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Anyone have any experience with this spotter?  It seems like a good deal with the hard case and tripod that it comes with.  Just wondering on the quality, clarity of glass, and what kind of light it soaks in?  I'm happy with the Burris FFII that I have.  Anyone have some opinions they would like to share?  Thanks in advance.
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Hey sneaky i own this same setup and i have found while the scope quality is awesome for the price and the micro adjustment tripod is a blessing i found a small flaw. the total lenth of the scope is a bit much for the tripod and feel like it wnats to tip over at time and the power is way more then i ever use even at 800 yards i never go past 30x. that is why i just purchased the 15-45x60 which is a bit smaller. those are just personal points but over all the quality is great and rugged due to the rubber coating.
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How is this spotter in low light conditions?  Have you had any problems with it?  Thanks for the opinion fredo.
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not much low light experience because i mostly shoot at the range during the day, butr the range is in a valley so it is mostly in shadow and i have shot well into the dusk and i have to say the image was bright and sharp. hope this helps.....
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Just received a 15X45X60 It my just be this particular scope, but I can't get it to focus.  At the 45 power everything in the center is fuzzy.  The focus knob is sloppy and when I get the scope somewhat clear and let go of the knob it goes out of focus.  I will contact Customer Service in the morning and send it back.  I may upgrade if I can figure out which one to get.
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