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Old 01-11-2013, 07:32 PM   #11
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I'm wanting a picatinny mount for a Zastava m70 Mauser .308. Anybody?
If your Zavasta action is based off a Mauser 98 action,this should work. They also have them in a 20moa base if you need it.

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/364040/egw-1-piece-picatinny-style-base-mauser-98-matte
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Old 01-12-2013, 03:30 AM   #12
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You've a good selection of scopes, but personally for the shooting distance you've mentioned I'd prefer a higher power scope.

Noticed the Grand Slam Weaver on your list....own a few Weavers myself that are all quite good scopes. FWIW you might want to consider a Nitrex TR1 instead of the Grand Slam. The Nitrex line was owned by same company that owns Weaver. Nitrex TR1s are basically Grand Slams, having same optics, internals and made in same Japanese plant. Nitrex line was discontinued, but its life time warranty is handled by Weaver. You can get a Nitrex TR1 in power range you wanted for $130 plus shipping here.

http://www.natchezss.com/product.cfm?contentID=productDetail&brand=WE&prodI D=WE94569&prodTitle=Nitrex TR One 3-10x50mm Rifle Scope Matte Finish TrexPlex Reticle

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Old 01-12-2013, 04:41 PM   #13
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Vortex viper 5-15x44 mil mil riflescope, midway exclusive. I have this scope on my 308 and its amazing. I shoot anywhere from paper at 100 to steel at 1000, with no complaints. Glass is clear, turrets function perfectly, holds zero, and you can't beat their VIP warranty



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Vortex viper 5-15x44 mil mil riflescope, midway exclusive. I have this scope on my 308 and its amazing. I shoot anywhere from paper at 100 to steel at 1000, with no complaints. Glass is clear, turrets function perfectly, holds zero, and you can't beat their VIP warranty
Ccrow175, I like your setup and was planning on building a 700 sps varmint. I will be getting one this Saturday if all goes well. I'm also looking at scopes and had gotten stuck on leupold and vortex. I looked on joeboboutfitters.com and they have a similar scope as yours. I'm going to a gun show so hopefully I can find a vortex there. I am looking for mil dot exclusively. Is that a short throw bolt? My friend has one on his browning 30.06. It makes a big difference. Sweet setup.
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The bolt is actually just a krg bolt lift kit. You can't for wrong with the vortex. The midway one has all the features you could ask for with a great price

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Thanks. I am excited.

Ill look into that.

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I would suggest taking a hard look at the Nikon Monarch in 2.5-10X42
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the hawke sidewinders are pretty nice.

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