Premier reticle 14.5-35X LR convirsion


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Jun 12, 2003
Does anybody have one of these? What are your impressions? How much brightness did you lose,substantial? I have a brand new silver 6.5-20 LR sitting around that I was thinking about convirting.


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Mar 17, 2002
I have a 20x50x50 LRT Premier scope and like it a lot. Very clear lots of power I shoot it a lot at 50x in 1000 yard BR and 1 mile shoots and have hunted with it. I would not think of it as a low light scope like a swarovski 2.5x10x56.
Crow Mag


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Jul 8, 2003
Central PA
I also have a 20-50x--used it at about 40x on my 6.5-284 to take the doe that i am posting in the LRH section (once i post this)

I use it at full power in 500-1000yd BR matches--i can see holes in white paper easily to at least 500M

havent shot past 1K with it, but I do love my 50X


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