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SWFA's clearance prices on certain Nikon's right now are OUTSTANDING.

 

Some of us here on The OT have gotten these scopes.

(Hell, even The Dark Lord  himself, koshkin bought one.)  

 

I went with the 6.5-20x44mm Monarch w/ a lit Mil Dot reticle, because I wanted to shoot a little further out this year and could use the extra magnification. That and my eye's aren't what they used to be. 

Great scope.

It's actually worth MORE than the normal list price, but with the sale on, it's flat stealing. 

 

I have always recommended Nikon's because they have always exceeded my expectations optically, performed well and were easy on my wallet to boot.

 

Friends, this is true story:

The Warden, my wife, is a money miser to the 10th power!!!  

She makes Ebenezer Scrooge look like a philanthropist.

I told her I wanted the 6.5-20 Monarch for my birthday which was last month.

 

"Another scope??" she hissed.

"Yeah, but this ones on sale" I rebutted. 

"Right.... How much?" she inquired. 

 

Showed her the list price versus the SWFA sale price and she said....

"Wow, looks like a great deal!!"

"YACHTZEE!!" I exclaimed!!   

 

This forum gets asked every day "What scope do I need for my rifle?"

Right now, the "best buy" in optics is the Nikon Monarch or Buckmaster that are on sale here @ SWFA.  

 

This "shout out" goes to the guys who are contemplating buying a hunting, plinking, target, varmint, bench rest, or all around optic.    

You need a new 3-9 scope for your deer rig?? And who doesn't? 

Get the Monarch or BM.

 

I don't make a dime if you buy or one, none or fifty.

This is a real deal buy on some really solid scopes. 

 

 

Call up The Optics Goddess @ SWFA and get ya one or a couple.....

Tell her cheaptrick sent ya!  

 

 

 

 

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+1,Monarch clearance scopes are the best deal currently going on. They are a steal and nothing can touch them at the current clearance prices.

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All right, I'm convinced.  Question:  will the 6.5-20 x44mm fit on a Rem Mod 700 PSS with Leupold mounts & medium rings?
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Maybee not because of the heavy barrel and the fact that they are leupold mounts.

 

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Long story, couldn't find the PSS LTR so got the PSS....mounted scope, sighted in, 2 weeks later found a PSS LTR, thus rings, mounts already on gun.  So, buy different mounts or go to high rings?
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Do you have STD Leupold bases DD, QR, QRW,Mark 4,rifleman?
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Originally posted by 4T570 4T570 wrote:

All right, I'm convinced.  Question:  will the 6.5-20 x44mm fit on a Rem Mod 700 PSS with Leupold mounts & medium rings?

 

Yes, you could use medium rings.

Actually, low's "might" work.

 

http://www.opticstalk.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=227&PN=1

Check Leupold's chart to be sure.

 

Here's a link to my Rem. VSLH with medium rings and the 6.5-20.

 http://www.opticstalk.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=5177&PN=4

Just to give you an idea.

Same stick you got, with a differant stock.



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Thanks.  Another thought.....Nikon Monarch or Super Sniper? 
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Cheap those are badger Tactical medium rings,depending on the type of Leupold rings he has this could be very different.
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Originally posted by 4T570 4T570 wrote:

Thanks.  Another thought.....Nikon Monarch or Super Sniper? 

 

I have both and love both.

Two differant animals.

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Just Leupold STD
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Originally posted by SVD666 SVD666 wrote:

Cheap those are badger Tactical medium rings,depending on the type of Leupold rings he has this could be very different.

 

Very true. Excellent point.

I gave him the Leupold ring chart link so he could check it out.  

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Leupold STD med ringss are much lower than tactical rings of the same name:example:X-Low,Low.Med.High,X-High.

Your rifle has a unfluted med/heavy taper finishing at .850, with those rings itis a tough call. I would order your scope first and then go from there with the factory charts and your desired mounting position of your scope. Burris signature rings work very well also and could be obtained with a offset insert kit to maximize the position of your scope on your rifle without lapping and would use your same bases.

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Thanks.  Will do.  Appreciate the info.

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Originally posted by cheaptrick cheaptrick wrote:

Originally posted by SVD666 SVD666 wrote:

Cheap those are badger Tactical medium rings,depending on the type of Leupold rings he has this could be very different.

 

Very true. Excellent point.

I gave him the Leupold ring chart link so he could check it out.  

 

Good deal.

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Originally posted by 4T570 4T570 wrote:

Thanks.  Will do.  Appreciate the info.

 

Good luck 4T750,keep us posted.

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Originally posted by SVD666 SVD666 wrote:

Leupold STD med ringss are much lower than tactical rings of the same name:example:X-Low,Low.Med.High,X-High.

Your rifle has a unfluted med/heavy taper finishing at .850, with those rings itis a tough call. I would order your scope first and then go from there with the factory charts and your desired mounting position of your scope. Burris signature rings work very well also and could be obtained with a offset insert kit to maximize the position of your scope on your rifle without lapping and would use your same bases.

 

Excellent post SVD.

 

Your quite right, tactical rings are differant from Leupold STD rings.

I couldn't get a fix on the "Leupold Mount Wizard" either.

No Monarch's in there for some weird reason..........

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Thanks Cheap.

 

I would like to stress the fact that there is no better deal than a Monarch at this time.



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Definitely one of the best deals we've had in a good while.

 

Only while supplies last.

 

 

6590, Nikon 1.5-4.5x20 Monarch UCC Shotgun Scope, Turkey Pro, Matte..... $186.95 was $239.95

6595, Nikon 1.5-4.5x20 Monarch UCC Shotgun Scope, Nikoplex, Matte..... $186.95 was $239.95

6592, Nikon 1.5-4.5x20 Monarch UCC Shotgun Scope, Turkey Pro, Camo fiish..... $199.95 was $269.95

6515, Nikon 2-7x32 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Nikoplex, Matte finish..... $207.95 was $279.95

6510, Nikon 2-7x32 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Nikoplex, Gloss finish..... $196.95 was $269.95

6525, Nikon 3-9x40 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Nikoplex, Matte finish..... $218.95 was $299.95

6526, Nikon 3-9x40 Monarch UCC Riflescope, BDC, Matte finish..... $218.95 was $299.95

6537, Nikon 3.3-10x44 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Nikoplex, Gloss finish..... $276.95 was $379.95

6539,Nikon 3.3-10x44 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Nikoplex, matte finish..... $288.95 was $389.95
6536
, Nikon 3.3-10x44 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Mil Dot, Matte finish..... $289.95 was $389.96

6607, Nikon 3.5-10x50 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Illuminated Nikoplex, Matte finish..... $449.95 was $619.95
6609, Nikon 3.5-10x50 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Illuminated Mil Dot, Matte finish..... $418.95 was $599.95

6533, Nikon 3.5-10x50 Monarch UCC Riflescope, BDC, Matte finish..... $329.95 was $439.95

6535, Nikon 3.5-10x50 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Nikoplex, Matte finish..... $329.95 was $439.95

6530, Nikon 3.5-10x50 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Nikoplex Gloss finish..... $305.95 was $429.95

6505, Nikon 4x40 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Nikoplex, Matte finish..... $179.95 was $239.95

6545, Nikon 4-12x40 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Nikoplex, Matte finish..... $285.95 was $379.95

6546, Nikon 4-12x40 Monarch UCC Riflescope, BDC, Matte finish..... $286.95 was $379.95

6586, Nikon 5.5-16.5x44 Monarch UCC Riflescope, BDC, Matte finish..... $302.95 was $399.95

6580, Nikon 5.5-16.5x44 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Nikoplex Gloss finish..... $289.95 was $399.95

6585, Nikon 5.5-16.5x44 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Nikoplex, Matte finish..... $302.95 was $399.95

6508, Nikon 6x42 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Nikoplex, Matte finish..... $188.95 was $249.95

6613, Nikon 6.5-20x44 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Illuminated Mil-Dot, Matte finish..... $474.95 was $629.95

6576, Nikon 6.5-20x44 Monarch UCC Riflescope, BDC, Matte finish..... $349.95 was $469.95

6550, Nikon 6.5-20x44 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Fine Crosshair, Gloss finish..... $329.95 was $459.95

6555, Nikon 6.5-20x44 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Fine Crosshair, Matte finish..... $346.95 was $469.95

6602, Nikon 6.5-20x44 Monarch UCC Riflescope, Illuminated Nikoplex, Matte fi

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Great update Brady,dont wait on these folks these are true deals.
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Originally posted by SVD666 SVD666 wrote:

Great update Brady,dont wait on these folks these are true deals.

 

 

So which is it?

 

Originally posted by SVD666 SVD666 wrote:

I would not buy anything right now until these new scopes are out. 2007 is going to be great, get ready to see a shift from what marketing wants you to buy and what you want.

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If you need a scope now buy a Monarch on clearance. If you dont absoulately need one wait.

This also depends on your budget,if you have a higher budget,wait. If you have a low budget,

buy now.

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Okay

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I'm buying both!

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Originally posted by SVD666 SVD666 wrote:

If you need a scope now buy a Monarch on clearance. If you dont absoulately need one wait.

This also depends on your budget,if you have a higher budget,wait. If you have a low budget,

buy now.

I didn't need one but at those prices I allowed the Nikon virus to get me, thanks CT. I think it will be a while before I catch that pesky S&B virus from SVD. The cure is way too expensive.

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