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Cabelas has sale std 10/22 w/ 3x9 pine ridgescope

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by HOWARD J, Mar 19, 2010.

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  1. HOWARD J

    HOWARD J Member

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    $240.00-----does this sound any good ?????????????
     
  2. benzy2

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    Its ok. This may sound harsh but that scope is junk. I worked for Cabela's for a while and nobody who spent any time around the scope department would touch their pine ridge line. The Alaskan Guide line is a good value for the money but the pine ridge line is built as cheap as a scope can be made. Honestly Cabela's has a lot of stuff built to a price point, rather than to a quality point. It used to be the other way around but anymore the name Cabela's mainly means cheap import.

    I would personally look for that same rifle without a scope and save whatever the difference may be. I'm not current on what the standard 10/22 costs and if it is real close to $240 anyways that scope will at least get you a bit of range time. Long term though most people will find it mediocre and want to replace it.

    So I suggest you look for it without the scope.
     
  3. Uncle Mike

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    +1 benzy...
     
  4. bogus mcall

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    I have a 2x7x32 pineridge on my 11/87 shotgun and am very happy with it.It has been on there for about 5 years and has kept its zero. I have shot probably 600-700 slugs and about 300 3" mag turkey loads through it and it keeps on going.Maybe i just got lucky with this one. But i agree that you usually get what you pay for in scopes. I say buy it and try it out, if its good great. If it not your not going to be out much.
     
  5. shootr

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    I bought that same package a few months back and have been pleasantly surprised with the scope as well as the rifle. The rifle shoots better than I expected and the scope holds its zero so far. For a plinker .22, the scope is fine.

    In general, I don't buy cheap scopes and wouldn't buy this one on its own, but as well as it's working, I'll keep it until it breaks. Hope that helps!
     
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