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After my misadventure with my Zeiss Conquest.
I decided to buy a Vortex PST 2.5-10x32mm FFP
What do you think about this scope ?
I don't know much about this brand...
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I am testing one now.
Great little scope so far.
 
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yeah, I got to play with one the other day
cool little scope
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Ilya, I'd like to hear your insight after you have completed your review.
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i don't have that model--but i wish i did!

i have just recently started to get into the vortex scopes -- i have a few diamondbacks and a few of the standard vipers.


so far i am very impressed with them. i have heard that vortex has the best CS in the biz .

i haven't broke a vortex or had any kind of problems at all even with the lesser-expensive diamondbacks.


very clear and bright -- you generally get a lot of scope for the money with vortex.

 vortex is very tough to beat.
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Originally posted by Skylar McMahon Skylar McMahon wrote:

Ilya, I'd like to hear your insight after you have completed your review.

The one I have has a fatal flaw: MOA knobs and reticle (there was no mil version available, so I borrowed this one from Vortex).  Aside from that, there is a very little to complain about.

It is very sound optically for the money and mechanics have not skipped a beat on me yet.

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Good to hear.
 
Intiatally, I was a little turned off by the small objective, but it's all about the optical design.
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Originally posted by Skylar McMahon Skylar McMahon wrote:

Good to hear.
 
Intiatally, I was a little turned off by the small objective, but it's all about the optical design.

If you are looking at a dedicated low light scope, this is not it.  When it gets dark you have to turn down the magnification.  However, it is better than people give it credit for if used within limitations.  I will definitely take it over the 2.5-10x44 PST any day of the week.

ILya
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