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Who makes a great 2-7x scope for 500 ish

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Rustle in the bushes, Oct 27, 2012.

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  1. Rustle in the bushes

    Rustle in the bushes Member

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    Im fixing to put one of these on my m1a zombie/deer rifle. Close enough for the zombies and enough range for deer- should be great as I'm into practicing offhand and wont be doing much long range stuff.

    Im a scope newb so no clue here...opinions welcome!
     
  2. ColtPythonElite

    ColtPythonElite Member

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    Leupold makes great ones for less $$.
     
  3. Rustle in the bushes

    Rustle in the bushes Member

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    thanks mate Ill look into that.

    Im shocked at how ignored the lowly 2-7 is!
     
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    With a $500 budget I'd look hard at a $479, VX-3 2.5-8X36. Close enough and my favorite all around scope. For $300 the VX-2 2-7 is the best bet.

    The Vortex and Burris scopes are good scopes, but not in the same league. If you had a $200 budget they would be an option. Just be aware that the Burris has 1/2 MOA clicks instead of the usual 1/4 MOA. The Vortex is quite heavy, which sorta defeats the purpose of a small scope.
     
  6. viking499

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    Nikon makes a good scope for the money. Redfield is good too for the money.
     
  7. click clack

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    +1 Leupold.. Redfield's not bad though
     
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