Time to buy Long Range Scope

EDDIE POPE

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My Rifle is being built, now it is time to select the scope. Looks like I have 2 choices if I want Bullet Comp. and Wind Dope on the turret. Those two would be Huskemaw and Greybull's Leupold. How do they compare? The big thing I see is one is made by a company that has been around a long time and the other one no one is sure who makes it. I do like the power range on the Huskemaw. Is there any advantage of the 20 power over the 14 power. I posted this on another web site but I guess they do not like comparisons.


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Ernie

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My Rifle is being built, now it is time to select the scope. Looks like I have 2 choices if I want Bullet Comp. and Wind Dope on the turret. Those two would be Huskemaw and Greybull's Leupold. How do they compare? The big thing I see is one is made by a company that has been around a long time and the other one no one is sure who makes it. I do like the power range on the Huskemaw. Is there any advantage of the 20 power over the 14 power. I posted this on another web site but I guess they do not like comparisons.


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For me, I like the higher magnification, when I want to use it. My scopes do a lot of crossover work, 1,000 yard matches, prairie dog shooting, tactical or field matches here and there. So the 20x is definitely an advantage for me. If I have time in the field, even when hunting I may use more than 14x.
Also, I have used 4.5x14 Leupolds for hunting and they are a great scope.
 

CS T

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I can’t say anything about the Huskemaw I have not used one I know guys that have. As for Leupold it is hard to go work with a Leupold; I myself use a lot of Leupold.

Mike @ CS TACTICAL.com
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