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Spotting scopes #5310233 09/16/14 10:45 PM
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I have an old Leupold gold ring spotting scope and time for a new one - I use it to hunt deer in south texas - who has suggestions for a mid priced scope? I dont want the top end but also not a cheapo - will shell out $500-$1000 thanks


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Re: Spotting scopes [Re: tlk] #5310428 09/17/14 12:25 AM
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Probably get a vortex

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Buy a used Leica, Swarovski, or Zeiss.

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Originally Posted By: jeffbird
Buy a used Leica, Swarovski, or Zeiss.


This, unless you hunt long range and will need target Turrents then go with vortex.

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