Scope Input - Help -Advantages & Disadvantages

Discussion in 'Long Range Scopes and Other Optics' started by bowtech general, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. bowtech general

    bowtech general Member

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    I am considering getting a scope for longrange.. suggestions would be helpful..

    The new Burris Bal. Plex E1 Scope.
    Scopes - rifle scopes, handgun scopes, hunting scopes by Burris Optic

    How would it compare to scopes with turrets - such as these
    Scopes - rifle scopes, handgun scopes, hunting scopes by Burris Optics

    or this
    Optics
    or this
    Leupold || Search
    last but not least vortex
    Vortex Optics - Riflescopes

    Have been told that turrets may not always set back too zero sight in.. and have read this in an article as well..
    Any help would be greatful --- Thank You
     
  2. bowtech general

    bowtech general Member

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    500 to 1000 yds..
    Looking to put savage 300 win.. savage 7mag. savage 25-06- and 28 inch fluted stainless steel .243 Bergara barrel for T/C Encore all in 1:10 inch twist.. 300 win. 180 - 190gr -Win. silver balictic tip and hornady superformance & custom and Berger Bullets 7MAG. 168gr in same thing... - 25-06 115 to 120gr in same thing and .243 95-100gr of same thing except hornady...
    sorrry forgot t add those things..
     
  3. sendero72

    sendero72 Well-Known Member

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    A lot depends on the legal shooting times where you hunt. In my hunting zone it's one hour before sunrise and one hour after sunset! My Nightforce will do the job and a little more!
     
  4. Tikka Lover

    Tikka Lover Official LRH SPONSOR

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    You left out one very important player... Sightron SIII series. Awesome scopes with a very good price point. Me personally would go with the 6-24X everytime, nothing less and definitely exposed target turrets.