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Hello guys,

I just got home with a Remington SS Sendero . -

Would like to have a silver finish scope & rings.-

 

I'm torn between the Bushnell 4200  2.5-10x40 or

Weaver GS 4.5-14x40 .

 

I've own an Elite so I'm sold on those, but I've really wonted to try a Weaver.

The scope will be used mostly for deer hunting from 20 - 400 yards.

 

Thanks,

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If you are sold on the Bushnell then you should try the Weaver Grand Slam it is a great scope for the money..Fully multi-coated lenses reduce glare, increase image brightness and give you edge-to-edge clarity, they're outstanding in low-light situations.

This scope does not get the credit it deserves.It is compared to the Leupold with out the price. Grand Slams solid one piece construction makes them waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof. The power ring helps you find and adjust the scopes variables and with the fast-focus eyepiece adjustment ring to adjust the scope perfectly to your eye.Then it has the Mico Trac that makes it even better

Micro-Trac ® 4 Point System
 


Micro-Trac 4 Point System



What is the Micro-Trac 4 Point System?

All riflescopes have an erector tube. These tubes are equipped with a means to adjust one end. This causes the point toward which the scope is looking (along with the crosshairs) to change. The Micro-Trac 4 Point System is similar to an automobile's dual independent suspension. Any adjustment made to the tube for windage is independent of any elevation changes. Therefore, when you change windage, elevation is unaffected and vice versa.

Why the Micro-Trac System is superior?

Most conventional conversion systems use 2 screws and 1 spring to adjust their erector tubes. Eventually, adjusting one screw "too much" will cause the spring to inadvertently affect the adjustment of the other variable. These other systems do not operate independently from one another like the Micro-Trac.

Most systems also have the screws baring directly down on the cylinder, whereas the Micro-Trac system bears down on a specific point of contact. Just like a ball joint in a car, this gives you better precision. The Micro-Trac erector tube is always being directed from the same point; angular motion is consistent.

Why does everyone need the Micro-Trac System?

The Micro-Trac 4 point System provides far better control of crosshair adjustments making it much easier to sight-in a rifle. Click adjustments are always consistant to a minute of angle.

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Thanks for the info. -

 

My only concern is which one match's the color of my stainless steel Remington?

The Bushnell looks alittle to bright.

 

Thanks,

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I will reccomend looking closely at the Zeiss Conquest line of scopes. They are offered in stainless finish as well. Leupold  Vari X III is another good choice, that offers stainless finish.
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They are better but you are also going to pay more! If you don't and want to go a little less expensive. This is what the Weaver Silver looks like it's not a shinny silver kinda dull.

 

Model 800590, 4.5-14x40, Silver Matte 

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