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Is good this scope for on Savage axis 223 rem?
Now I want pay for this caliber but while I want to mount my on a larger caliber, gen 3006.
Are manufactured in china? to the glass/mechanics how to shows?
Uses or has used someone this sniper?
I saw on the net 2 variants, one with the button illumination with a Crescent Moon below it and another version without the Crescent under the lighting button.
Is there any difference in e?Are different generations of fabrication?
Which is better, this or weaver classic extreme 2,5-10x56 ilum?
The resistance, glass and mechanics I mean.
Why should I choose?
 
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Originally posted by hunting man hunting man wrote:

Is good this scope for on Savage axis 223 rem?
Now I want pay for this caliber but while I want to mount my on a larger caliber, gen 3006.
Are manufactured in china? to the glass/mechanics how to shows?
Uses or has used someone this sniper?
I saw on the net 2 variants, one with the button illumination with a Crescent Moon below it and another version without the Crescent under the lighting button.
Is there any difference in e?Are different generations of fabrication?
Which is better, this or weaver classic extreme 2,5-10x56 ilum?
The resistance, glass and mechanics I mean.
Why should I choose?
 
Thanks nice.
 
 

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Edited by Kickboxer - October/25/2012 at 22:14
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That scope millet is made in China, over priced for what it is. I'm not a millet fan.
The weaver is a good scope from what I hear though.
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

Originally posted by hunting man hunting man wrote:

 
Is good this scope for on Savage axis 223 rem?
Now I want pay for this caliber but while I want to mount my on a larger caliber, gen 3006.
Are manufactured in china? to the glass/mechanics how to shows?
Uses or has used someone this sniper?
I saw on the net 2 variants, one with the button illumination with a Crescent Moon below it and another version without the Crescent under the lighting button.
Is there any difference in e?Are different generations of fabrication?
Which is better, this or weaver classic extreme 2,5-10x56 ilum?
The resistance, glass and mechanics I mean.
Why should I choose?
 
Thanks nice.
 
 

check the rules of the forum.
http://www.opticstalk.com/the-ot-rules_topic5473.html
especially#3

 
Sorry,not know,now I lock.
But from other site in not price,is photo with scope,I am interested of this,not price.


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Millett 4-16x50 TR1 is not as smooth as it is and Weaver classic Extreme?
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I nice but in the end I chose Weaver classic extreme 6-24x50 with reticol lighting Dual X and tube 30.
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do not buy the millett trs1 , I did and im not happy with it. Its dark at higher magnification, very touchy eye relief and next to no low light performance. Now im  looking for a new scope. i had some buddies look thru it and they did no t like it as well.
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