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What are your experiences with the Super Sniper (any magnification 10, 10m,16, etc.), and is it trully the best bang for your buck.
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I have a 10x42 and I have looked through a 16x42. 

If you want a tactical scope, 10x42 is the best bang for the buck of all scopes that I am aware of (if you are comfortable with a fixed 10x magnification).

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It is indeed a great buy.

For only $300, I feel like I stole it.

 

 

We highly recommend them!!

 

Welcome to The OT!!  

 

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Awsome! Yeah, the SS seems almost to good to be true, this is why I just had to ask.

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Mechanically it is excellent.  Optically it is only fair.  Lots of glare if the sun is right.  Parallax adjustment is very touchy.
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Great pic Cheaptrick!!!!

 

Now, what I really want to know is what the bird does if you squeeze off a round in that position???

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probably squeezes a round off of its own!!
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Originally posted by ceylonc ceylonc wrote:

Great pic Cheaptrick!!!!

 

Now, what I really want to know is what the bird does if you squeeze off a round in that position???

 

I HATE that bird!! He's very mean.

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pull his tail feathers CT
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Originally posted by longbow308 longbow308 wrote:

pull his tail feathers CT

 

If only I could.......

That guys my wifes special pet.......she likes him better than me. 

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I HERE YA BRO. A MAN JUST DON'T HAVE A CHANCE
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How accurate is that automated elevation adjustment device you have mounted on your scope and does it come in black?
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Originally posted by arro222 arro222 wrote:

How accurate is that automated elevation adjustment device you have mounted on your scope and does it come in black?

 

LOL!!

Negative....No joy on black!! 

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Originally posted by arro222 arro222 wrote:

How accurate is that automated elevation adjustment device you have mounted on your scope and does it come in black?


Is it an adjustment device?  It looked like a really exotic sunshade to me.   Seriously, nice looking piece.

God bless!
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Now I've seen some pretty good camo jobs on sniper rifles before but that is just plain silly...  

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Originally posted by davelandefeld davelandefeld wrote:

 

Now I've seen some pretty good camo jobs on sniper rifles before but that is just plain silly...  

 

 

 

Welcome to The OT, Sir.

 

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Ive used the 20x and the 10x and 10x with side focus and find them a great value - very reliable. I wish they made a 6x.
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