So just buy one out of a glass case and be done with it?Euclidean said:Here is the first thing I have learned about optics:
If it doesn't have to be taken out of a glass case for you to look at it, it's not a good scope.
Yeah, I was already kind of leaning to them anyway because my dad has one on his Browning and he likes it a lot. Plus from what I have read they really stand behind their warranty, and they are made here at home.RSSZ said:Any ol' scope will do-------------just as long as it's a Leupold.
I love those guns- I almost bought one instead of the 700. Maybe next time.P95Carry said:I have optics on most long arms - sometimes red dots for carbines. I must say I have ''gotten away with'' quite a few upper price range Simmons and even Tasco's - guess I have been quite lucky.
Top of list tho are Leupolds for me. I have two or three, one here is on my Ruger #1. I reckon also because I have had one or two - Bushnell, and Redfield are worth consideration.
If cash will run to it tho - a Leupold will be a great buy - see if you can find something on the auction sites - I got one which had ring marks but had supposedly seen little use - it was fine and saved me a bunch of cash.
3-9x40 is is for me a good alaround set-up. 50 object lens of course better but up goes price.
Reticle choice is another aspect with scopes. I find most acceptable - usually cross hairs but - have one with cross hairs and post - and a couple of mil dots.
No, but I did want to bump your topic to spur more conversation because I fond it interesting. And I was trying to be funny and guess I came across like a dork instead. Sorry about that.hawkeye680 said:So just buy one out of a glass case and be done with it?
Yeah, I was just returning the sarcasm bro. I can appreciate it.Euclidean said:Better answer?