Best Hunting Scope for $1500-2000 budget?

nctta

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Looking for best scope for basic hunting out to 500yards. Not looking to twist turrets, but would possible like to illuminated reticle.

Duralyt 3-12x56 illuminated #60 or Leupold vx6 3-18x50 CDS illuminated #4??? Any better choices?
 
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Rudolph Optics

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Nctta,


At a retail price of $950 you are not going to find better "Value for Money" than the Rudolph C1 6-24x50mm T3 Illuminated retice.

Specifications:

* One-piece Tube Construction made of 6061-T6 aircraft grade aluminium
* 2nd (rear) Focal Plane Reticles
* Fully Multi-Coated Lenses, providing over 95% light transmission
* Coil Spring System – keeps a point of impact securely against the heavy recoil
* Dioptric Compensation
* Side Focus Parallax Adjustment
* 100% Waterproof & Fog Proof
* Shock Proof tested to 1,200G

* Unlimited Lifetime Warranty
* Fully transferable



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varmintH8R

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Take a look at a Swarovski Z5. Out to 500 their ballistic turret is a great feature, or you can get a holdover reticle. They are light, very clear, and durable. It doesn't have an illuminated reticle, and I think the Z6's that do are over $2000. If that is a deal killer maybe look at a Vortex.
 

PlumberEd

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In your price range a Leupold VX6 is a hunting scope. My favorite for hunting is the 2-12. Deceit glass, good tracking and light weight.
 
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