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I'd like to see a 3 or 4 to 12 or 14 power scope with a Leupold style TMR reticle in the FFP with .5cm metric adjustments without a price tag that will make you cringe.  What about the rest of you?  What do you want to see?
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What is the price that does not make you cringe?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: June/28/2007 at 17:19
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1x to 15 power, ffp and the reticle stays same size, 15 oz, and maybe 8 inch long. tube diameter optional

 

almost forgot --- no plastic turrets.



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I can live with more weight...lighter is always better.....a 4x ratio (3-12x or 4-16x) is probably realistic....30mm or larger tube is best but I could live with 1 inch....everything else sounds great to me as long as it's under $600 (what you used to be able to get a decent Leupy for)
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A switch for the illumination so the illumination can be switched from full illumination on the mildot to only illumination on centerdot.

Full illuminated mildot is goood for measuerements , but is less good for low light shooting.

 

Locking turrets, like the one Zeiss (ATS) introduced this year.

 

Regards TEchnika

 

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Leupold made a FFP 8.5-25X50 I was just hoping that they would make a .4.5-14x50 FFP It would be even better if it was a

4-16x50 FFP   and I really dont think that is an unrealistic expectation. 

 

Better Yet lets make it a Super Sniper 4-16x50 FFP then we could afford it.



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variable super sniper

 

and a fixed 6x42 supersniper w/ illumination.

 

J

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I told Chris a while back that I wish there was a 6X  Super Sniiper
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