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Old 01-13-2013, 04:34 PM
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Re: scope for the poor man

I sure appreciate all your replies and suggestions..

It has givin me a lot to go on and study on...Only thing
I think I really would like is the fine cross hair as these
targets have a small bulls eye,,and the dot covers it..

Tomorrow I have to go see the heart doctor,so I aint
gonna do anything until I find out what he has to say..

Again I really appreciate your replies...John
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Old 01-15-2013, 08:56 AM
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I sure appreciate all your replies and suggestions..

It has givin me a lot to go on and study on...Only thing
I think I really would like is the fine cross hair as these
targets have a small bulls eye,,and the dot covers it..

Tomorrow I have to go see the heart doctor,so I aint
gonna do anything until I find out what he has to say..

Again I really appreciate your replies...John

tomorrow I go in for the heart catherization to see what is going on with this old bastard....Buy the good Lord willing I am still gonna be looking at the scopes you guys mentioned....Thanks again...John
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Old 01-15-2013, 06:56 PM
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tomorrow I go in for the heart catherization to see what is going on with this old bastard....Buy the good Lord willing I am still gonna be looking at the scopes you guys mentioned....Thanks again...John
I hope so to John. Nothing is more important than what you're facing. I'll pray but above all remember, Jesus is the final answer.

See you in a few days!!

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Old 01-15-2013, 10:05 PM
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Re: scope for the poor man

Thanks Paul...
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:44 PM
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Re: scope for the poor man

I heard only good things about Mueller scopes but never tried one.
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Old 01-16-2013, 09:20 PM
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Re: scope for the poor man

hope its good news on the heart.

i really love my nikon buckmasters 6-18. living in NW PA, its hard to justify a scope higher than a 6x low setting, so the big glass was ruled out of my choice. 18x with this clear glass and the 1/8" clicks makes 600+yd much easier shooting than id ever imagined. it might be a little high in price, but if i was looking at spending 250 bucks on a scope, id be watching classifieds for a better quality used piece than a mediocre new one. but thats my opinion is all
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Old 01-17-2013, 12:45 PM
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Re: scope for the poor man

Well..Back from the heart catherizian..This is the scond one I have had and it's the first time they went in thru my wrist..And it had to be the right on at that..Oh well..Got a pretty positive report.so now they want me to go see a lung doctor...

Maybe too many stupid years of smoking..I go there on Monday....

But on a more happier note,my boys bought me a new scope....

Yep It's a Weaver T-36 I was really surprised at that...I guess I ought
to be able to see the target as well as bullet holes with it...

Guess I will let you know about the next Doctor appointment if you
interested...Thanks John
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