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Scouting for Ducks #7560542 07/20/19 03:20 AM
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What binocular magnification do ya'll like for scouting ducks? Thanks

Re: Scouting for Ducks [Re: Charlie817] #7562416 07/23/19 04:04 AM
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I use a waterproof 10 x40


No matter how high a duck flies a hammer still breaks a window.
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10x Vortex. They are my elk, deer and waterfowl bino's. They are not quite as good as the "big three" but they are about as close as you can get without spending big three money. I got them 5 years ago for a thousand bucks.

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Hi BDB, you're using the HD's?

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Originally Posted by Charlie817
Hi BDB, you're using the HD's?



Yes 10x42 HD Razor

Re: Scouting for Ducks [Re: Charlie817] #7564203 07/25/19 04:04 PM
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I use my Swaro 10x42's for just about everything. The Vortex Razor HD's are pretty solid, especially for their price point, but there plenty of other forums once you start chasing that rabbit. I just picked up a Vortex Razor HD 65mm spotting scope that I plan on using for some scouting this year.

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