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#7039364 - 01/15/18 05:14 PM prism scope
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can someone explain on the good/bad & why of these scopes.

Off hand all I can think of is size.

thanks hetman
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#7039627 - 01/15/18 08:24 PM Re: prism scope [Re: hetman]
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I have a couple of Leupold prism sights. What I like about them is that the reticle is etched on the glass, so it won't break. Also, it's illuminated, which is handy and the optic does not become useless when the battery dies (not so with some optics, such as reflex sights). Plus they are light and compact, and very fast.
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#7040230 - 01/16/18 10:55 AM Re: prism scope [Re: hetman]
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thanks and they can be magnified also
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