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#5431472 - 11/19/14 01:05 PM Time for glass
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Remington SPS 20" heavy barrel with PWS brake. Perfectly seated in a McCree Precision G5 TMAG model 5 non folding stock. AICS 10 rd mag. Now I need glass.


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#5431531 - 11/19/14 01:33 PM Re: Time for glass [Re: wall8053]
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You're gonna hurt something with that. I admire the seriousness in which you are taking this approaching this retirement.

How much you looking to spend?
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#5431544 - 11/19/14 01:42 PM Re: Time for glass [Re: wall8053]
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Nothing crazy. Yet! I'm eying the Springfield Government 7.62 scopes. I put a Vortex PST EBR-1 mrad on my 6.5 Creedmoor and that scope is awesome. May settle for a Vortex HS LR for now. I can transfer that to another rifle once I have the coin for an absolute long range scope.

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#5431570 - 11/19/14 01:56 PM Re: Time for glass [Re: wall8053]
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Sorry, I thought you were a different wal...he hangs on the mig board and has been talking about retirement.

For the money, I think the PST or just a little cheaper HS/LR are hard scopes to beat. I have a PST and I'm really impressed with it and for the $ I wasn't expecting anything like it is. Glass is impressive for a less than 1k scope.
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#5431596 - 11/19/14 02:13 PM Re: Time for glass [Re: wall8053]
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Lol. No worries, although I was a tad confused about the retirement. I agree with the PST, I'm highly considering the HS LR.

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#5431725 - 11/19/14 03:29 PM Re: Time for glass [Re: wall8053]
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The HS-LR is on sale at Cabelas. Been thinking about one for my LR308.
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#5431776 - 11/19/14 03:51 PM Re: Time for glass [Re: wall8053]
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Edited by 505ed (11/19/14 03:54 PM)

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