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Any opinions on the IOR 2.5-10x42 Hunting

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Topic: Any opinions on the IOR 2.5-10x42 Hunting
Posted By: senewell
Subject: Any opinions on the IOR 2.5-10x42 Hunting
Date Posted: May/19/2007 at 15:40
I am considering this scope, but figured that it would be best to check with you guys to see if anyone has had any problems with them, or if anyone can recommend them.  I'm also considering Talley stainless fixed rings.  I know that the scope fits my needs, I'm just curious as to the quality of the scope and if anyone has any personal experience with them.  Thanks.

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Posted By: koshkin
Date Posted: May/20/2007 at 01:07
These are good scopes.  If possible, get the one with the #4 reticle.

ILya


Posted By: senewell
Date Posted: May/22/2007 at 13:10
Well, I went ahead and bit the bullet, so to speak.  I got the IOR scope with the #4 reticle along with the Talley stainless quick release rings and base.  Everything is on back order, probably because I happened to order all newly introduced products.  The scope should be back in stock by June 13th, but no word on the rings.  I just can't wait.  I also ordered a crap load of stuff from Cabella's and (competitor)USA, but SWFA is definitely the best source for rifle scopes and accessories.  Man is it proving to be expensive though to get into shooting/hunting.

By the way, one of the parts that I picked up is a Jewell trigger for my Remington 700.  I can't wait for it either.


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My immigration policy: "Good fences equal good neighbors," and lining the border with snipers equals no immigration problem.


Posted By: RifleDude
Date Posted: May/22/2007 at 14:55

Good equipment choices all-around, senewell! 

 

You will love the Jewell trigger!  Expensive, but arguably the finest aftermarket trigger you can buy!



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Posted By: senewell
Date Posted: May/22/2007 at 15:15
Thanks. 

By the way, I checked on Talley's website and found that the stainless rings are not going to be released until June, although they are now taking orders.

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Posted By: cheaptrick
Date Posted: May/22/2007 at 15:37
Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

Expensive, but arguably the finest aftermarket trigger you can buy!

 

No argument from me, my friend.

 

Nice stuff!! Post some pics when you can.




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