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Steiner or Nightforce? #7960378 09/03/20 02:00 PM
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Still trying to decide on a scope for my 6mm ARC build. The three scopes I'm trying to decide between are the:

-Steiner P4Xi 4-16x56 https://cameralandny.com/shop/stein...0136-2c97-00163ecd2826?variation=1857314

-Nightforce SHV 3-10x42 MOAR

-Vortex Viper PST Gen II 3-15x44 MRAD

What say ya'll?

Re: Steiner or Nightforce? [Re: texjitter] #7960449 09/03/20 03:01 PM
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I say you need to be more purposeful in what the use case is and what magnification range you're looking for. 4-16x56 and 3-10x42 are two completely different things for a lot of different reasons.

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Primarily will be used for hunting (deer, hogs, coyotes) but will also occasionally be shooting steel out to 600 yards. I guess I'm more interested in quality over magnification

Re: Steiner or Nightforce? [Re: texjitter] #7960529 09/03/20 04:16 PM
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Between those three...I'd buy the lightest one. Life's too short for long barreled hunting rifles or heavy [censored] scopes. up wink


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Re: Steiner or Nightforce? [Re: texjitter] #7960562 09/03/20 04:46 PM
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Pst 2 over the NF

No experience with the Steiner

Re: Steiner or Nightforce? [Re: texjitter] #7960628 09/03/20 06:30 PM
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Since you are in that price range, Trijicon Credo 2-10x36 MIL

https://www.eurooptic.com/Trijicon-...on-Tree-30mm-Matte-Black-Riflescope.aspx





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Originally Posted by scottfromdallas


Since you are in that price range, Trijicon Credo 2-10x36 MIL

https://www.eurooptic.com/Trijicon-...on-Tree-30mm-Matte-Black-Riflescope.aspx


That is another great option...I was just looking at the credo 1-8x28 a few minutes ago but this would probably suit my needs better

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Since you are in that price range, Trijicon Credo 2-10x36 MIL

https://www.eurooptic.com/Trijicon-...on-Tree-30mm-Matte-Black-Riflescope.aspx


That is another great option...I was just looking at the credo 1-8x28 a few minutes ago but this would probably suit my needs better


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Re: Steiner or Nightforce? [Re: texjitter] #7963310 09/06/20 07:27 PM
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I agree with Judd go "light" young man



VERY Interesting caliber too. I hear George Gardner is about to offer it in a bolt gun.


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