Bushnell LRHS

Discussion in 'Long Range Scopes and Other Optics' started by B-P-UU, Aug 24, 2015.

  1. B-P-UU

    B-P-UU Well-Known Member

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    This scope has peaked my interest; anyone running one? Thoughts, impressions, opinions would be appreciated. I'm most interested in the new 4.5-18x44 in MOA, but if you have the 3-12, please chime in as well. It seems to be a good blend of features integrated into a hunting optic. I understand Mr. Garnder of GAP rifles helped develope it. Thanks!
     
  2. StrutNut

    StrutNut Well-Known Member

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    They are a great scope that tracks perfectly. Lots of good reviews on them. I almost bought one but decided to order the Burris XTR II instead. I liked the SCR reticle better and I also wanted it illuminated as well. The Bushnell is a proven scope, you will enjoy it.
     
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    jrsolocam Banned

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    I put a LRHS 4.4-18 on my new 6x47 Lapua. Don't worry, it is a great scope for the money.

    Superlative glass, tracks just fine....
     
  4. B-P-UU

    B-P-UU Well-Known Member

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    that's good to hear - thanks. How is the eyebox at ~18 power? any issues or anything you don't like about the scope? not that it matters, but are you running MOA or MIL - just curious.
     
  5. jrsolocam

    jrsolocam Banned

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    The eye box isn't as good as my minox or leica, I'd say on part with night force or leupold. I don't know the reticle subtensions, but they are fairly thick. The optics are really great, and it tracks good. I will buy another one......
     
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    jrsolocam Banned

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    Oh, mine is a moa. And the glass and build quality is first rate...