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new scope, great price

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by BigFatKen, Dec 22, 2006.

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  1. BigFatKen

    BigFatKen Member

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    I'm looking at this:
    http://www.cdnninvestments.com/redil31dupre1.html

    I want better near dark resolution

    Brand New • Redfield Illuminator ™ •Fully MultiCoated Optics • Low-Profile EyePiece Design • Camera Quality Glass • Rugged 1-Piece Construction • 1/4" MOA • Fingertip Adjustments • High Resolution and Contrast • High Light Transmission • Waterproof • FogProof • Shockproof • MSRP $719.95!! Made In Japan's Best Optics Plant!



    RED800623 $199.99

    P.O. Box 6514 • Abilene, Texas 79608 • Telephone 800-588-9500 • Fax 325-695-4898

    However, I have been getting sun in my scope at my deer stand in late afternoons. I made a dorky cardboard sunscreen. What to do?
     
  2. BigFatKen

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    Has anyone used a cardboard suncreen?

    I would like a new scope that is threaded for an aluminum sunscreen like or similar to the one I posted on the first page.
     
  3. Eyesac

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    Wow, that looks like a good deal! Wonder what's wrong?:uhoh:
     
  4. BigFatKen

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    That's what I said but they have some great deals. I was hopeing someone could tell me if it has threads for a sun screen.

    I'm afraid if I call them, they'll talk me into something I don't want.

    I certainly don't need this. It just is better the Bushnell Banner I have.
     
  5. BigFatKen

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    I ordered it

    I'll see if it fits my Ruger standard rings without the bell hitting the barrel.
     
  6. BigFatKen

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    arrived today

    Can't complain about the delivery time.
     
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    what are your first thoughts on opening the box looks, packaging, etc?
     
  8. BigFatKen

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    It is perfect.
     
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    How is it adjusting, does it click-adjust?
     
  10. BigFatKen

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    It clicks. It has a rectangle to grab with two "OO" size phillips screw heads which I'm guesing accept some kind of knobs.

    The min. focus on even 8 is quite long. Its for longer ranges than I thought. It is however, far and away, the clearest scope I have ever looked throught.

    TV view which I will get used to, I guess
     
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