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Old 02-05-2010, 01:28 AM   #61
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Gawd...suh-weet!!! What scopes are those?
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Gawd...suh-weet!!! What scopes are those?
Those are Weaver Classic V24 6-24x42 scopes. The mounts are Burris P.E.P.R. one peice units.
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Those are Weaver Classic V24 6-24x42 scopes. The mounts are Burris P.E.P.R. one peice units.
Wow, you like that scope enough to buy two... now I'm interested (after finding out how frickin big the Millet I wanted is)

So what are the pros and cons of the Weaver?
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Weaver is owned by Mead Optical. Mead makes good quality telescopes and microscopes. So they know how to get and use good glass.

I like weavers a lot I have a KT-15 on a 22lr. It was the starter scope on my 223 remmy.

Weavers are great scopes for the price. In the range they are you can't much better.

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Wow, you like that scope enough to buy two... now I'm interested (after finding out how frickin big the Millet I wanted is)

So what are the pros and cons of the Weaver?
To be honest I can't think of any cons but the pro's in my opinion are that the scope has a bright sight picture that is crisp and clear, it retains zero, it is very sturdily built and it can be gotten with several different recticles. I bought mine with a dedicated 55 grain .223 Mil Dot recticle. When you consider that it a high quality optic the price is actually rather inexpensive. I got mine from SWFA for $350.00
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I have only 2 ar15's

new-gun.jpg   ar15-varmint.jpg  
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wow.how do you get the pic to be smaller. or are my pics just really freaking big on my page?

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Go here, Dr. Pic.

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Upload your photo, resize (should be no larger than 550 pixels wide) and save back to your computer.
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