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Zeiss conquest or Trijicon variable?

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I currently have a Leupold var. 2,- 3x9 on a savage 3006, used for deer hunting from about 100 to 200 yards, and lately I have been thinking about some more power to see the game clearly, especially at 150-200 yards. I was thinking about either a Zeiss Conquest variable in the 2-14 range, and also the trijicon 2-10 variable or even the 5x20.
 
I feel the Leupold is lacking, so what are your recommendations? Thanks!
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200 yards is not overly long. A 3-9 X 40 Conquest or similar Trijicon Accupoint would be fine. I'd take either over a Leupy 2.
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x2. and id want something with 3 or so on the low end for closer shots
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