After I dropped my Bushnell elite on a rock, it seems to still be able to maintain zero, but doesn't track well any more.
I'm therefore starting to look for a replacement scope and considering the following options:
1) Minox ZV 3-9x50 (£180)
2) Weaver Classic K 6x38 (£180)
3) Hunt for a used Meopro 6x42 (£200) (or even wait a while and get a new one) (£340)
I have Minox binos which I am very happy with, but Weaver is a much simpler scope for the same price so I'd expect its quality to be a bit better (plus it's made in Japan).
Does the Meopta Meopro have a huge advantage on the Weaver?
I've got a feeling that sooner or later this scope will meet a rock just like its predecessor so reluctant to fork out a lot of cash...
Thank you for any advice!