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Old 01-02-2012, 04:54 PM   #11
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Hey bud congrats on the new rifle! There a hoot to shoot. Just got myself a new remington 700 sps tactical in 308.
You should really look into vortex optics. I picked one up for mine and it is amazingly clear in all power levels and has great eye relief all the way through which I couldn't say about some of the pricier scopes they had at the store. Mine is a 3.5-10x50 crossfire which is under the 200 mark. Looked at red field scopes which were almost 100 dollars more had good clarity but the eye relief sucked as you went through the power levels. Looked a nikons which were 350+ but in my opinion didn't have as good of clarity. I'm still learning but spend a lot of time reading others reviews and what to look for. That's my best advice, figure out what you want in your optic then go from there.

And there is nothing like picking up 5 different scopes from different manufactures and comparing. Your eyes won't lie about what they like
Redfield scopes 100$ over what u paid??????? The 4x12 is only 229.90
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Might want to check out weaver v-16 very clear and excellent glass around 280.00 might what to look at one also with side parallax nice when shooting dont have to reach up over the gun good luck
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I was thinking a Weaver V10. 2-10x38mm. Put one on my Savage 110 in 7mmRM a few years ago. I like it! Is it the best scope I have, no, but it does function very well. Get good mounts and rings. I use Warne Weaver style, rock solid.
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I was thinking a Weaver V10. 2-10x38mm. Put one on my Savage 110 in 7mmRM a few years ago. I like it! Is it the best scope I have, no, but it does function very well. Get good mounts and rings. I use Warne Weaver style, rock solid.
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I recommend the vortex crossfire. They are clear and come with good warranty. They come with different ranges of zoom. If your in open country they come as high as 8-32x50. The crossfire is around $150-$300 I believe
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I'm with elk-aholic. I have a vortex crossfire 3.5-10x50 and It is very clear and has great eye relief. Highly recommend it for the money.
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I'm with elk-aholic. I have a vortex crossfire 3.5-10x50 and It is very clear and has great eye relief. Highly recommend it for the money.
The viper is a better quality vortex scope the crossfire dosent have the fully multi coated lenses which is where the good get better, multi coated means at least one exterior lense is fully coated, fully means all lenses are multi coated. Fully equals more money yes but its worth it
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