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Thread: FFP or SFP scope

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    Boolit Master GARD72977's Avatar
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    FFP or SFP scope

    I have a couple of RPR's and im in need of atleast one new scope. I have a Sightron 10-5060 in an American Defense QD mount that im using now. ( Mainly just Shooting 223 for now)

    I favor lower power tactical scopes 15x or less. Im seeing a lot of deals show up on 14x Leupold LRP scopes.

    I dont do a lot of snipping but I do a lot of target shooting. Seems like a 4.5-14x scope is a all or nothing deal. If im on 4.5x i dont need mil-dots. 14x is not too much for 300-600yds. Not sure a FFP is needed in this power range. Im cheap and thinking about snagiging a deal on an out of date SFP scope. 600yds is the longest range I have to shoot on.

    I have a 1-6 Razor and 1-5 Burris xtr ii and they are on 1 or max. Not sure I would use a 14x on a bolt gun any differently. I like the looks of the Leuoold LRP and Im sure the glass is great for the money.
    " If you cant do it with a 308 , you dont need to do it!

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    Boolit Master
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    NY in the Adirondacks
    I have had good luck with my athlons. FFP. They are priced well.
    Stop being blinded by your own ignorance.

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