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#6731300 - 04/10/17 07:45 PM sig whiskey 3 2-7x32
ijohnston Offline

Registered: 07/13/09
Posts: 1539
Loc: Allen, Tx
I just won a sig whiskey 3 2-7x32 and know nothing about those. Is this a good optic? How would you compare it to a 3x 9x40?

Trying to see what the best rifle to put it on would be or just sell it?

#6731313 - 04/10/17 07:55 PM Re: sig whiskey 3 2-7x32 [Re: ijohnston]
nyalubwe Offline
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Registered: 12/10/15
Posts: 412
Loc: Montana
I've got a SIG Whiskey 3x9 and I kinda like it! I'd try it out first! laugh

#6731555 - 04/11/17 07:54 AM Re: sig whiskey 3 2-7x32 [Re: ijohnston]
ijohnston Offline

Registered: 07/13/09
Posts: 1539
Loc: Allen, Tx
what is the big difference in the 3x9x40 and the 2x7x32?

#6740002 - 04/19/17 03:19 PM Re: sig whiskey 3 2-7x32 [Re: ijohnston]
bo323 Offline

Registered: 09/24/11
Posts: 887
Loc: Snyder, tx

#6743683 - 04/23/17 10:51 AM Re: sig whiskey 3 2-7x32 [Re: ijohnston]
Bbear Offline

Registered: 11/24/13
Posts: 878
Loc: West Texas
I've run various maker's 2-7 scopes on everything from a .50 cal muzzleloader to 22 lr to small bore centerfire cartridges and up to 300 Win Mags. I currently have ONE Sig scope - a Whiskey 5 3-15.

Just some basics from my experiences;
2-7 for me, works best on my shorter range rifles such as 358 Win. I'm not going to use it out past 200 -300 yards.
The 2-7, again, for me, will work on pretty much any caliber you have, as long as you understand the limitations of the 7x power and the 32mm objective lens.

Since I haven't owned or experienced the Whiskey 3 series scopes only the Whiskey 5, I'll bow out on optics to those that have run with it some. My experiences with the Whiskey 5 have all been very positive.

Pay it forward - Kids are the future.

Rifles are similar to boats and young women...there's no end to how much money you can pour into them without making them any more useful.

#6754536 - 05/04/17 02:01 PM Re: sig whiskey 3 2-7x32 [Re: ijohnston]
blackmouthc Offline

Registered: 07/30/09
Posts: 416
Loc: San Antonio, TX
I've got one with the illuminated reticle. Seems ok. I think its on par with a Vortex Diamondback or Leupold VX1

#6754592 - 05/04/17 02:56 PM Re: sig whiskey 3 2-7x32 [Re: ijohnston]
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Registered: 11/22/10
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Loc: Corsicana
I used to think a 2-7x was plenty for anything. My thinking has changed. I would now only mount a 2-7x on a short range rifle as mentioned above. Scope weights have gone way down so even for mountain rifles the difference between a 2-7 x 32 and a 4-14 x 40/42 is just a few ounces nowadays.

I can't abide 50mm or bigger scopes for a lot of reasons.
Originally Posted By: Russ79
I learned long ago you can't reason someone out of something they don't reason themselves into.

#6764910 - 05/15/17 04:30 PM Re: sig whiskey 3 2-7x32 [Re: ijohnston]
Ben SportOptics Offline
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Registered: 04/21/16
Posts: 35
Loc: Louisiana
2-7 can be a pretty versatile scope. Especially for wooded areas or moving targets like hogs or coyote. Big difference in 2-7x32 and 3-9x40 is the magnification and some on the length and weight. The 2-7 will give you a larger field of view and the 3-9 will help you see a little better at distance. The 2-7 you can usually mount lower due to the smaller front lens. I would give the scope a shot before moving it. Hope you enjoy it!


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