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I have friend looking for a 6-750 yard illuminated scope and is currently looking at a Mark 4.  He is a little turned off by the Mark 4 price.

I am turned off by the cost of a Mark 4 for the glass you get.

He also would love to have a 4 or 5x magnification range (leupy doesn't have).

I feel like a 5x20x50 Trijicon would be a great choice.  Its a little cheaper, no battery and I bet the optics are as good if not better than the Mark 4.

What should he do, and are there any other recommendations?

I think the jury is still out on the Vortex PST.  Vortex had a chance to hit a home run but I think they may have flopped on their glass and optical design.
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: October/25/2011 at 07:35
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Whats his price limit?
The Trijicon is a good scope but has limited elevation adjustment which may cause an issue depending on the weapon and rounds capability. 50 MOA i believe
 The Vortex PST is still coming around with decent reviews.  The good thing about the PST is you get Vortex warranty that will bend over backwards to make anything wrong, right. 
If you can get him to swing it and wait for them to trickle through customs the SS 5-20 is leaps and bounds better than all you've mentioned. For the price its been compared to scopes costing twice as much.   The illumination is great and does what its suppose to do.  the adjustments are true and glass is superb.
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