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turbokeen
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For an extra $150 is an old ish VX3 6.5-20 still better than a new ish VX2 6-18

thanx dave.
cliffy
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Debating a top-notch scope ends with a Burris Signature Select. My old eyes can actually see clearly with a Burris Select downrange. If one can afford $565 for a scope, one shall appreciate the clarity. Spending 1000 dollars plus, will occur when my eyes deteriorate further. To date, I have what I need within a Burris Signature Select 6-24x44mm scope. cliffy
k80skeet
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I have a lot of Leupold scopes 15-25 Most are Veri-X-lll. I also have some Veri-X-ll. In my opinion I believe all the Veri-X scopes are far better than the new VX type. The coating's maybe better in new VX's But I feel the glass is better in the older Veri-X's and the big plus you can get options on them that Leupold discontinued. Usually they can be bought at a cheaper price. A WIN WIN.(BUY THE OLDER MODEL VERI-X-lll) Always buy the Veri-X-lll over a VX-2 or Veri-X-ll. You won't be Sorry.
k80skeet
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You might want to talk to Larry D.Scott (greatscott144@aol.com)Tel.270-924-5290 He has a lot of high end Leupold scopes at very reasonable prices. Some have been boosted by Premier to higher power. Premier is well known their great glass.
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