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Thread: Cheap spotting scope at Aldi on Thursday

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    now 20.00 don"t buy much these days got to be worth a look for sure, should come in be very handy for zeroing purposes

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    Aldi have some cracking deals, my mate bough some Bresser binos for a tenner, I took the piss mercilessy until I had a look through them
    far better quality than my 3.50 ones from Ebay
    I suppose paying all that money out for expensive glass is the way to go

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    i bought a pair last year

    you can have them for 15 if you would like a pair
    I suggest you dont buy them, you cant see a hole in a cardboard box at 100Yds
    Save your money
    That said I did get a cheap ultrasonic cleaner yeasterday fro aldi

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    feel free to take the piss on this occassion. the scope is bloody awful!

    a guy bought one last time for spotting 22 prone - waste of money

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotsgun
    feel free to take the piss on this occassion. the scope is bloody awful!

    a guy bought one last time for spotting 22 prone - waste of money
    Yep. Agreed - they're crap I can see better with my 10 x 42 binos.

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    scotsgun wrote:
    feel free to take the piss on this occassion. the scope is bloody awful!

    a guy bought one last time for spotting 22 prone - waste of money

    stringer wrote

    Yep. Agreed - they're crap I can see better with my 10 x 42 binos.


    I"ll be keeping that 20 in my wallet then thanks!!!!!!!!!!!

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    If anyone genuinely wants a low cost spotting scope I was thinking of selling my Opticron Mighty Midget 14-36x50, it has a straight rather than angled eyepiece, it has seen a fair bit of work and has several marks on the outside but is perfectly usable. It is a very compact scope and easy to use. Anyone that knows the Opticron range will confirm that they are a very good, mid-range product that represent great value for money. I would sell this for 50 including postage. I can take a couple of pictures an email them this evening if anyone is seriously interested. No silly offers though please as I am not bothered if I sell it or not as it is more useful as a spare or leave in the truck item if you know what I mean. JC

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    Well i am in for a bit of stick here! i bought one this morning and tried it out before i left the shop, and think it is great, saves me going up and down to check the target @ 100 yards or 200 yards because i went and had a few shot's at target on way home and can see the holes as clear as day, maybe i got one that works, Optus Zoom 20-60x60 with tripod 19.99 and happy

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    To be brutally honest, If the tripod is any good, this alone would be worth the money!

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