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I am looking at the following 3-9x40 scopes for a Remington BDL 30.06 bolt action.  The gun is mainly used for hunting Blacktail deer and wild pigs? 

I am looking at the Bushnell 3200 Elite, the Burris Full Field, Pentax Whitetails Unlimited, or the Weaver Grand Slam.  I've done a little research and I am leaning towards the Burris, but I'd like some fellow shooters opinons.

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All pretty good scopes.  I don't personally like Weaver, but I will admit that they are good.

 

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out of the ones you mentioned i would get the burris.

 

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That Weaver Grand Slam is one bright scope. It's durability has also been tested to be top notch.
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I have a 1973 vintage BDL also in '06.Bought a Grand Slam 3-9x40 when they first came out.Rifle now has a 2yr old Vari-XIII 3.5-10x50.Yes the Leupold is brighter,but that's it.Image & colors aren't any sharper& the Weavers 1/2 the price.Same Weaver is on a 14yr old grandson's sporterized Swede Mauser.The kids on his 2nd barrel on the Swede & the Grand Slam is still going strong.I don't believe you'll do any better in that price range,plus they're tougher than a hobo turd.Hell the little heathen shoots 10k rounds a yr.I made the mistake of telling him send me the empty brass & I'd load for him,it's a full time job let me tell ya.
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We need more 14 year old kids as active and enthusiastic about hunting and shooting and more parents and grandparents to encourage and assist like you have.....good job.

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   I consider the the Sightron 3x9x42, (around $200) as well  I bought one approx. 4 mo. ago, and, in my opinion, is as good a scope as I own or have looked at.  Very good scope, at any price.
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I would go for the Burris Fullfield II.
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i have a burris ff2 on top of my 30-06 and for the $ its a very good scope, clear,tuff and plenty for us california blacktail chasers
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Did Weaver ever address the issue of that huge zoom ring on the Grand Slam?  I know some rifle's bolts wouldn't clear it.    I'd go for the  FFII.
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Sightron SII 3-9x42 has better glass and better adjustments than other scopes in this group.  Durability is top notch as well.

 

Burris Fullfield II has BallisticPlex reticle.

 

It's a tough call.

 

Ilya

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