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Kowa 501/502 #8655725 08/03/22 09:13 PM
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Has anyone here had experience with the Kowa 501/502 spotter? If so, what do you think of it?

Re: Kowa 501/502 [Re: Eland Slayer] #8655741 08/03/22 09:29 PM
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I like the Razor 50mm better but it’s also 2.5x the price. They both have a very very narrow field of view at full mag


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The kowa 773/774 is the cats meow for “best bamg for the buck” spotters, but the price difference is significant compared to the 5 series, but the current 5 series is the 553/554 spotters. You looking at a used scope?

The 553/554 series gets good reviews for a compact spotter, but with all compact spotters there is tradeoff. I have no experience with the 501/502 spotters

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