightmark ( Sightmark ). Do you guys know anything about their reflex sights? It seems they also offers some scopes with illumintated reticule.
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