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|06-09-2020 01:10 AM|
|Priotosh||Vortex Optics Crossfire II 3-9×50 SFP & Vortex Optics Crossfire II 6-18x SFP both are good at your range. But I personal suggest you to just a little high your badge.|
|01-15-2020 08:37 PM|
|Lockwood||Very useful info.|
|11-27-2019 12:30 PM|
|Paul Blair||I would suggest the Nikon Pro-staff 3-9x40, I think is one of the most popular for your hunting.|
|11-18-2018 11:36 AM|
|randman||Loving this thread! indeed|
|09-15-2018 12:21 AM|
|model 70 man||I have two Meopta scopes on my 308 and 7mm-08 ,very good glass .|
|04-04-2018 09:39 AM|
Originally Posted by James1979 View Post
|03-16-2018 08:46 AM|
I have Vortex Optics Strike Eagle 1 6x Scope AR-BDC Reticle (MOA) SE-1624-1. |
This is a high end scope and it is very durable with 2 layers of glass on the reticle
|09-03-2013 04:41 PM|
Turner makes alot of sense....
The only thing that I noticed when I switched me Leopold 2.5x8 VXIII for a Leopold 1.5x5 VXIII was it was not as easy to group a real small cluster at 100 yards. I did like the larger field of view and additional eye relief. That was a hunting rifle and I loved the 1.5x5 on it.
|08-28-2013 07:40 PM|
Gee, lots of opinions here. I bought and used a lot of cheap scopes for years. I am now over that, done with that for any serious hunting rifles I now own. At the ranges you mention (under 100 yards should some who never bothered to take note) a quality scope in 1-4 or 2-7 will fill your bill the best. I think I know, owning about 35-40 big game rifles so topped. |
At the lowest end of quality lies the Nikon Prostaff 2-7x32; a fine scope and will make you smile 99% of the time. Better.... a 2-7x33 Leupold VX1 and also a 2-7x35 Burris FFII. I might know, I own them all.
Mt best recommendation.... do NOT get a 3-9x40 of any make or kind, you DO NOT NEED IT!! The lower powered scopes I mentioned are better choices (MORE FOV) and lower priced than are the higher powered quality scopes some mentioned.
My choice ...... a quality 1-4x20 for your needs, but I tire of listening to those who DO NOT OWN a QUALITY scope of that type. So, get a 2-7 of medium objective size AND of good quality and kill you some deer!!
|08-24-2013 10:32 PM|
|Rozman62||Given your short ranges I would recommend a fixed power scope. A 3 x 9 is too much glass for your application. Nikon scopes deliver the goods.|
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