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Posted: 3/24/2009 3:53:19 AM EDT
I received my 20X Super Sniper several months ago, and I have fired it from several of my rifles - including a light wieght Winchester 7mm Rem Mag that lets you know when you have sent a bullet down range via pain. The scope is a brute of an optics piece.

It is simple, extremely clear, mil dot, the 42 app sucks light in like a 50 (the 30mm tube helps) and it is rugged. It is one of the best optics that I have owned. Having shot a bunch of good scopes (and I have spent a ton on several), I have found the Super Sniper to perform on par with most - if not all - of them. It does not have the refinements of Swavorski or a S&B, but it does not need the additions. It does exactly what a high powered scope needs to do on just about any rifle. It puts the bullet where you want it.

I thought about a lower power, and I still may purchase a 10X. The 20X, however, makes long distance "looking" a dream, and the "jump" in sight picture is corrected with a good hold on the rifle. It makes for excellent extreme accuracy in any rifle.

I cannot say enough "good stuff" about the Super Sniper. I may name my next kid Super Sniper!

Link Posted: 3/29/2009 2:26:04 PM EDT
I just bought a rifle with a scope already on it.

It looks like it is the super sniper 16 or 20 x but there are no id markings at all on the scope.

I was just curious, does your scope have id markings of any kind on it?

Link Posted: 3/29/2009 2:44:25 PM EDT
I love mine, I have a 10x and a 16x both good glass, 1 is for my 50 Bmg! Rock solid.
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