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SWFA SS 10x42 thoughts.. #7661152 11/13/19 10:40 PM
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Looking at one with a mil-quad reticle for a 22-250 varmint rifle.. Reviews seem to indicate they’re pretty good glass for the money.. Anyone disagree? Any other suggestions in that price range?

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Great for the money, I’m not big on that much magnification but it depends what you’d be using the rifle for and how long your average shot would be. The scope itself is great though!



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Originally Posted by T Bone
Looking at one with a mil-quad reticle for a 22-250 varmint rifle.. Reviews seem to indicate they’re pretty good glass for the money.. Anyone disagree? Any other suggestions in that price range?

Thanks boys..



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I like mine a lot. I have it a 223 and use it as a range scope. It would be great for varmint hunting.




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Glass is adequate. Scope is tough as nails - dependability, zero retention, tracking, RTZ are all EXCELLENT!!! Go with one in their HD line if you require better glass and turrets.

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Looking at one with a mil-quad reticle for a 22-250 varmint rifle.. Reviews seem to indicate they’re pretty good glass for the money.. Anyone disagree? Any other suggestions in that price range?

Thanks boys..



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Day.. Have a thermal on an AR-10 for pigs at night..


Originally Posted by Jungleexplorer
I really hate to do what I am about to do, because it will be very painful for you.


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SWFA has this scope on sale for Black Friday for $199 new. This is the lowest price SWFA has ever sold this scope for. Great deals on other scopes as well.

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Originally Posted by hilltop101
SWFA has this scope on sale for Black Friday for $199 new. This is the lowest price SWFA has ever sold this scope for. Great deals on other scopes as well.



Thanks Hilltop, I was just about to post the same info.. Have one on order, can’t beat the price!


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