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Posted: 8/20/2005 12:36:34 PM EDT
I purchased a new AR15/M-4 a few days ago and now I am thinking about purchasing an inexpensive scope to do some practice firing at the range. All my targets will be no further than 300 meters. I will not be using my AR for hunting just practice. I am looking at purchasing an authentic colt 4X20 not a knock off. Does anyone have any experience with this scope and any feedback to the degree of quality of this scope? Thanks
Link Posted: 8/20/2005 1:28:08 PM EDT
The genuine Colt scopes are supposed to be pretty good.

I've only seen a few and they sure as hell weren't cheap. They were bordering on EOTech 511/512 prices.

WIZZO
Link Posted: 8/20/2005 2:19:16 PM EDT
Why not go with an Aimpoint, EOTech or other high quality reflex sight? Its not hard to lay down and hit a man target with a reflex sight at 300m, and they excel up close. If you want a magnified scope, how about a Leupold? They have excellent glass for their price range.

Then again, I am an aspiring scope snob. My next optic will probably be a Schmidt and Bender short dot.
Link Posted: 8/20/2005 2:30:46 PM EDT
Yeah I looked at Aimpoint scopes and all the others you mentioned. I was leaning more towards the Aimpoint but I really don't feel like spending over $300.00. But why? I’m not hunting animals, I’m not a part of SWAT and I am not in Iraq anymore so why buy a $500.00 plus scope to do occasional target shooting. I just want to do precision target shooting and I was wondering if that authentic colt 4X20 was decent.
Link Posted: 8/20/2005 5:35:14 PM EDT
Weeeeeeeelll, the EE has some great prices for Aimpoints and ML2s now cross around $325
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