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Hi, Salute

I´m interested in riflescopes for a short time, but I think I´m not a beginner. I have Bushnell Elite 3200 5-15x40 Tactical. I´m going to buy the new riflescope for air rifle in the spring and I have these requirements:
- the parallax from 10 or 25 yards
- maximum image quality - 95% light transmission, excellent ocular resolution
- minimal scope power magnification 4x, I would prefer 3x
- side paralax, not necessary
- MilDot
- lens diameter
- weight max 600g, not necessary

So far meets my requirements best Bushnell Elite 6500 2.5-16x42 MilDot.

Thank you very much for your advice!

And thank you, ILya, for your willingness to advise me in PM. Bow
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I don´t know how to edit my previous message and I would like to complete it with lens diameter 40-50mm.
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This silence means there is no better choice than Bushnell? Price limit 900 $.




http://forum.valka.cz/viewtopic.php/p/296901
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basically you just want some thing like what you already have except with better light transmission?
 
I had in mind a few scopes for you to look at it, but like a lot of scopes parallax adjustment will not go below 50 yards.  Just go with what ever advice Koshkin gave you in PM. 
 
There are scopes in between Elite 3200 and 6500 in price and quality if you decide you don't need this or that requirement.
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I have heard the elite 6500 has had a lot of returns for problems.  I would look at the sightron line as well. Big Sky and S3 have just as good of glass as the 6500, the S3 is probably better.
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Thank you for your help, I like firm Sightron, it´s a pity it has S3 paralax from 50 yard and neither S3 nor S2 doesn´t have marked parallax and this is form me necessary.

 

http://www.snipercentral.com/s3sightron.htm

http://www.snipercentral.com/sightrons2.htm

 

First for me is the quality of the scope and I haven´t found better racio price/quality than Bushnell Elite 6500 2.5-16x42

 

http://www.opticstalk.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=16515

http://www.opticstalk.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=15017

 

I like this:

 

 http://www.snipercentral.com/hawke416.htm

 

, but scope and mechanic quality isn´t better than in the case of Bushnell  - 2.5-16x is good for me.

 

If I could choose, I would like Night Force, but it is too expensive for me.

 

Many greetings to the U.S.A.! Bandito

 

kesi

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I´m still looking for the reasonable scope and I almost forgot to our Meopta.
Does somebody have the experience with this scope: http://meopta.com/index.php?id=246 ??
Ideal would be the comparison of image qaulity with Bushnell row 6500.

Thank you. Baseball Bat Laugh

danjojoUSMC: I can´t send PM to you, maybe your message box is full. Smile

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I was forgetting the past couple days that Meopta is from there also.  The only bad thing you hear mentioned for the most part is the eye relief.

It's what I would get if I was from there.  It should be as good or better than Bushnell 6500 in everything but eye relief and magnification range.
 
I fixed the Inbox, thanks for letting me know kesi


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