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Old 02-27-2011, 05:42 PM   #1
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Just got done reading a article about Luepolds mark 4 HAMR. Anyone have one or has anyone used one? Sounds great and looks great too. I like it because it eliminates the need for a magnifier for longer range shots. Really thinkin about gettin one for my recently finsihed AR build. Just dont know if I can justify a 1900 piece of glass. Then again my dad always said if you buy a good gun you had better plan on spending as much on a scope as you did on your rifle...

And he thought that I never listed to a thing he said lol.

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Old 02-27-2011, 06:25 PM   #2
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the only one I see is a $1300 4x model and a $1500 4x model with another sight on top of the scope. Not sure how that works but hey.

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It suposidly eliminates the need for say a designated scope and red dot or a red dot and a magnifier. basically a 4x with a mini dot on top. just compact and functional. i mean if your going to spend $500 on a red dot and another 2-500 on a magnifier wouldnt be much more for one of these in my eyes anyway.

I guess what im gettin at is would it be better to get one of these. or a magnifier and a red dot, or a acog and micro red dot.

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