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    advice on fixed power scope with s/f

    Hi chaps what fixed power scopes with side focus6x/ 8x/10x are around new or also second hand s&b, Kahles, Swarovski,meopta,zeiss that sort price range


    Cheers craig

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairlesshunter View Post
    Hi chaps what fixed power scopes with side focus6x/ 8x/10x are around new or also second hand s&b, Kahles, Swarovski,meopta,zeiss that sort price range


    Cheers craig
    Is there such a thing? In a fixed power? Usually the parallax is pre set in a fixed power with the focus at the rear eyepiece. I could be wrong but I've never seen one that I recall.~Muir

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    LOL its more like me to be wrong Muir

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairlesshunter View Post
    Hi chaps what fixed power scopes with side focus6x/ 8x/10x are around new or also second hand s&b, Kahles, Swarovski,meopta,zeiss that sort price range


    Cheers craig
    Leupold Mk4 M1 10x40 I have had one on my Sako 75 Varmint 7mm-08 for many years and can not fault it. The dialling turrets can snag on bushes etc, but as the outfit is pretty heavy I use it for high seat and waiting up. hey have an awsome reputation for ruggedness and optically are a match for European glass, the downside being that with only a 40mm objective they are not the very best in low light.

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    Cheers Stover Rover do like Leupold's do you know if any good with nv addon's thats why i need the side focus

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairlesshunter View Post
    Cheers Stover Rover do like Leupold's do you know if any good with nv addon's thats why i need the side focus
    Sorry never used NV as an add on only as self contained unit.

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    sf is only really of value on maginfications above the range of normally available hunting mags 6x, 8x etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stover Rover View Post
    Leupold Mk4 M1 10x40 I have had one on my Sako 75 Varmint 7mm-08 for many years and can not fault it. The dialling turrets can snag on bushes etc, but as the outfit is pretty heavy I use it for high seat and waiting up. hey have an awsome reputation for ruggedness and optically are a match for European glass, the downside being that with only a 40mm objective they are not the very best in low light.
    I've one of these too. Built like a tank, M1 turrets and dual erector springs. Rated to .50 cal.

    Outstanding for nv add-on. Trouble is, they're about 1600 new.

    ​George

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    Quote Originally Posted by PESCA View Post
    I've one of these too. Built like a tank, M1 turrets and dual erector springs. Rated to .50 cal.

    Outstanding for nv add-on. Trouble is, they're about 1600 new.

    ​George
    Think it will be second hand then or i will look like this

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