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Re: Spotting scope- Help me choose wisely [Re: 7six2] #7642035 10/25/19 05:58 PM
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Razor and Viper are two different animals. Razor is top of the line, Viper is second.

And yes, the Viper rifle scopes will lose clarity, especially at 24X.


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Re: Spotting scope- Help me choose wisely [Re: 7six2] #7678341 12/03/19 03:08 AM
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UPDATE: Went with the Meopta Meostar S2. Got it brand new, with 20-70x eyepiece for $1,800. Did some side by side comparisons and the optical clarity was better than most others including Vortex. The Vortex is still a nice unit for sure though. Only the very high end Swaraski was more desirable but well out of my reach. The only thing I'm missing out on is a mil reticle; but I wouldn't be surprised if Meopta eventually adds a reticle eyepiece to their line up...or Nightforce...which is the literally same scope.

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