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finding a red dot scope

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by sloatsoccer0204, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. sloatsoccer0204

    sloatsoccer0204 New Member

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    would a Bushnell Trophy 1x32 Riflescope Matte T Dot be considered a good scope for the 150$ price range for a .44 mag rifle
     
  2. sloatsoccer0204

    sloatsoccer0204 New Member

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  3. jojo200517

    jojo200517 Member

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    Not to be a pain but I think this should be moved to I dunno somewhere besides NFA, maybe rifle country??
     
  4. Tully M. Pick

    Tully M. Pick Member

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    This forum should probably be renamed to "NFA Firearms." The "and Accessories" portion of the title will cause more posts like the OP's over time.
     
  5. JEB

    JEB Senior Member

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    you can get cheaper red dots that will work, but if you want to spend the money on it, i would say go for it. i put one on my slug gun a couple of years ago and it has never lost zero. personally i think the T dot help when tracking moving targets. it holds up to recoil like a champ, it works under any lighting conditions that i have come across so far, doesn't wash out in bright snow, and has excellent batery life. if you dont mind shelling out the money, id say go for it!
     

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