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Will sightron scopes soon before sale on SWFA?

Also, I have heard good things about these sightron scopes. How would a sightron 3*9 compare to the burris fullfield II 3*9. I know most people love the burris on here.
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Both are good scopes.  I think that Sightron S2 is a bit better that Fulfield II. Optically Fullfield II fits between Sightron S1 and S2.  In optical quality I think Sightron S2 is comparable to Burris Signature scopes.  I can't talk to durability since I do not abuse my scopes a whole lot, but I am under an impression that both have a reputation for being pretty tough.   Sightron does not currently offer a trajectory-compensating reticle like Ballistic Plex.  If that is important for you and if money is an issue, hands down the best bang for the buck is a Burris Fulfield II with Ballistic Plex and a free spotter.  I am a big fan of Sightron scopes, but that Burris deal is hard to beat.

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