Mid Priced Scopes

Daniel Garmon

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I just bought a Leupold 4x12 -42 Vari-1 Its a great scope for the price $330 and has a life time garranty , don't overlook Leupold there a very nice scope.
 

gj

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I've heard nothing but good thing about Athlon I've been wanting to look through them but no one around here carries them.
Well i cant voice my opinion about there upper end model but there cheapo version 6-24x50 STINKS, i have 2 of them by accident!
 

Newbweatherby

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I am sorry to hear that gj,but that seems to be pretty common across all brands of optics for entry level ,I've had my share untill finally I was finally able to get something I liked.
 

hazer

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I bought a swfa 6x on there black friday special. Best scope I've looked through including my steiner. Wish I'd bought 3 of them.
 

Dosh

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11, my son's pal just bought a Nikon Prostaff 7, don't recall the power. I looked through this scope and was impressed. Your 2.5X10X50 #16320 is on sale at Opitcs Planet $329.95 free shipping. There are a ton of positive posts on this forum of Nikon's great customer service. I have several Nikon scopes of various models and they all hold turret settings very well.
I posted this four years ago. Presently a Nikon scope is a crapshoot since the have reneged on their lifetime warranty and no fault warranty. They are decent scopes, but if in need of repair you're out of luck!
 

Eagel Builder

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1. Leupold 2. Burris 3. Weaver -Japan not the Phillippines models and have steel tube -El Paso but lens coating is fading. 4. Nikon - Japan.
 

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