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Old 12-30-2011, 06:36 AM   #11
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Did you try looking on cheaper than dirt or amazon? They have some great products really cheap too.
Is look on cheaper ten dirt, but I'm not even sure if they ship to Canada, even then I'd probaly be paying the same as if I just bought I here after shipping.
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Did you try looking on cheaper than dirt or amazon? They have some great products really cheap too.
I second both of those, the only places I can find a product cheaper than on one of those two sites... is on the other.
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Is look on cheaper ten dirt, but I'm not even sure if they ship to Canada, even then I'd probaly be paying the same as if I just bought I here after shipping.
I would definetly check out amazon.com then. They are world wide and i kniw shipping is very cheap becuase they dont have a set warehouse it all cones fron diferent locations so just find a dealer on the site either in canada or very close to it.
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I would definetly check out amazon.com then. They are world wide and i kniw shipping is very cheap becuase they dont have a set warehouse it all cones fron diferent locations so just find a dealer on the site either in canada or very close to it.
I might do that, but because my hours at work got cut because of budget cuts (even though no one else's hours seems to of been Hirt?) I'll be a little low on money.
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Did you try looking on cheaper than dirt or amazon? They have some great products really cheap too.
kaido is in canada. they probably can't ship items north of the border due to restrictions on export items involving guns and gun related items. he will most likely have to source it through whatever he can find locally.
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kaido is in canada. they probably can't ship items north of the border due to restrictions on export items involving guns and gun related items. he will most likely have to source it through whatever he can find locally.
That's what I've been trying to do with everything. Some stuff seems to be pretty exapensive though. Found a scope in a gun shop for 95$ and then on this whole sale site I found one for 60$....think I'm only going to that gun shop for ammunition for things Walmart doesn't carry.
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I have yet to run into a TASCO that would maintain Zero after a few years.
They truly SUCK.

Watch for the "After Hunting Season" scope sales at Walmart.
I picked up a bunch of BSA scopes for $12 each two years ago

I'm also fond of Center Point scopes. Inexpensive, yet solid.
Just be careful if you get a Locking Adjuster model...
you absolutely MUST Unlock the adjuster before moving it...or you will break the adjuster and it won't hold zero.
It works like its supposed to, but a lot of folks (idiots) aren't used to 'em, and don't unlock 'em before making a move...
which causes all sorts of issues for the dumb
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I have yet to run into a TASCO that would maintain Zero after a few years.
They truly SUCK.

Watch for the "After Hunting Season" scope sales at Walmart.
I picked up a bunch of BSA scopes for $12 each two years ago

I'm also fond of Center Point scopes. Inexpensive, yet solid.
Just be careful if you get a Locking Adjuster model...
you absolutely MUST Unlock the adjuster before moving it...or you will break the adjuster and it won't hold zero.
It works like its supposed to, but a lot of folks (idiots) aren't used to 'em, and don't unlock 'em before making a move...
which causes all sorts of issues for the dumb
If I get 3 years of use plinking with my tasco then I'd say I got my 19 dollars worth. Just saying
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I have yet to run into a TASCO that would maintain Zero after a few years.
They truly SUCK.

Watch for the "After Hunting Season" scope sales at Walmart.
I picked up a bunch of BSA scopes for $12 each two years ago

I'm also fond of Center Point scopes. Inexpensive, yet solid.
Just be careful if you get a Locking Adjuster model...
you absolutely MUST Unlock the adjuster before moving it...or you will break the adjuster and it won't hold zero.
It works like its supposed to, but a lot of folks (idiots) aren't used to 'em, and don't unlock 'em before making a move...
which causes all sorts of issues for the dumb
I dont know how much you can expect from a scope that costs the same as a big mac meal. I get my moneys worth out of them.
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John + strong kind of have a good point. I wouldn't expect a cheaper scope to last me years while holding zero. So long as it held zero and had to be adjusted every couple o months I'd be happy.

Now it I had a $100+ scope and it wouldn't hold a zero after the first couple of times out, then I would be pretty upset.
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