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Looking at a RRA Coyote w/20" barrel for target & varmints.
From close range out to 300-350 yds which of these scopes makes the most sense in terms of practicality and cost.
SS 6x
SS 10x
SS 3x-9x
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The variable all the way.  It is a better scope than the other two in every way.
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+1 on what ST said
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: June/07/2010 at 22:57
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Get the variable.  It will do everything you want.  Great scope.  I love mine. Thunbs Up
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3x9 is the only choice for coyote hunting .i can see corndog waiting for the coyote to run out to a couple hundred yds to find him in the 10x scope ,if he has a thirty round clip he might have a few shots left.just kidding corndog.where in alabama you at.
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+1 on the variable

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+1 variable
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Originally posted by cowski cowski wrote:

3x9 is the only choice for coyote hunting .i can see corndog waiting for the coyote to run out to a couple hundred yds to find him in the 10x scope ,if he has a thirty round clip he might have a few shots left.just kidding corndog.where in alabama you at.


I'm way out in the country in a little community called Gallion.
If ya ain't heard of it, it's about a (1) hour drive south of Tuscaloosa.
Thanks for all the responses guys, I'll certainly consider them when the time comes to make a move.
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is that near the farm that has the hay bale art.
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Originally posted by cowski cowski wrote:

is that near the farm that has the hay bale art.


Small world dude!
That's a little spot in the road call "Forkland".
By road, I'm about 10 mi south & another 10 mi east of there.

That place belongs to an elderly retired fellow with plenty of money and time to come up with weird stuff with hay.
I saw a picture of one of his "hay art bales" in a German newspaper someone had.
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Yup, Go with the 3x9...
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