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Weaver rifle scopes....

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by mach1.3, Jan 27, 2013.

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  1. mach1.3

    mach1.3 Member

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    Are they good quality scopes? I have three scopes mounted on three different rifles. I have not been able to shoot any of these rifles for approx. 10 yrs. The optics are clear not foggy.

    1. Remington 600 6mm with VR ---Weaver K6-1
    2. Remington 700BDL .22-250-----Weaver K4-W
    3. Custom Mauser .257 Roberts----Weaver V7--El Paso, Tx

    I am considering a replacement scope for the .22-250 if only for the increased magnification~12x or more. Any suggestions on my replacement?
     
  2. Hunterdad

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    I have 3 weavers scopes . One on a shotgun, one on a rifle and one on a handgun. All have been 100% for me.
     
  3. WaywardSon

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    I have several Weaver scopes, mostly the lower power K series as I like them on lever guns. Some are probably over 20 yrs. old & none have ever given any trouble. I like 'em.
     
  4. PaperPlateTargets

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    When ATK acquired Weaver back from Mead Optics a few years back, they did a nice job. Good quality, made in Japan. They've also added a few more lines since (from other countries), lower end, different price point , different quality obviously.
     
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