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I have narrowed my selection down to two scopes if I do not purchase the Burris XTR and decide to use the extra cash on ammo.
I would much appreciate feedback regarding these scopes and which you would select for a "entry level" tactical / paperpunching scope.
Weaver tactical 4.5 x 14 x 44 mildot ($319.99)
Nikon buckmaster 4.5 x 14 x 40 mildot ($289.95)
I cannot find much information on the Weaver
Thank you in advance.
While I really like the 4.5-14 variable range very well I think you should also consider a 10x Super Sniper.
If you can afford the Burris bite then bite the bullet on it and go all the way to the Leupold 4.5-14x50 M1 long range tactical scope and you will have what the pros use or try the Burris the one I looked at looks good.
Edited by Urimaginaryfrnd
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