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What's the best scope to top a .308 in your opinion?

Question by iloveguns22. Uploaded on October 24, 2010

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from 99explorer wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

I know that the 3-9x40 is more popular, but I prefer the 2-7x33 on a big game rifle. It's more compact, lighter and more than adequate. I like Leupold in the VXII and VXIII series.

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from J4huntfish wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

leupold VXII in 3x9x40. BEST SCOPE EVER.
and most reliable

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from PigHunter wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

I've got a Bushnell Elite 3-9x40 on my .308 and have no complaints.

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from ARhunter wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

the best thats reasonably priced and quality for the money

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from WA Mtnhunter wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

Mine wears a 2-7x33 VX-II Leupold.

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from Treestand wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

IMO~~Bushneii Elite 3200 fire fly 3-9x40 this will
look good on your Tikka T3 or Vanguard?

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from libertyfirst wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

I like the Leupold models and I think that the best buy in a quality scope is the VX-II. The 3-9 model sells for About $299. at Cabala's.

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from 007 wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

I ever replace what's on mine now it will be either a Nikon Pro-Staff or one of the new Redfields, probably 3-9x40.

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from Sarge01 wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

If you are using the .308 for deer hunting like I do you would be pleased with a 3X9X50 Nikon Buckmaster. I have found the 50 lens gathers more light at dawn and at dusk when the deer seem to stir the most. I have both the 40's and 50's and the 50's do gather more light. I have been using Nikon's for years and yes you can spend more for scopes but I have had no problems with them and they do have lifetime guarentees if you do. I have Buckmasters and Prostaffs and haven't had any problems with either and the Prostaffs cost a little less if cost is a factor for you.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

J4 a +1!

The Leupold VXII 3x9x40 is by far one of the best and most reliable scopes. With first hand knowledge and watching hundreds of Leupold VXII 3x9x40 come through the range and in the field in Alaska, they have earned my respect hands down! I've put my 2 Leupold VXII 3x9x40 through everything from Arctic conditions of -80ish to Desert +110 to swamp land and banged around in 4x4's and ATV's they haven't failed me yet!

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from DakotaMan wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

I agree with all the Leupolds. VX II or III in 2-7x or 3-9x. I actually have a 3.5-10x I like too but don't notice much difference from the 3-9x.

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from iloveguns22 wrote 3 years 25 weeks ago

Does Leupold offer anything with a bullet drop compensating reticle?

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from 99explorer wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

I know that the 3-9x40 is more popular, but I prefer the 2-7x33 on a big game rifle. It's more compact, lighter and more than adequate. I like Leupold in the VXII and VXIII series.

+4 Good Comment? | | Report
from Treestand wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

IMO~~Bushneii Elite 3200 fire fly 3-9x40 this will
look good on your Tikka T3 or Vanguard?

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from J4huntfish wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

leupold VXII in 3x9x40. BEST SCOPE EVER.
and most reliable

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from PigHunter wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

I've got a Bushnell Elite 3-9x40 on my .308 and have no complaints.

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from WA Mtnhunter wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

Mine wears a 2-7x33 VX-II Leupold.

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from Sarge01 wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

If you are using the .308 for deer hunting like I do you would be pleased with a 3X9X50 Nikon Buckmaster. I have found the 50 lens gathers more light at dawn and at dusk when the deer seem to stir the most. I have both the 40's and 50's and the 50's do gather more light. I have been using Nikon's for years and yes you can spend more for scopes but I have had no problems with them and they do have lifetime guarentees if you do. I have Buckmasters and Prostaffs and haven't had any problems with either and the Prostaffs cost a little less if cost is a factor for you.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

J4 a +1!

The Leupold VXII 3x9x40 is by far one of the best and most reliable scopes. With first hand knowledge and watching hundreds of Leupold VXII 3x9x40 come through the range and in the field in Alaska, they have earned my respect hands down! I've put my 2 Leupold VXII 3x9x40 through everything from Arctic conditions of -80ish to Desert +110 to swamp land and banged around in 4x4's and ATV's they haven't failed me yet!

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from ARhunter wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

the best thats reasonably priced and quality for the money

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from libertyfirst wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

I like the Leupold models and I think that the best buy in a quality scope is the VX-II. The 3-9 model sells for About $299. at Cabala's.

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from 007 wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

I ever replace what's on mine now it will be either a Nikon Pro-Staff or one of the new Redfields, probably 3-9x40.

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from DakotaMan wrote 3 years 26 weeks ago

I agree with all the Leupolds. VX II or III in 2-7x or 3-9x. I actually have a 3.5-10x I like too but don't notice much difference from the 3-9x.

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from iloveguns22 wrote 3 years 25 weeks ago

Does Leupold offer anything with a bullet drop compensating reticle?

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