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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 7/3/2003 6:28:25 PM EST
I own a flat-top. I was told and do believe this might be the expensive scope for me. Purpose is to shoot 50-250 yards. Questions:

1) Do I go chevron, donut, other?

2) Best place to purchase for best price knowing I am price sensitive and in NO HURRY. Stress-NO HURRY and PRICE SENSITIVE.

INput very much appreciated. I am going to mount on my 16" M4. Also, may be useful if I get a 20" flat-top.
Link Posted: 7/3/2003 7:31:56 PM EST
*Generally speaking*, I usually recomend folks who plan on doing a lot of close quarters type shooting and a little longer range work look into the donut. If the opposite is true and you plan to do mostly mid to longer range shooting, look at the Chevron.
Link Posted: 7/4/2003 5:11:04 AM EST
I started off with the Donut and ended up with the chevron.The Donut just wasnt as precise as I wanted it to be. Still a great reticle though just not for my intended purpose.I got my TA-31F from SWFA for $935.The F model came with the TA-51 flat top mount also,but I went with the Arms #19s. Jm03
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