Another Scout Scope question...


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bullockcm
January 18, 2008, 07:18 PM
Been a lot of these lately but... I am looking at a Bushnell ELITE 3200 2-6X32, Bushnell claims it has a constant 20" of eye relief both on the website and over the phone(talked to a lady who probably has never looked through a scope:banghead:) anyway after doing some more research I suspect by constant eye relief they mean 20" will work for all powers since eye relief changes more significantly with power on hand scopes. I have also been looking at Burris and they list the full range of eye relief on the lowest and highest power, does anyone either know or know where to find similar info for the Bushnell?

I was able to handle a used Bushnell Trophy 2-6X32 which they claim to have 18" of constant eye relief. From what I could tell it had usable eye relief on all powers from around 10" - to as far as my arms would reach. I am wondering if the Elite is basically the same, which would work for what I want. I would have bought the Trophy but Bushnell only honors the warranty to the original purchaser, plus the shop wanted almost as much for the used scope as they did for a new one...

Thanks for the help.

cmb

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