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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 10/25/2002 4:28:41 AM EST
any opinions or experience? I'm assembling a 700PSS-LTR in 308, and I'm going with the Badger base and MAX-50 rings...I want a scope that has a matching level of durability, and the Leupolds just don't seem to be as tough as I'd like. I wish someone made an ACOG-tough precision scope, but it looks like Nightforce is the closest thing. I require an illuminated reticle as well.

Link Posted: 10/25/2002 7:39:24 AM EST
I have owned two Nightforce scopes. They are of fine quality, but they are HUGE and HEAVY! I would not put such a large scope on a LTR. Why do you want a "light" tactical rifle and then pile on the weight? Just my opinion. Watch-Six
Link Posted: 10/25/2002 10:04:23 AM EST
Short means more to me than the weight. I was going to have the standard PSS cut to 20" when I realized, duh, that the LTR is already 20" and fluted to boot. I'm putting a Gemtech TPR-S on it as well, so the weight is really a non-issue. I'm looking for TOUGH glass.
Link Posted: 10/25/2002 12:20:34 PM EST
When I was faced with this problem on a M700PSS, and shooting to a maximum of 400 yards, I went with the U.S. Optics Sn-4, with the lit reticle DOE MKII. I also shortened the barrel to 22" from 26, had it recrowned and the action pillar bedded. The result looks something like this.

Link Posted: 10/25/2002 12:26:03 PM EST
That looks nice...but I've not heard the greatest things about USOs customer service, and they're a little more than I wanted to spend. $1200 or so is about it...plus I thought they weren't illuminated?
Link Posted: 10/25/2002 2:58:57 PM EST
Contact Lowlilght@snipershide for discount and additional information.

He is handling customer service and doing a great job. Also, he can answer all your questions.

My reticle has 11 position controlable brightness and the entire reticle is lit not just the little center dot!

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