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winters7746
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are they good in low light conditions
SooStan
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Scopes with a few exceptions are worth what you pay for them. I know this is not much help but quality glass, durability and repeatable tracking in a target/tactical scope cost money. What price range are they? You might find more on one of the hunting or tactical forums.
sharps
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CRAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AND CUSTOMER SERVICE IS JUST PLAIN RUDE AND
TREATS YOU LIKE "YOU BOUGHT IT, IT'S YOURS AND NOT OUR PROBLEM" SO I PROMPTLY DUMPED IT AT A GIANT LOSS AND WOULD HONESTLY ADVISE NO ONE TO BUY THEIR HIGH PRICED JUNK!!!!!!!!!1111
tome
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A big +1..never again..sold mine for $200 to get rid of it..when these scopes came on the market they were about the only scope w/ a ranging reticule..now all the majors have them with better glass and real warranties..
Preacher
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WAYYYY to busy in side for this old guy to fool with....
Lots better in MHO.....
chino69
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The only good use for this scope would be to sell it to another loser. Absolutely one of the most low quality poser pieces I've ever seen. The only other human I know that owns one is a creature we've dubbed Le Swampe`.
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