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If any of you folks have a beer budget with champagne tastes like me take a look at the http://www.samplelist.com/default.aspx?prod_type=1&hide_sold=False. It just might let you get into some optics you thought were unreachable.
Here's a Kahles 1.1-4x24 C with illuminated circle dot mount in Warne QD's on a Ruger #1 45-70.
 
 
 
Here's another Kahles 1.1-4x24 C with a 4A reticle mounted on a Remington M700 Classic in .375 H&H. The mounts are Talley 30mm QD's.
 
 
 
Some of these excellent scopes are disappearing because of market demands for 6x erectors and Hubbel sized objectives. I can tell you that scopes like these are a definite step up from quality mid-range scopes like 4200, Monarch, and VX-III.
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Those are 2 REALLY nice setups, Doug!Thunbs%20Up  The Kahles 1.1-4X24 is an outstanding dangerous game scope.  I'm partial to a high end low powered variable.  You have good taste!
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Thank you, Ted! Considering the sticks you have, I really appreciate that!

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tahqua:  They look pretty nice to me.  I always enjoy your posts.  Keep up the quality work
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Thank you, Mojo!
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Cool.......... Thanks for the pics...... made me think of far off places and weathered faces!
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You want to see a weathered face, Tip. Look at some of the ones with me in it.
BTW, I have had that gun in a few places and hopefully many to come.

Thanks, though!
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Very Nice!!!!  Thunbs%20Up
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Hi, Mike!
I'll have a range report on the .375 tomorrow. The rings and scope worked great, I didn't!
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Nice rifles, tahqua (scopes are not bad too).

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Originally posted by tahqua tahqua wrote:

Hi, Mike!
I'll have a range report on the .375 tomorrow. The rings and scope worked great, I didn't!


uh-oh!! Big%20Smile
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Looking at the sample list Kahles, how much difference, optically, is there between the Kahles 2.5-10x50 Helia CS Multizero, Kahles 3-10x50 Helia CL Multizero, Kahles 3.5-10x50 American Hunter? Is American hunter that much lower quality? Looking for placing on a RR varmint.
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I finally found an older post that answered the questions. Love the heavy artilery. Not much here to use anything that heavy.
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CS and CL are about the same.  American Hunter is a little worse, but not by much.  I just spent some time comparing 3-9x40 versions of CL and American Hunter.  There is a difference in resolution and I can see it, but only when I look for it.

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Nice stuff, Doug!!! Thunbs%20Up
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Nice porn. Really did it for me.
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Originally posted by 8shots 8shots wrote:

Nice porn. Really did it for me.
 
Considering the title of this thread in conjunction with your response, I think my question is rhetorical but I have to ask it any way.
 
What did it do for you?  I think your response will be the same as what it did for me.  Nice rig eh!
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Good looking setupsExcellent
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