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Which scope ????

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Rich H, Dec 1, 2015.

  1. Rich H

    Rich H Member

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    Just in process of purchasing weihracuh hw100 which scope would you recommend?? Thanks in advance
     
  2. Dynamite

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    depends what you're using it for bud..and your budget!
    I've had a genesis 5-20x50 on mine...and it killed the gun, far too big.
    my bushnell elite 2.5-16x42 was a good all rounder but a bit more expensive.
    Currently I've got a 6x38 weaver on it...and I love it, being lightweight and works well.
     
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    Mtc viper connect or hawke panorama. Have used both of these scopes on my 100 and they both suit well. KB1
     
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    I use a Hawke AirMax on mine lovely to use
     
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    I've use a hawke vantage 3-9x50 AO IR on my hw100. Cost about £80 from eBay with the mounts. Really good scope.
     
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    hawke panorama ..... countryways on here will do a good deal on em
     
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    Another vote from me for the Panorama, cracking scopes for the money!
     
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    I've got a Mamba Lite on mine in BKL mounts.
    Suits me.

    Chris
     
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    What are you going to use it for
     
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    That's 2 for the mamba lite !
     
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    Another one with a Panorama here.
     
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    Hawke air max ev 3x9x50 very good gor the cash
     
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    hawke panorama for me
     
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    I can't recommend the MTC Viper connect enough, it's a great scope and I have one on my HW100, however I know it's a marmite scope and may not suit all, but on my springers I have Hawke Varmints/Vantage scope with side focus, a cracking scope.
     
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    Hi, thanks for all your replies. The scope will be used for a bit of target shooting at local club, nothing serious, and also a bit of hunting, odd rabbit. Price range around £150 ish
     
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    the panorama will be perfect then .... and about 50 sheets left over for a set of bkl mounts !
     

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