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what do people feel the best hunting optics (scope) for my weatherby

 
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Old 08-01-2005, 10:43 AM
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Re: what do people feel the best hunting optics (scope) for my weatherby

I can recommend the Swarovski PVS 6x24x50, excellent all round scope, light (22ozs approx), excellent glass with accurate adjustments. Only draw back is that the only lens shade available is 3 inches long and this is only threaded at one end. No anti mirage tube available either. I have had mine almost 2 years and no problems so far, used on varmint type shooting. Swarovski have a good reputation over here for sorting any problems that do occur.
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