Best LRH optic for 6-700$ max

Discussion in 'Long Range Scopes and Other Optics' started by floyd, Dec 15, 2005.

  1. floyd

    floyd Member

    May 13, 2005
    Hi guys, I am looking to buy two scopes, between 4.5-14 or 6.5-20 in mag, prefer a non magnifying reticle, and prefer mildot. Who can give me some recommendations please. I have heard good things about the zeiss conquest line, any others I should think about???
  2. Buffalobob

    Buffalobob Writers Guild

    Jun 12, 2001
    How far do you need to shoot and how close do you need to shoot?

  3. BountyHunter

    BountyHunter Writers Guild

    Jun 13, 2007
    zeiss, nikon and leupold

  4. Jimm

    Jimm Writers Guild

    Jun 12, 2007

    you said 6to 7 max but not what the least you wanted to spend /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif Depending on your rig you may be way ahead to consider the new Nikon 4.5x14 with side parallax adjustment. It has features that scopes costing hundreds more are required to rival. Such as finger adjustable turrets and rotation counters , They also track better than the lower lines of better known scopes . Shoot a email to Jerry Teo ( this site ) He has wrung this scope out and has muc good to say . I also have bought several for my family and we astounded by the low light performance and the other features I' ve already mentioned .

    Oh yeah, I think it can be had for around 279.00 or so /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif

    Hope this helps , Jim
  5. 7Rumloader

    7Rumloader Well-Known Member

    Jan 20, 2005
    Jimm I also have one of these scopes and have abused it a little more than I wanted to. So far it's perfect!
    Great tracking, nice audible and felt clicks, Very nice glass for the buck and smooth operation.
    If interested Jon at the had the best price around.

    Now to the original question. 6-$700 dollar range? I would say Zeiss Conquest line( don't own one but hear very good things about em ) Burris Euro Diamond ( 4-$500 ) and Black Diamond lines 6-$800( have a Black Diamond and Love it ) Nikon's , and Leupy's of course in no particular order.