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6.5-20x50mm Scope: Burris fullfield II Tactical-$454 vs Leupold Mark 4-$1200

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Will Learn, Dec 23, 2007.

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  1. Will Learn

    Will Learn Member

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    I'm looking for 6.5-20x50mm scope and am looking for some opinions. I know the Leupold is probably superior, but is it $746 better? I've heard good things about Burris products and they have a "forever" warranty so if anything ever went wrong with it I could send it back to them.

    What would I be gaining by going with the Leupold? Does anyone have experience with Burris warranty services? If anyone could offer anymore affordable options with target knobs/Mildot and similar magnification I would appreciate it. I'm on a budget at the moment so any money I could save would help.
     
  2. MAX100

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    Take a look at the Millett Tactical TRS Scope 30mm Tube 4-16x 50mm Side Focus Illuminated Mil-Dot Reticle scope it is as good or better than the Fullfield II scope. It has over 100 moa of vertical and horizontal adj. It comes with a Lifetime replacement Guarantee and Millett has excellent customer service. I have one and love it. The reviews on Midway USA is excellent.


    Millett Tactical Scope Link:
    http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpage.exe/showproduct?saleitemid=740823&t=11082005




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  3. retrieverman

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    For a 6.5-20x50mm scope, I went with a Zeiss Conquest. It would be worth your look.
     
  4. Strongbad

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    I'm a big fan of Burris, and wouldn't hesitate on one, but another in that price range that I shot recently was a Nikon tactical. The friend of mine who owns it paid a smidge over $500 for it and it's a slick little scope, with a couple different sets of knobs depending on your preference.
     
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