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Simmons pro ft?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by omega1987, Mar 1, 2006.

  1. omega1987

    omega1987 Newbie

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    Hi, I’m thinking of buying a Simmons pro ft 6.5-29x44 scope for hunting & hft dose anyone on here own/used one? What’s the range finding like? The reason I like it is because I think it’s quite smart looking and apparently it’s really good at range finding but I’m not sure it will be that accurate at only 20 mag. Any info much appreciated thanks.
     
  2. Murphy

    Murphy Well-Known Member

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    Do you mean a mag44 6.5-20x44 ????
    Never heard of simmons pro ft.
    Not a 6.5 to 29 !!!
     
  3. omega1987

    omega1987 Newbie

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    Sorry it’s a typo, it’s on Blackpool air rifles web page as the pro ft 6.5-20x44
     
  4. jayboy

    jayboy Newbie

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    Don't get the mildot version they look like footballs, very clear optics, but I didn't find it that good for rangefinding. They are for sale in the states at about $90 if you don't mind paying the postage and customs...
    Simmons are also about to start supplying the master series of scopes if you can wait 6.5-20x44, ar 6-24x44, but with sidewheel focus.....

    Jay
     

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