Rifle Scope


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Nov 26, 2001
Jackson, Wyoming
I want to use a 4x16 scope on my .270, I currently have a Burris signature 4x16 but think it is to long and heavy for a carry gun. I will limit my shots to 700-800 yards. I also want target turrets and a adjustable objective. Does anyone have any thoughts on the Sightron. I hear it uses the same glass as a Leupold and would like to try one, maily for cost concerns. Other scopes such as Nikon, simmons that have repeatable clicks would also be considered. Sorry for the long length of the post and thanks in advance.


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