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Varmint hunting scope #7354550 11/21/18 04:44 PM
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What's everyone using for night hunting? I've got the fire dot, and the Nikon illuminated, just wondering if there's a cheaper option. Got a 223 on the way and was wanting to spend around 300 on scope.

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Brandon

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Second focal plane in a 2x10x50

In an in expensive scope to my eye a Leupold vx3 will do good in low light.

Meoptaís also do good in low light at a lesser price range.

What you donít want is more power or ffp

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Iím using a Sightmark:
https://sightmark.com/product.php?item=998
Itís an affordable way to get into the night vision game at about $500.

Re: Varmint hunting scope [Re: chewybmt] #7357374 11/25/18 02:24 PM
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Redfield Revolution accurange

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