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Sako M995 .300 win mag- Pentax Lightseeker 3-11×44(hunting rifle) very bright, clear scope. Very durable, has been zeroed 1 time in 8 years.
Savage Mark ii FV-SR- Athlon Argos btr 6-24x50 fabulous scope

Kahles 8x42 binos- extremely bright, clear optics. A true gem for less than $800.
 

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Scope: Bushnell Elite Tactical LRS 6-24x50
MSRP: $999.99
Gun you use it on: Remington 700 .308
Style of Shooting: Precision
Pros: Clear Glass, holds zero.
Cons: I have not experienced any
 

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Help! I have a K-98 that has Luepold mounts and Rings. My problem is I wanted to put something a little bit better than my 60 year old 30 mm objective lens Herter's but I cant find a 30 mm main tube longer than 6 inches on a 40 mm objective lens. The distance from the front of the front scope ring and the back of the rear scope ring is just under six inches. The upper handguard on the rifle is custom and I don't want to change it, so that means I am restricted to a 40mm objective lens. Does anyone know of a scope that will solve my problem? Thanks
 

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Scope: Arken Optics 4-16x50 FFP MIL
MSRP: $399
Gun you use it on: Diamondback AR .308
Style of Shooting: bench, L/R, prone, hunting
Pros: Great glass, tons of travel, tracking guarantee, easy zero stop, lifetime warranty.
Cons: None so far


Scope: Arken Optics 6-24x50 FFP MIL
MSRP: $449
Gun you use it on: Savage 10FCP 6.5CM
Style of Shooting: bench, L/R, prone, hunting
Pros: Great glass, tons of travel, tracking guarantee, easy zero stop, lifetime warranty.
Cons: None so far

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Rifle: AR 10 frankengun, 6.5 Creedmoor.
Glass: Nightforce SHV 3-10 mil
Shooting: long range, bench, prone
Pros: clear glass, solid tracking, rugged.
Cons: no illumination

Rifle: AR 15, 14.5” with mainly Geissele and BCM parts
Glass: Vortex Viper 1-6 gen 2
Shooting: from CQB training to practical (minute of chest) static shooting out to 400 yards.
Pros: simple yet useful reticle, very bright red dot, decent glass.
Cons: it’s not a NX8. Heavy. It’s not a NX8

Rifle: Ruger precision rimfire
Glass : Arken 6-24 mil
Shooting: bench only, strictly to maintain fundamentals
Pros: lots of adjustments, great turrets, zero stop.
Cons: some chromat aberation at higher mags, reticle is too thin at 6-9x
Others: Aimpoint comp M4 on an AR15 18” build.
Aimpoint PRO on a 16” AR 15 Bravo company
Aimpoint T2 on a 9.5” 300 Blackout pistol build
 

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Scope: Vortex Viper PST II 5-25x50
MSRP: $1099.99
Gun you use it on: Tikka T3x TAC A1 in 6.5 CM
Style of Shooting: Bench
Pros: Clarity is excellent, solid zero, lifetime warranty.
Cons: None

Scope: Vortex Spitfire 3x Prism
MSRP: $399.99
Gun you use it on: Daniel Defense MK18 in 5.56 NATO
Style of Shooting: Bench/Home defense
Pros: Clarity is excellent, solid zero, lifetime warranty, reticle developed specifically for 5.56 rounds.
Cons: Model has been discontinued
 

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I had this idea come to me and thought we could give it a try. The question "What scope should I get?" comes up here all the time. Now obviously what I'm running and what dude over there is running, doesn't mean a new shooter has to run it. But if we can have a database of what is used by those of us who have been shooting for a while and our thoughts of what we run, could really help out a new shooter. We have a diverse group of shooters here, so I'm hoping that as time goes on, we'll have a good range of prices, uses, and features.

I don't want this to turn into a discussion thread. I really would like to keep this thread just as a database. So if you want to contribute please copy and paste the format below into your thread. If there is something you thing I should add or take off, shoot me a PM and I'll take care of it. Please tell us what scope you have, the MSRP (not what you paid for it), the style of shooting you do with this setup, the gun its on, and some of the pros and cons in your opinion of the scope. If you want you can also include any pictures of the scope.

Scope:
MSRP:
Gun you use it on:
Style of Shooting:
Pros:
Cons:
Scope: NightStar 2x50
MSRP:$459.00
Style of Shooting:Tactical
Pros: Not to big east to use
Cons: none yet
Source: Best Night Vision Scopes in 2022 | Night Vision Rifle Scopes.
 
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