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Nikon Buckmasters Rifle Scope 6-18x 40mm Side Focus Matte

Nikon Buckmasters Rifle Scopes feature multi-coated optics that provide exceptional light transmission and audible 1/8 MOA windage and elevation adjustments.

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Nikon Buckmasters Rifle Scope 6-18x 40mm Side Focus Matte

Nikon Buckmasters Rifle Scopes feature multi-coated optics that provide exceptional light transmission and audible 1/8 MOA windage and elevation adjustments.

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Webyshops.com Product Review | Vortex Diamondback Riflescope

Mark and Bob of Fire Mountain Outdoors put the Vortex Diamondback 1.75-5×32 Riflescope to the test. How do they rate this Vortex Rifle Scope? Like Mark and B…


Q&A:

vinny_nivs asked i just purchased a Remington 710 and am in need of a scope. any reccomendations? my budget is 125$ or less, tx

looking for a scope to fit this model, something that is strong, durable and provides me with visual distance

And got the following answer:

Forget Tasco!! I have a Nikon on my Browning A-bolt and it is just fine. I normally prefer Leupold, but I got the Nikon with a rebate and on sale. I think unless you really shop around, your going to have a hard time finding a dependable scope to take the punishment for $125. Learn to shoot your iron sights well and wait until after the season for some sales.

Travis asked What kind of scope is good for a .243 win?

I am planning on buying a .243 Win soon. I either getting a Savage Axis/Edge or a Remington 770. I would like to know what kind of scope to get. I was thinking a 3-9×40 but I am not sure. I want something like this gun has: http://www.texasbrigadearmory.com/images/m24.jpg with the big front part of the scope.I was looking at a Leapers 3-9×40 but anyones opininons will help ๐Ÿ™‚

And got the following answer:

This Nikon Prostaff 3-9x40mm is a great bargain right know with a $30 rebate: http://www.amazon.com/Nikon-ProStaff-3-9×40-Riflescope-Matte/dp/B000FH1E0I

Italian Stallion asked I have a 30-06 with a Tasco 3-9X40 scope and looking for a new scope where I can easily see over 100 yards?

Any suggestions that are somewhat cheap?

And got the following answer:

I think the best scope for the money right now is the Nikon Pro-staff line. Currently they even have a rebate available from the company.

asked Weatherby Vangaurd or T/C Venture?

I’m leaning toward the T/C since it’s made in America, But what is the superior rifle?
And Alix A, I’m looking for a hunting Rifle not a Military or Assault Rifle.

And got the following answer:

With both of them near same price I would favor the T/C–not because it is “made in America” but because I think the value of a T/C barrel,the oversize full diameter bolt w/60 degree throw and good trigger give it an edge over a Vanguard. I like the Tikka T3 more than either. Now if you were able to purchase the ICON instead (T/C is running a $150 ICON Rebate till end of Nov. in conjunction with Nikon scope rebates) then that would be the better option. The Venture is like a stripped down ICON, but still a very good rifle for $499 or less. With Vanguards close to $400 there isn’t much to complain about with them either.
I have Browning A-Bolts,have used CZ 550s and would love to get a SAKO 85 or A-7; there are great rifles built elsewhere.

asked Does anyone know of a good .270?

A tac driver would be nice. I like Remington, Winchester, Ruger, Marlin, Weatherby…etc(big name brand). A scope recommendation would be cool. And, under 500$ with or without the scope would be fantastic.

And got the following answer:

The new Model Weatherby Vanguard Series 2 might be your first rifle to check out;known commodity made better,might push the $500. Sub-MOA with premium ammo if you find the right match,might be one of the best rifles for the money.
TC Venture comes with MOA at least accuracy claim,very well supported full diameter 70 degree bolt,well made,excellent barrel,well worth looking at. Normally sell for $500,sometimes less on sale or with rebate offers.
Tikka T-3 Lite,well worth the little over $500 you might pay but dang I like their smoothness and while I don’t own one,everyone I know with one loves it.
Cabela’s was selling base model 700 ADLs for $300-$350,the SPS where closer to $500,but I personally don’t find a place in my buying matrix for a Rem. I like the TC and Tikka over 700s;I grew up shooting a 725 BDL Custom,so to me a 700 isn’t a Holy Grail. Biggest problem I have with the new Remington is that you can pay way too much for a rifle that won’t shoot better than the 700 ADL,but I hear all the time how people buy a Remington and then spend over $100 to get an aftermarket stock to replace the poor ones that Remington uses. That to me makes poor sense when Rugers,Brownings and CZs are available,plus the ones listed above.
I could have bought another A-Bolt Hunter for $500 locally,but didn’t need one. The two I have get groups of 8 or 10 I can cover with a quarter with my handloads (30-06 and 300WSM). I could have bought a CZ 550 for $550 couple years ago,in 6.5 x 55 Swede,but decided not to. So,it pays to shop,especially now with after season sales coming up.WalMart sells at great prices for some rifles: I’ve seen Rem 700s with the X Mark trigger for under $500,some Savage 110 series for around $400
The Savage AXIS seems to be a good little rifle,about $300-$350 sometimes with a cheap scope. I wouldn’t mind trying one in 223, but I think full size cartridges might tax it a little-just personal opinion though. You might get more info from someone using a heavy cartridge with the Axis.
The Stevens/Savage 200 has no Accu-Trigger but is built side by side with the 110,and they go for about $300 most places if you can find them.
Marlin XL-7 is like a hybrid Rem/Savage;Savage like trigger and barrel nut,Rem receiver/bolt.and for about $325 is a better choice than the Mossberg ATR,which has a two piece trigger too,but the bolt can cross bind and the stock uses molded sling mounts instead of sling inserts,they break. The ATR has some fit and finish issues,and I can’t really recommend them,but they are better than the Remington 770 mess.
Find the rifle you like,I advise setting a benchmark to measure by,maybe use the Vanguard or Tikka to measure from.
As for scopes,I like keeping it simple with a duplex or fine duplex reticle,forget the BDC and Mil-Dot stuff-information overload-and sight in to be 2 inches high at 100 yards to match up better with Max Point Blank Range (do a little research). I like Leupold and Nikon scopes,but Pentax makes a good one too. You shouldn’t have to spend more then $300,more likely under $200,for a usable scope like a Pro-Staff or V-I.