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I wanted to know if anyone here has an opinion on the Bushnell Laserscope?
 
I am still undecided on what to put on my FNAR, it is between the SS and the Bushnell so far. I like the rangefinding and the turrets on the Bushnell.
 
Any and all opinions are welcome.
 
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have you looked at the Bushnell Laserscope ? they are huge i looked at one in local gun shop nice but to big and bulky for me

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I am afaird that it would be to big also. who knows if you can get use to it.....
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I looked at the Bushnell before purchasing my Nikon Laser IRT.  It is mounted on a Remington Etronx .220 Swift.  No problems for me... I love it.  Yea, it is a little heavier than "just a scope", but you have the added range finding capability always at your fingertips.  With the remote control, you can range as you are sighting on the target, never have to put the weapon down.  It is a "force multiplier", takes most of the guesswork out of ranging.  Mine is only rated to 700+yds, which is why I ended up with it on the Swift.  That is really about the max EFFECTIVE range for that rifle and for deer sized game only about 300yds. 
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To bulky for me with this current technology, but I do believe this will be the wave of the future, thats if we're still allowed to hunt with firearms.
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