Advice on Long Range Varmint Scope Needed

Left Hand Dave

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I would like to purchase a higher end scope for long range varmint hunting. I think I have it narrowed down to the new Leupold VX6 HD 4-24X52 with the T-MOA reticle or the Night Force 5.5-22X50 with the MOAR-T reticle. Any advice or comments on clarity and how well the turrets move in comparison would be greatly appreciated. I can't afford to make a mistake on a scope costing this much.

Thanks Dave
 

WeiserBucks

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I don't have a VX6 , but have several Nightforce scopes and they work great, perfect tracking and excellent glass in the higher end models .

For varmints, the MOAR-T would work best with it's finer crosshairs. I think the standard MOAR might cover up the smaller varmints at longer ranges.
 
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