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what is the best scope between 100 - 200 dollars?

Question by rusty gordon. Uploaded on March 03, 2010

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

just a bet more you can get a Sightron or Leupold!

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from huntnfishnut wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

I am a bit of a Nikon fanboy.

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from Hunter Savage wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Nikon and Burris decent have scopes in that price range

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from matt wasson wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

bushnell has been good to me... elite rainguard.

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from hengst wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Take a look at the tru-glo

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from Hunter Savage wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

omg i need to proof read tonight

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

cooner

Spoof read?

Getting crossed finger like me! LOL!

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from firehawk532 wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

My 1st choice in scopes and optics is Leupold but for the price range you set I think I'd go to my #2 choice Bushnell. You can probably get a really nice Bushnell in that range.

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from Hunter Savage wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

clay lol
i must remember to engage brain before shifting fingers into gear .

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from rudyglove27 wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Bushnell for that price!!!

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from johnycakes wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Nikon Prostaff.

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from bat4bab wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Bushnell are good for that price. I also got a Brunton on my 22-250 and I am really happy with it so far.

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from Dixie Lee wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Hey Rusty, Still loving that gun? I would agree Bushnell is a good choice in that price range.

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from Jeff Bowers wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

I have two Bushnell Banner scopes. They are insulated enough to use Banner level and above either on regular rifles or air rifles.

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from 99explorer wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Are you telling us you made those 250-yard shots without a scope?

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from K. Oney wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

I love Simmons scopes. they're extremely high quality for how inexpensive they are and i think that they are always overlooked when it comes to any optics test that i have ever seen.

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from IanS wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Don't waste $200 on a scope.

Wait till you can at least double that and get a good one. A junky scope will give you more frustration than anything else associated with hunting or shooting.

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from JayAquino wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

Nikon and Leupold.Go to gander mountain.They have some scopes for you're price range, and maybe some red-dots too.

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from Redbone wrote 3 years 41 weeks ago

Redfield? Heard good things about em. Dont own one yet.

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from Keith Costley wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

If you can get a Leupold in that price range, then I would go with it. If not, I would opt for a Bushnell. With Bushnell you get a lot of bang for the buck. They are very well made.

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from matt wasson wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

bushnell has been good to me... elite rainguard.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

cooner

Spoof read?

Getting crossed finger like me! LOL!

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from firehawk532 wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

My 1st choice in scopes and optics is Leupold but for the price range you set I think I'd go to my #2 choice Bushnell. You can probably get a really nice Bushnell in that range.

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from Hunter Savage wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

clay lol
i must remember to engage brain before shifting fingers into gear .

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from rudyglove27 wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Bushnell for that price!!!

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from bat4bab wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Bushnell are good for that price. I also got a Brunton on my 22-250 and I am really happy with it so far.

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from Dixie Lee wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Hey Rusty, Still loving that gun? I would agree Bushnell is a good choice in that price range.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

just a bet more you can get a Sightron or Leupold!

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from huntnfishnut wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

I am a bit of a Nikon fanboy.

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from Hunter Savage wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Nikon and Burris decent have scopes in that price range

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from hengst wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Take a look at the tru-glo

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from Hunter Savage wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

omg i need to proof read tonight

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from johnycakes wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Nikon Prostaff.

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from Jeff Bowers wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

I have two Bushnell Banner scopes. They are insulated enough to use Banner level and above either on regular rifles or air rifles.

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from 99explorer wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Are you telling us you made those 250-yard shots without a scope?

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from K. Oney wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

I love Simmons scopes. they're extremely high quality for how inexpensive they are and i think that they are always overlooked when it comes to any optics test that i have ever seen.

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from IanS wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Don't waste $200 on a scope.

Wait till you can at least double that and get a good one. A junky scope will give you more frustration than anything else associated with hunting or shooting.

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from JayAquino wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

Nikon and Leupold.Go to gander mountain.They have some scopes for you're price range, and maybe some red-dots too.

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from Redbone wrote 3 years 41 weeks ago

Redfield? Heard good things about em. Dont own one yet.

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from Keith Costley wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

If you can get a Leupold in that price range, then I would go with it. If not, I would opt for a Bushnell. With Bushnell you get a lot of bang for the buck. They are very well made.

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