Normally, I don't seek opinions about optics, especially rifle scopes in as much as I personally own quite a few of various flavors but, I kieep reading very favorable reviews about the Weaver Kaspa line so I'm patently curious. I don't consider Weaver to be a high quality optic, especially considering the asking price (Kaspa's are anywhere from a buck and a half to three bucks depending on magnification and and illumination options but most of the line comes in a 30mm tube ad has adjustable side parallelax and from what I read, they shoot the box respectably and the glass is supposedly quite clear and the reticles sharp and defined. The reason I'm asking is I'm about to set up a Savage 11 in 308 for a friend for primarily Michigan whitetail hunting. I already have the rifle minus a scope and I want to get him a resonable optic for less than 250 yards at a price that won't break his wallet. He's retired. I'd hang a Vortex 4-16 PST in MOA-MOA or a NF on it but the Kaspa's are so much less expensive but do they measure up? As a rule, optics in this price range have seroius shortcomings. Do they and if they do, what are they? I'm curiious.