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What are your Optic Preferences?
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#2
Quite honestly, right now, I am so obsessed with collecting instead of accessories. So the optics budget tends to suffer... I go for "bang for your buck". I prefer good ol cross hairs over red dots/reflex sights. Brands I use are Nikon, Mueller and even Simmon's. All very acceptable for my purposes. Nothing better than really great glass though... someday.
How about you?
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#3
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dependent on equipment.
your sights may vary.

:D
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#4
M4 aimpoint... or good old iron sight. I suck at long range aka 10 powered or more, 200 yard or more.
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#5
I prefer EOTech, but have Aimpoint too.
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#6
i agree +1
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#7
i agree +1
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#8
I agree +1
(10-02-2011, 11:57 AM)blackford76 Wrote: I prefer EOTech, but have Aimpoint too.

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#9
Vortex Viper PST, love it!
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#10
I'm working with my ACOG. I usually just use irons but this ACOG is cool.
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#11
Depends on the mission (rifle). I assume we are talking AR here so for my long range AR a good BDC Scope. For a carbine a low power scope with offset BUISs. My eyes aren't what they used to be. Red dots are cool for shooting really fast but are expensive and take a battery.
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#12
I used irons for years, starting in Junior Rifle club as a kid. Now I'm old, can't shoot for beans w/o glass. My two preferences are 1:4 Trijicon (or 1:6 Leupold or 1:8 Swarofski, but $$$$$$) or a 3:9 Trijicon with a RMR off the side. The 3:9 to reach out and the reflex for CQB and as a backup.
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(10-09-2011, 10:16 PM)CUatTheEnd Wrote: Vortex Viper PST, love it!

Ditto!

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My last post isn't showing on Tapatalk, even though its there when I try to edit it.
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A walk-on part in the war
For a lead role in a cage?
-Pink Floyd...or was it Benjamin Franklin?
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#15
Trijicon 3:9 with a RMR green-dot on the side.
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A walk-on part in the war
For a lead role in a cage?
-Pink Floyd...or was it Benjamin Franklin?
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#16
Bushnell TRS-25

great budget red dot. I think it's $70 shipped on amazon right now.
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#17
I actually prefer good old iron sights like on an M1 Garand. I know I am good out to 300 yards and maybe farther. I also have a couple of Trijon and Bushnell optics for my Remington 700s as well as Bushnell on a Mossberg 46B(a) .22LR.
All seem to work well, the Mossberg gets out to 100 yards accurately.
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#18
Really like my Vortex Strikefire red dot that I got last year on sale ($125). I have it on one of my ARs and it is very stable and accurate. I zeroed in at 50yrds.
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