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Unread 09-15-2008, 01:54 PM
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Re: seeing targets

Like rem said yes some of my guns will shoot in the .2"s at 100, but .2" at 100yds does not directly translate to 1" at 400yds.

the optics i am using is mostly NF and Leup. if you are not wanting to spend that much on your glass there is plenty else out there. Leup has alot of options, Nikon makes some absolutely great scopes, Bushnell's elite line is great as well.
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    Re: seeing targets

    cheers for the replys. i epoxyed the forend up with some arrow shafts last night. its alot stiffer now. hope that should help. do any of you have any experience with the burris scopes. i have the fullfield 2 4*14. just wondering how the clarity of glass compairs with the scopes mentioned. i think its clear but i have no comparison
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