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I've got an interesting diversion from the topic.....I have seen two 4X scopes side by side where one image was LARGER than the other!!!    Shocked




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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: June/30/2015 at 20:48
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Thx again Alan, I just wanted to see it and compare them with my own eyes.
I am not a hunter, but i do like to shoot steel and learn about shooting.

Because I am in California, that does not mean I am a Hillary Clinton supporter or Donald Trump supporter.

I am sorry supertool73
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Originally posted by Son of Ed Son of Ed wrote:

I've got an interesting diversion from the topic.....I have seen two 4X scopes side by side where one image was LARGER than the other!!!    Shocked




Nevermind......Smile



















Well, you did say nevermind, but still that statement is true for just about all of my scopes that have a 4X.
You pays yer money and you takes yer chances.
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Originally posted by 338LM 338LM wrote:

Thx again Alan, I just wanted to see it and compare them with my own eyes.
I am not a hunter, but i do like to shoot steel and learn about shooting.

Because I am in California, that does not mean I am a Hillary Clinton supporter or Donald Trump supporter.

I am sorry supertool73
Ilya Koshkin, aka the Dark Lord of Optics, also lives in California. He is our resident expert on optical properties, being an optical physicist, or he regularly takes a physic, or something like that.
Now, while his name might sound like he could be a Commie, I assure you, he is not. On the other hand, Hillary Clinton's name sounds like she might not be a Commie...
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Regarding FOV, I believe a review of focal length is in order. But, I am on my phone as always anymore.....easily googled
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No need to be sorry. I once thought the same thing til i was educated otherwise on this forum. Lots of bery smart dudes on this forum we can learn from
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Kahles is made in your country.  Its on par with Leica and Swarovski.
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I know this thread is a little old. However, Luke Duke did you decide on a scope? How did they compare in low light?
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