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Scopes #8475954 12/15/21 12:42 AM
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What scope would you recommend? i have a barnett cross bow looking for a laminated reticle.

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Originally Posted by Master Plumb
What scope would you recommend? i have a barnett cross bow looking for a laminated reticle.

Enjoy my 4x32 illuminated Tru-Glo x-bow scope with BDC. Think they go about $75-100 at Academy.

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Truglo works and is a Texas company. Hawk makes some very good ones, you can see some of them with names like tenpoint, excalibur, ravin... some for around $200+ have speed adjustments on them and those are pretty spot on for top line on at 20 yards with increment of 10 yards increment as you drop down to the next line.


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Thank you

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