Bushnell Trophy red green dot


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jrfoxx
October 14, 2005, 08:15 PM
Anyone here have any experiance or opinions of this scope? I am considering putting it on a WASR-10 just foreward of the rear sight for less than 50 yds plinking, target and SD/HD

http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/templates/links/link.jsp;jsessionid=WYFFOW0AF4RY3TQSNOECCOWOCJVYWIWE?id=0015003712260a&type=product&cmCat=froogle&cm_ven=froogle&cm_cat=data_feed&cm_ite=various&rid=7510101020603&_requestid=42190&_requestid=40140

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Number 6
October 15, 2005, 08:38 PM
I just got mine in the mail yesterday, and mounted it on my SU-16. I did not get the one with the red/green option, but only the one with the red. I am probably going to take it to the range next weekend to sight it in. My initial impressions have been positive so far. All of the reviews that I read about it when I researched which red dot to get, gave this one good reviews. That being said it is no EOTECH or Aimpoint, but for the money from what I have read it's good deal. After I take mine to the range I'll let you know what I think of it then.

tc300mag1
October 15, 2005, 09:27 PM
I do but mine was on a Handgun.

on a Rifle that doesnt kick hard it should be ok

They told me it would hold up on a 454 casull say 60 Full power rounds and 300 45 colt rounds and 150 meduim 454 round well heres the Results

http://www.combatcarry.com/gallery/files//1/2/1/8/106_06921.jpg


Yes the Sope mounts were tight and are still tight Red dot still works then im gonna glue it back together and mount on 22 .

Bushnell told me i was over my warrenty and no fixy .

Rings were tight but as you can see where it carved into the tube when it slide though the Rings.


Edited for Bad keyboard leaveing out the C's

jrfoxx
October 15, 2005, 09:57 PM
Number 6-yes, please do let me know your results with it as i dont plan to buy mine until christmas.


TC300mag1-wow, thats stinks. I may reconsider and save up money for an ampoint or such. If not, hopefully i'll have better luck since i plan to put it on a wasr-10 and the recoil is pretty mild.

And thanks for the replies to both of you.

tc300mag1
October 15, 2005, 10:09 PM
It happens was wondering why i couldnt hit anything with my Std load that day :D

Burris says there red dot will hold up and Leupold Says my handgun scope says it will hold up also

Guess ill mount one or other and see if they hold up

thereisnospoon
October 16, 2005, 02:42 AM
You have a PM about a Bushnell Trophy red dot ...

Koobuh
October 16, 2005, 03:12 AM
Why do I suddenly feel the need to build a scope out of duct tape? :p

Bushnell Trophy reddots are perfectly good, I've been using one in scout position on my Mosin Nagant M44. Not a rifle known for being gentle, for what it's worth. Still holding zero after hundreds of rounds, so I'm pleased with it- especially having paid just over $60 for it (E-bay).

You should note that a Kobra scope would not cost significantly more than a Bushnell, and that piece of Russian-made goodness is considered quite good for the money. It would also be an appropriate match of rifle and scope, aesthetically.

jrfoxx
October 16, 2005, 10:16 AM
Koobuh- :) Red Green....thats good. Somehow I missed that when I posted this. Love that show. Also I am considering the Kobra.

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