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Old 06-07-2009, 12:27 PM   #11
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The Leupold FXII 4X33 is a good scope for an AR-15. Here is my Stag Arms 3L:
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I recommend the Bushnell 4200 6-24 x 50 Model 426245T, reliable adjustments, bright, nice big turrets, check it out.
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The Leupold FXII 4X33 is a good scope for an AR-15. Here is my Stag Arms 3L:

That's a good looking piece, but you need to dump that clamshell and get a free float tube in your future additions.
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See as far as the front sight goes IDK what would be best. Do you recommend BUIS?

As far as distance goes Im pretty sure nothing over 500 yards. Would be target shooting and some varmint.

I would want both in the future as far as optics. But as of right now low power glass is what I am looking for. I also have my eyes on Aimpoint for heads up.
I would definitely recommend dumping that ramp front site and getting a set of folding BUIS. YHM and Troy Industries make some great units with Yankee Hill having the better prices.

A good, fixed power 4 or 6 power would treat you right for what you are looking at doing. As long as you aren't trying to shoot dimes at 300 yards, you don't need a real high power piece of glass. It would narrow your field of view too much and make the weapon less effective in a multiple target situation.

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I would definitely recommend dumping that ramp front site and getting a set of folding BUIS. YHM and Troy Industries make some great units with Yankee Hill having the better prices.

A good, fixed power 4 or 6 power would treat you right for what you are looking at doing. As long as you aren't trying to shoot dimes at 300 yards, you don't need a real high power piece of glass. It would narrow your field of view too much and make the weapon less effective in a multiple target situation.

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Well I wont be shooting dimes so this should work out for me. Thank you for the knowledge, also in removing the front sight does it slide off once the pins are removed or does it just come right off, dont have to do anything extra.
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Just a good old Tasco 2-6X32AOE works for these old eyes!

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Do you mind me asking why you mix black with brown.

Brown buttstock, grip, rail and vertical grip? Wasn't sure if its a desired look or just a shortage of parts. Or make it appear not as evil asa black gun lol
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Brown buttstock, grip, rail and vertical grip? Wasn't sure if its a desired look or just a shortage of parts. Or make it appear not as evil as a black gun lol
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I have a RRA Perdator and wanted to to get some opinions on glass for 100-300 yards target.Im new here so go easy on me
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Nikon 6-24x50mm SF one of the best pieces of glass out there in the SUB $600 range.
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