Best scope under 3 bills

Discussion in 'Gun Talk' started by Aggro, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. Aggro

    Aggro Keepin my pimp hand strong!

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    Looking for something in the 4-16 variable range. There are so many. Nikon Buckmaster, Leupold , Bushnell , Vortex Diamondback series, and lastly the Redfield scopes? I seriously need to upgrade the scope on the win mag as I ain't losing a shot at another Deer due to light. I made due with a cheap scope for a while but time to upgrade.
     
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    okie man I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    For my 300wm, I really like my Burris fullfield II 4.5-14x42 with the E1 reticle. I got it for $315 shipped after some searching. They retail for around 350, but you can find them cheaper. It's really nice.

    I also own 3 nikon buckmasters. 4.5-14x40, 4-12x50, 6-18x40. I really like those scopes and use them all for precision hunting (rock chucks). I get mine on eBay, used, for around 200-250 shipped.

    I would highly recommend all those.
     
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    el Toro I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I just saw today that the Zeiss Conquests were on a dirt cheap sale at Cabelas. A little more than $300, but damn good for the money.

    With scopes, I've had good luck with anything and everything Leupold, Burris Fullfield II, Zeiss Conquest, and the higher end Weavers like the World Class/Grand Slam.
     
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    Who makes the Cabelas or other makes house scopes? Is the lighted reticle the way to go? This is all fancy shit to me. Too much old school I guess :D Thanks for the replies fellas.
     
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    Hard to beat Nikon in that price range.
     
  7. blowboater

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    I'm an amateur. But I can tell you that I can see thru my Nikon at night better than I can see with the naked eye (not me naked - just my eyes). The other stuff mentioned I have used/played with - but I could shoot at night with my Nikon.

    I don't know for certain on the scopes but anything with glass by Zeiss I would trust. My nikon might even have zeiss glass. I should check.
     

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