2 leupold, 2 Redfield, 3 weatherby, 2-Tasco, a bosh & lomb (spelling)? Could be something under the bed or closet???? I've never had a major scope problem, fogging on the cheaper models though and there are good products to help in that area.
There is a place for every scope out there, just have to do your homework and figure your price range. You will find where tasco fits in that group. I have a Tasco pronghorn model that sits on my TC firehawk. I can't remember the price 79.99-99.99 and that was several years ago. Oops, found one more Tasco a world class model on a Rem 700 I think these ran like 129.00 or close to that. IF I was really rich, I would have Swarovski , Leica, Zeiss scopes, however, I'm just a working man.
I use bushnel on all mine but if I had a bigger pocket they wood all be Nikon hands down the best of the best top of the line next would be the leupold and they are right there with Nikon. but like I said if my pocket was bigger:yes:
Bushnel, Simmons, Tasco, Barska red dot, Nikon, leupold & Burris, and I'm sure i'm missing a few other brands that I've used.
I agree with you "on_the_fly" nikon is an awesome scope BUT If money were no object
there are several scopes in the Trijicon Scope line that I'd like to own. :whistling:
Now if I could have only one scope and price doesn't matter, Swarovski wins hands down. I have not seen better optics anywhere, their quality is simply outstanding. Does anyone know who makes Weatherby supreme scopes? They seem to be of pretty good quality but i don't know who makes them? The rifles came with the 3X9X44 scopes as a package. I would appreciate any info you might have. Thanks HM
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