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yes i just purchased a model 700 remington custom 300 ultra mag. i found a scope from Quality scopes by eagle eye optics co it sounds like a good scope any info on this companys scopes would help thank you
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Never heard of them.  Buy a quality name brand scope.  There are lots of fly by night made in china scope companies out there.

 

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Never heard of them either.  Why take the chance of buying a no name scope?  Will the company be around to warranty it?  Will you ever be able to sell?
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Bigunit, welcome to The OT!!

 

Plus 2 to what Chris and ranburr already said.

A .300 RUM isn't real nice to scopes either, as a rule.....

 

However, get a 3-9 Nikon Buckmaster and your good to go!!!

(I had a BM on a .300 RUM and it help up nicely.)

 

http://www.swfa.com/pc-6837-220-nikon-3-9x40-buckmaster-rifl escope.aspx

 

Here's one with a BDC reticle.

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hey guys thanks for the info. I agree after I slept on it I thought just that the warranty is only good if they stay in bussiness.I was also looking at swift they have been around awhile and I looked at a couple they look pretty good the warranty definetly good I could be hunting in a different state and if somthin happened to it I could walk into a local store and get a new one. What do you all think of swift any info Thanks Again
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Originally posted by bigunit bigunit wrote:

What do you all think of swift?

Any info?

 

NIKON!!!

 

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yeh thats what i was leaning towards they say the monarch has better glass then the buckmaster but buckmaster was updated this year so what do you think is the monarch $100.00 better than the buckmaster I plan on getting the 3x9x40. My wife has no problem with me getting the buckmaster but that extra 100 may cost me an arm & a leg on the honey do list but if it's that much better then it might be worth it. LOL
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The Monarch is a better scope and will provide better performace in low light.

I'd opt for the BM and NO honey do list........... 

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OWN AN EAGLE EYE, THEY HAVE BEEN IN BUSINESS SINCE 94 HAVE GREAT LIGHT TRANSMISSION AND YOU GET A 3-12-40 SCOPE THAT IS GOOD LOOKING FOR ABOUT 90 BUCKS. I PUT THE SCOPE ON A $300 RIFLE AND I FIGURE IF IT GOES BAD SHOOTING WOODCHUCKS WITH MY 243 NO BIG DEAL JUST MY 2 CENTS BUT I LIKE THE SCOPE FOR THE MONEY
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