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Old 06-07-2012, 04:03 AM   #261
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Not bad. But I don't think the mrs glock is gonna go for it. Especially right now being prego
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http://www.nikonhunting.com/products/riflescopes/p-223/3x32_BDC_Carbine/8496


I started a new thread. Looking for more ideas. N someone showed me this scope. Can you help me out here marlin?
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I started a new thread. Looking for more ideas. N someone showed me this scope. Can you help me out here marlin?
Its a better scope than what you had before. I have one for one of my DD and really like it but like my ACOG and Aimpoint better
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Yeah for 175 I can get the scope n mounts for it Not bad its right in my price range.

I'm sure I would too but all that is what, like a grand

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Yeah for 175 I can get the scope n mounts for it Not bad its right in my price range.

I'm sure I would too but all that is what, like a grand
Little over that your price. My price I paid a grand for both. That is a great deal mon ami. Snag up a Nikon for it then
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Little over that your price. My price I paid a grand for both. That is a great deal mon ami. Snag up a Nikon for it then
I started with a Nikon Monarch 5-20 on my AR10. Sold it to buy the one on it now. It's a move I regret every time I shoulder that rifle. Nikon is good glass, IMO.
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I started with a Nikon Monarch 5-20 on my AR10. Sold it to buy the one on it now. It's a move I regret every time I shoulder that rifle. Nikon is good glass, IMO.
Yes it is but there is alot better out there in the same price range. Burris, Weaver, and redfield come to mind.
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Yes it is but there is alot better out there in the same price range. Burris, Weaver, and redfield come to mind.
Yeah, redfield in its current manufacture wasn't available when I bought the Nikon. No experience with Burris or weaver, but I've always heard they are good.
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One day Marlin. One day I will save up enough to spend a grand on some good optics . After all this baby making.

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Yeah, redfield in its current manufacture wasn't available when I bought the Nikon. No experience with Burris or weaver, but I've always heard they are good.
All my good scopes that aren't Zeiss or swarovski are Weaver w a few Burris thrown in. I really like both brands.....especially for the price
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