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Anyone use an IOR Valdada fixed power 10x42mm scope?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by dodging230grainers, Oct 14, 2008.

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  1. dodging230grainers

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    Good scope, good glass, good click adjustments. I'd buy one if you can get it with the MP8 reticle.
     
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    I had one of their 6x years ago. I thought I had a problem with it, turned out to be the mt. Before I figured out what the problem was I called the valdata company. Turns out the warranty was a "guy" at valdata saying his scopes never failed. I traded the scope off. After that I bought a kahles 10x that was first rate and had a "company" with a repair department. The next time I buy I'll get a leopold. Might as well put an american or two to work. :cool:
     
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    Yeah, it will be with the MP-8 reticle.

    Anyone prefer this reticle over the standard mild-dot reticle? It seems like you could effectively use holdovers for long rage shooting with the 1/2 Mil stadia lines.
     
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    Not really on the holdovers, as the first line under the cross hairs is pretty far, IIRC, like 5 mils. So if you are changing distances that far, then I guess so.
     
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