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SCOPES

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by ukphil, Feb 11, 2007.

  1. ukphil

    ukphil Newbie

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    whats the best scopes for hunting ( bushnell trophy,3x9-40 )
    ( hawk Air max 6-18x44 AO MIL DOT ) ( Premier Swift 2x7x40 )
    up to 30 yds
     
  2. Fog

    Fog Engaging Member

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    All good. Just preferance....Try before you buy.....
    I know i keep mentioning it but if you can with scopes do it.
    You can try in a shop walk away and get it cheaper on the web.
    The scopes you said are all much the same. Do not get bogged down in to much spec this spec that:)
     
  3. Zircon

    Zircon Member

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    I have a BSA Jaguar 3-12x56 IR mildot and thats perfect as clear as day even in low light conditions, you should check it out around £150 mark. :)
     
  4. halight

    halight Busy Member

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    I think its all down to what you like and at what sort of distance you shoot at.

    But if you can as fog said try before you buy
     

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