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WTB Low light Binoculars #7007853
12/23/17 12:01 AM
12/23/17 12:01 AM
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pmnitro Offline OP
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Currently using a good set of binos but looking to upgrade to a set that is a great for low light conditions. Something on the line of Vortex Viper HD, etc....
What you got?
Thanks in advance.

Re: WTB Low light Binoculars [Re: pmnitro] #7007937
12/23/17 12:48 AM
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Buy a pair of Swarovski and be done...forever. Have a pair of 10x50 and their fantastic in low light. Pretty pricey though, I got mine many years ago when they were $1100.


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Re: WTB Low light Binoculars [Re: Stompy] #7010937
12/25/17 03:26 PM
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New EL's are a couple of grand now.
Maybe the ones I'm using now are better than I was thinking....

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