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Old 05-03-2011, 09:09 AM
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i couldnt agree more. that term makes me think its a piece of crap but if its all you can afford take you chances. a good scope for the money has a crisp image and holds its zero and doesnt fog. thats pretty much it right? outdoorsman are some of the biggest name droppers out there. its just like putting that little guy riding a horse on a shirt makes a 5 dollar polo a 75 dollar polo. that being said, i dont know whats out there for AR's however the bushnell banner on my inline was under 200 and has not moved its zero in 6 years. Also every where i look now a days the scope that is fitting this phrase the most is a redfield made by leupold multiple ppl have told me a great scope for the money.
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