I was thinking about getting the Sig Sauer Tango6 with the 56mm bell. Anyone know where that fits in this conservative WRT wt and quality (mainly compared to the NF as the other scope would be very expensive to get in my area)
I have 4 NF and 3 March scopes including the 2.5-25x52 and all are great scopes but I vote for March I am not a fan of FFP.Ok so my new ultralight build is being done now. A 30 Sherman. Now question is because I’m going for light weight I was set on the match 2.5-25. 23 ounces.
Well now nightforce has the nx8 2.5-20 and it’s only 5 ounces more I believe.
I like my nightforce stuff but still leaning towards March as it’s more zoom and still lighter.
What’s the thoughts from the guys here.
If you looking for Ti action screws why would you accept multiple ounces in optic!!! I really, really like the March, definitely out performs and AtacR in low light conditions by a significant amount running them side by side, like the turrets better for hunting too.
Khales and March were the only scopes that didn't have reticle shift on Ryan Pierce's scope checker during one series of testing.That was my whole thought behind the March. I love all my nightforce but weight matters on this rifle.
Plus I’m in the positions where the warranty does not bother me I’ve wasted money on stupider things in the past. Plus it’s more than likely gonna fail when I need it most on a trip of a lifetime and at that point warranty is the last thing I’m thinking about.
Zero Compromise didn't shift either and 5 of the Kahles scopes he sold had the paralax knob break last year which sucks beacause I was leaning towards a K525I but now I'm thinking the new March 5-42x56 for my 300 Norma Imp.Khales and March were the only scopes that didn't have reticle shift on Ryan Pierce's scope checker during one series of testing.