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Rate the Following Scopes ....

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Unread 10-23-2013, 07:15 PM
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Rate the Following Scopes ....

I know some of you guys keep up on the latest Optics . For long Range Varminting ( daylight only ) out to a Maximum 1200 Yards , and using the Reticle for Windage & Elevation ( no Knob twiddling ) , Rate the following Brands : Nightforce ( BR , NSX , Competition ) , Schmidt & Bender , US Optics , Swarovski , Zeiss ( high end ) , Zeiss Conquest , Meopta , March , Bushnell Elite ( 4200 , 6500 ) , Sightron S-3 , Leupold LRT ( V whatever variation you like ) , Leupold- Premier , Premier , Burris Black Diamond , Weaver ( GS , SS ) , Nikon ( Monarch , Buckmaster ) , IOR Valdada , Kahles , and whichever Brand & Model .... I forgot and you wish to add . You can Rate them Best to Worst Individually or in Groups . Also pick the " Biggest Bang for the Buck " . TIA .
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    Unread 10-23-2013, 07:25 PM
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    Re: Rate the Following Scopes ....

    Not asking much right?

    If you searched threads pertaining to those scopes you are interested in, I bet you could find volumes of replies already..,...

    We've beat the hell out of every scope made and discussed them all, already.....

    Just say'in.....
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    Unread 10-23-2013, 07:52 PM
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    Re: Rate the Following Scopes ....

    Schmidt & Bender , US Optics , Swarovski , Zeiss ( high end ) , Zeiss Conquest

    There's my list. Anything else is an also ran
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    Re: Rate the Following Scopes ....

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    Not asking much right?

    If you searched threads pertaining to those scopes you are interested in, I bet you could find volumes of replies already..,...

    We've beat the hell out of every scope made and discussed them all, already.....

    Just say'in.....
    YUP!
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    Unread 10-23-2013, 08:11 PM
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    Re: Rate the Following Scopes ....

    Hey Sully...

    I'll trade you a used Rockchucker (that you can use for an extra wheel chock) for your motorhome for a Schmidt and Bender. Always wanted one and almost bought one last year but bought a Rolex instead.
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    Unread 10-23-2013, 11:25 PM
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    Re: Rate the Following Scopes ....

    What Flip & Sully said.

    List was too long to even read but I do think you left out Kaspa.
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    Re: Rate the Following Scopes ....

    List is to long, I'm not going to try I will however answer the question, anything high magnification, FFP with an H59 rectical
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