Newbi and some scope recomendations?

isu600rr

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Hi I have read many of the threads on here about scopes, and well i also need help deciding what kind of scope that I should get,

Im looking for some things between $$0.00-600.00
i would like to have something around 2-24 power no less than 16
w target turrets and Mill or MOA
its on a savage fcp-k 300 wm for target most of the time and some hunting
 

mopar440

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probly need to know what your max range you plan on shooting will be need to decide what magnifcation range to be in 4-16 or 6-24 are common more exspensive scopes have bigger ranges like bushnell 6500
 

jwp475

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The Bushnell 4200 Elite scopes are very good in the optical department and are easy on the wallet. I do nto recomend 24 power variables in the inexpensive models, because resolution is more important than power IMHO and experience.
 

K7sparky

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Look at the Hawke Sidewinder. In your $ range. IR red & green, Tac locking turrets inc AO. Free BC program. 30MM tube. Lifetime warranty. I just got a 30 SF 6-24 X56 with the SR pro reticule - it is on a 308 Rem 700 HBBL free float, pillar bed. WOW!! Almost total dark and can shoot 300 yd targets no problem.

How much longer will glass be anything but a nitch market? The Tackpoint started the end and when Remington brought out a limited product with it (yea @#$#@@ expensive) was the first nail,

IMHO 5 to 10 max years the camera type scopes will rule the market and be dirt cheap. The camera chips are already a mature product probably $0.50 in manufacturing quantities.

Think about it. Film camera? I doubt if you can get a good SLR new one. Same revolution has started in scopes.
 

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