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    Which is why I finally chose the A T N X Sight here http://bradfordstalker.co.uk/atn-x-sight-ii-hd-5-20x/ so I can get set up on rifle and not have to faff on changing from day to night .
    Anyone using this one???

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinp View Post
    Which is why I finally chose the A T N X Sight here http://bradfordstalker.co.uk/atn-x-sight-ii-hd-5-20x/ so I can get set up on rifle and not have to faff on changing from day to night .
    Anyone using this one???
    I Think terry1001 does.

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    Chose the A T N X Sight 2 HD, Now gotta learn how to use it.
    My rifle is FX Royale 400, just came back from A.S.I, Fully cleaned and serviced.



    Last edited by kevinp; 09-01-2017 at 23:45 PM.

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    Nice setup Kevin, i have a x-sight HD 5x20 on order its going on my rimfire HMR.17
    please let us know how you get on with the X-sight.
    atb brian

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    You can make yourself a top end home brew AND have a scope mounted laser range finder for less than 300

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    What about the ATN X-Sight 5-18? It's a good scope, in fact, it's one of the best ones. Although I'm not using one myself, a friend of mine does... or so I think. I'm not sure, but the one he uses is definitely an ATN. I personally don't use any IR scope but if I were to it would be this one, that's for sure. Although Yukon sounds ok as well.

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