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Buy riflescope!!!! Which one????

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I need something for my Tikka t3 varmint, cal 308 win. What do you recomended for long range shotting over 500 meters, and not expensive?
(to max 500 €)

By, Robert from Europe (slowenija)

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  • Warrick Lee May 11, 2010

    Scopes are about as personal as shooting position and eye relief...



    Firstly, a good shooter can easily shoot over 500m with battlesights.

    Secondly, consider how you wish to mount the scope to the rifle - ie. permanant or removable.

    Finally, consider what it is you are planning on shooting - ie. Target, Elk, Rabbit - as each requires differig thought into the type of sight.

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    Can I identify the model of a Tikka riffle by the serial number?

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Robert, I have the Simmons 6-21x44 MilDot # 511056 scope on my Savage model 10FCP Law Enforcement issue rifle. I think you should check it out. It has 90 MOA internal adjustment and you could get you something like a 15 MOA or 20 MOA tactical rail and push your adjustments out to 1000 meters!!!

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