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Old 12-28-2007, 05:14 PM
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Scope choice help.. yes another one of those..

Has anyone compared the

Burris XTR
vs
Nikon Monarch X
vs
Leupy Mark4.

Any photos of the TMR reticle from leupold??

I'm looking for something for my 6.5X300 Win Mag. I'd like to get a 3-18 IOR but I think they are just out of my price range @ the moment.


Under $1000 is my goal..

Repeatable clicks is a must...

Also a scope I can get into Canada. So no Nightforce.. too expensive right now anyway...

Thanks for your thoughts
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Maybe I am having a off night
but that web site sucks.
Way to hard to find what I wanted to find
Sorry about the choice of words but thats is the best one for it.
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Old 12-28-2007, 07:57 PM
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US Optics ST10 is a great scope for under a grand if you can live with a straight 10 power.

http://usoptics.com/product.php?partnumber=ST10-1000
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Old 12-29-2007, 10:23 PM
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Of those three I'd go w/the Mark 4. The Nikon is nice but doesn't have much internal adj. The Leupy will serve you well.
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Old 12-30-2007, 03:24 AM
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hi,
contact 308nate, and him can vate you IOR scopesto Canada under 1000us.
I just got mine from him, and I'm ore then happy.
or try Bobwards.com : Sporting Goods Montana Style - for different scopes.
I got from them 3 scopes shiped to canada without one problem.
I know it is very hard to get a good scope up here, I was in the same situation like you 2 years ago...
I hope you will do a right decision... by smart and get thecright scope from beginning.
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