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Old 03-07-2009, 11:31 PM   #11
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Just bought a Leupold VXIII 4.5-14X40mm LR. Part # 55265. I got it for out to 600 yards. Has the "Boone & Crocket" reticle. Cost was $537.97. Has side parallax adjustment. Uses their Ballistic Aiming System. Check out Leupolds web site and watch their traning video for their Ballistic Aiming System. Kinda cool how it works! Just a thought.
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Old 03-26-2009, 12:58 PM   #12
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Rem. 700 -- You have some serious $$$ invested in a serious rifle.

Now spend some serious scratch on a serious scope. Otherwise, you're putting snow tires on a Ferrari.
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All you need is a bushnell 3x9x40 cost 69.99 at academy best damn scope i have had and i have bought some expensive ones this dusk and dawn works great
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Old 11-27-2011, 01:07 AM   #14
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All you need is a bushnell 3x9x40 cost 69.99 at academy best damn scope i have had and i have bought some expensive ones this dusk and dawn works great
Wonder if that guy is still around after posting almost three years ago....?
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Check out this deal it's a burris and comes with a spotting scope
4.5-14x-42mm w/12-24x-50mm Spttr
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A good fixed power would be a weaver 36x there are also some good Bushnell elite scopes they are built by Bausch&Lomb Sightron has some good scopes too all have good glass
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I bought a couple of BSA 3.5x10 x 50 Illuminated scopes for my Win 243 & for my 22/250 rifles.? got them at Midway USA for apx $100.00 bucks & they are fantastic, nice & clear etc. I bought the flip up covers for them also.? Check out the BSA scopes you will not be disappointed.?
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i have the same gun and i put a Nikon Prostaff 3-9x 40mm scope on it for $160. clear, holds zero well, and won't break the bank. it also has a lifetime guarantee that is pretty good. if it ever malfunctions for any reason, ever, i can send it back and get it repaired/replaced, no receipt required.

for the money it's a great deal.

i posted some targets i shot with this gun in the range report section. (here is the thread)
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Old 01-20-2012, 04:05 AM   #19
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Rem. 700 -- You have some serious $$$ invested in a serious rifle.

Now spend some serious scratch on a serious scope. Otherwise, you're putting snow tires on a Ferrari.
There u have it. Cheap optics are just cheap optics, spend less to spend more?? Buy a good quality scope leupold, not the vx1 or the rifleman, the coatings on the glass are the bottom edge, also they are friction not click adjust, or a ziess the conquest is awesome, or spring for a swarovski, leave the cheap optics on cheap rimfires
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Old 01-20-2012, 07:16 PM   #20
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2nd that Mulie----cheap is cheap. Go for Leupold VX 3 or maybe even NF NXS.
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