Weaver T-36 scope...........

Discussion in 'Long Range Scopes and Other Optics' started by Guest, Mar 6, 2002.

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  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I am looking at buying a Weaver T-36 scope. I found a deal on them at $308 and it seems like a very good price. Question is... does anyone have any experience with them? It will be going on my prairie dog gun (22-.250) and I will also be doing some bench shooting with it! Any info will be greatly appreciated!

    [ 03-06-2002: Message edited by: Gunslinger ]
  2. Dan Conzo

    Dan Conzo Well-Known Member

    Dec 5, 2001
    I use the T-24 (no longer made) for bench shooting and it is excellent. A lot of others that I shoot with use the T-36 and are satisfied with them. The Bausch & Lomb Elites are quite popular too. The Weaver is clear, the tracking is good, and the parallax can be adjusted to where there's none.
  3. tulku

    tulku Well-Known Member

    Dec 9, 2005
    36X is a lot of Power for Pdogs ....

    and you will probably only be able to use it early in the morning and towards evening when the heat waves are minimal , and you will need a rock solid bench set-up . There may also be other rare weather conditions when you can use 36X . However , most guys go Pdogging in June-Aug , and it is plenty HOT ! The Weaver is a bargain at that price and tracks great . Some BenchResters use it in Competition . Even 24X is unusable most of the time if you're Varmint Hunting in the NorthEast . In S. Dakota , Montana , Wyoming etc . for most of the day , my experience has been that anything over 20X or thereabouts is iffy .
  4. silvertip-co

    silvertip-co Well-Known Member

    Jun 20, 2007
    I'd like to find a T-10 one day and a proper 308 to put under it. Next to the green model Redfield AccuTrac and the Unertl the T-10 was a premier sniper scope in the 60's. I bet the T-24 and T-36 are great too.