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Steiner Military 3-15X50 Rifle Scope Review

 
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Old 06-30-2014, 05:32 PM
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Re: Steiner Military 3-15X50 Rifle Scope Review

I've pretty much decided on a Steiner Military Scope for the build I'm working on currently. I even found last years models on sale at Europtic for $1099 to $1299. I have friends who paid $2100 for these same scopes and thought they were a steal at that price. These sale scopes are NIB but discontinued models 3-12X50, 3-12X56 and 4-16X50 with the G2 mildot reticle in FFP. At around $1000 these Steiners are BY FAR the best scopes you can possibly purchase anywhere near that price range.

The 2014 models are 3-15X50 and 5-25X56 with several choices of reticles all FFP, including the MSR. The 2014 models are well over $3000, so last years model can be ha for 1/3 the price of the 2014 models. All of them are tanks with top quality glass comparable to Schmidt & Bender, Zeiss Hensoldt etc. I see the long distance competition crowd is starting to migrate to Steiner as well. A secret can only be kept for so long before word gets out. Hopefully, Steiner will continue to move forward with the increased sales surely coming their way.
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Old 07-01-2014, 06:08 AM
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Re: Steiner Military 3-15X50 Rifle Scope Review

I bought mine last year. I have the 5-25 military with the MSR and love the scope.
I have it on my 6.5 creedmoor and the more I use it the more I like it.
The turrets have a really positive click to them. The scopes are large, but then again all tactical scopes are.
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Old 07-02-2014, 01:21 PM
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Re: Steiner Military 3-15X50 Rifle Scope Review

There are several precision rifle competitors using the Steiner scopes. The scopes seem to be gaining a very good reputation for reliability. I know I really like mine.

Geb
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