Discussion in 'Long Gun Accessories and Optics' started by d2wing, Mar 30, 2019.
My normal procedure is lowest magnification setting, dark room, and pointed into a lighted space. That gives maximum contrast between crosshairs and background. Then of course loosen the lock ring and adjust the focus knob.
Not sure which “focus” you were referring to but that would be both explained best I know.
I've bought several entry level Leupold 3 - 9's over the years for my kids when they started hunting, and think that they are better than the current crop at the bottom of their product line. I suspect that they are striving to be price competitive and have sacrificed some quality to do so. You still can't beat the warranty and I like to support American companies as best I can.
Ya, Kaspa is their lowest tier line I believe. That being said, I have one of the 2.5-10x Kaspa Tacticals on my Savage 10 and man am I impressed for the price. I got mine on sale at NatchezSS.
Really. They just came out with some new models. I know they are trying to sell off Savage Arms but I didn't find that info about Weaver scopes.
This is a copy of an Email a friend just received from Weaver after inquiring about the T-24.
Weaver has ceased production of optical products and is only making scope mounts and accessories at this time. Questions on optics production should be directed to Bushnell Optics.
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