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Elite 3200 or Nikon Omega on an inline ML

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by bambam1723, Feb 27, 2010.

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  1. bambam1723

    bambam1723 Member

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    I have a CVA inline muzzleloader that I am going to use for hunting.

    I am between the Bushnell Elite 3200 or the Nikon Omega.
    Both will be 3-9x40.
    I do not want the BDC Reticle so don't take that into consideration.

    Which would you choose and why?
     
  2. blairvt

    blairvt Member

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    I have an Elite 3200 on my ML. Rainguard works
     
  3. bambam1723

    bambam1723 Member

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    Just a quick bump

    I'm looking to buy one of these this weekend so I wanna get all the input possible.
     
  4. Kernel

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    IMO you would be much better served with a lower power scope. Like a 1.75-5x32, 1-4x24, or perhaps even a non-magnified red dot scope. Proper magnification is a function of three things: target size, inherent accuracy, and maximum engagement range. Deer are huge, muzzle loaders aren’t pin point accurate, and their maximum effective range is short. Hence the desirability of lower magnification scopes, and the multitude of advantages they confer.

    That said, I think the 3200 is the better scope.
     
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  5. mikewayde

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    I have a Bushnell Elite 3200 5x15 and I really like it...
     
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