Compact Binos

chain

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After my first elk hun tthis fall, I need to lighten my load. I am thinking of getting some compact binos. I am using Nikon Monarch ATB 10 X 42's now. Any reccomendations? Thanks
 

winmagman

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You could give the Zeiss 10x25s a look, small enough to fit in a shirt pocket, good enough glass to see just about anything you need to. I'm really liking mine.

Chris
 

Yippeekiay

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If you'd like to save a bit of cash but keep the awesome glass give IOR a look-see. I've a few of their scopes, mostly because I can't justify the exorbitant prices of some of the other brands, and really ain't missing a thing.
Good Luck!
 

NJS

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For 21 years I have been using a pair of Leica compacts and they are as good today as the day I bought them. I take them with me on all my hunts and business trips. I thought they were expensive when I bought them, they have been the cheapest binocular I have ever owned! NJS
 

FEENIX

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How about a semi-compact 16-ounce Burris 300186 Signature Select 10x32 for <$260.

Burris 300186 Signature Select 10x32 Semi-Compact Binoculars $257.95, 300186 SHIPS FREE on orders $29.95 & up

http://www.opticsplanet.net/burris-8x-32mm-signature-select-semi-compact-binoculars.html

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It also comes in 8x32 http://www.opticsplanet.net/burris-8x-32mm-signature-select-semi-compact-binoculars.html for <$250.


Good luck!

Ed
 
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