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Looking to purchase a new scope for my Savage 12BVSS in .308.  Considered the Burris 4.5 x 14 x 42 and a Nikon 4.x.12.  Saw the scopes on the Samplelist and was wondering what type of warranty the reconditioned Burris and Nikon scopes have.  Would love to also hear some opinions as to which scope you guys suggest.

 

Thanks

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Which model Nikon?
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Have been looking at the Buckmaster.
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Originally posted by XD40 XD40 wrote:

Have been looking at the Buckmaster.

 

Thanks for the update.  If you're comparing the Buckmasters vs. Fullfield II then I'd go the Burris route.  Both however are very good for the money but the FF II (in my opinion) has just a little bit better clarity & brightness of glass.

 

Best of luck & let us know what you decide.

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Can you give me any infor. on the warranty of scopes on the Samplelist.  I've found a good price on a new Burris but the Nikon on the samplelist is still a much better price.  That will have some bearing on the decision.
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Originally posted by XD40 XD40 wrote:

Can you give me any infor. on the warranty of scopes on the Samplelist.  I've found a good price on a new Burris but the Nikon on the samplelist is still a much better price.  That will have some bearing on the decision.

 

Why don't you give SWFA a call?  The staff is very friendly and they can help answer any questions.  I can assure you that once you call them you'll feel very comfortable giving them your business.

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