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Unread 01-28-2008, 03:56 PM
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who wants my Money???? Nightforce

i want to buy a nightforce for my 6x47 lapua. i am looking for a npr2 retical in a 8x32 0r 12x42. i will be paying with a credit card the company that i work with is giving me this as a bonus. so if there are any dealers here that have one and take credit cards please post or IM me with price shipped to NORTH DAKOTA thank you..
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    Get hold of Lerch or Bill Bailey on this site. They will do you right and the service is first class.;);)

    You can call them at 1-800-522-3314. Just ask for Steve or BJ.
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    I agree, call Bill or Lerch, great service.
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    i just hope that im not going with to much magnafication. this is going to be used for f class and i might put it on my 7mmwsm for deer season. i use the 7mm for long shots. thats why im leaning toward at least 32 power. thats alot of money to spendon a scope.
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    Depending on your closest shot I'd choose the 12-42x56 , the power set on 12 would be fine for deer at 200yds on out if they weren't moving to fast and being able to dial up on the target will help with groups for the F-class. Some say that mirage will be worse but thats not true , its the same you will just be more aware of it and at the higher power it will look to be worse but you can always back down , if you get the 32 and you wish you had more power then your just left wishing.
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    i just hope that im not going with to much magnafication. this is going to be used for f class and i might put it on my 7mmwsm for deer season. i use the 7mm for long shots. thats why im leaning toward at least 32 power. thats alot of money to spendon a scope.
    Just my opinion but I think you are going with way too much power. Especially if you will be deer hunting with it. Tom.
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    i am also wondering if any of you guys have this set up on your short action remington and what rings and bases are you useing to fit the 56mm lense.
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