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anyone able to tell if they are reliable and good quality,i have £400 to spend and am confused as to what to purchase.any suggestions would be gratefully recieved.

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basically looking for a sight for .223,a bit of early morning shooting.i wont be shooting by night.Mr logic Im not sure how to answer your ? but I have a hawke scope but dont feel its quality enough.I really want scope that can hold its accuracy and just generally be reliable.I know its not a huge ammount of money but thats my limit im afraid.

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You did answer my q. 223 for daytime shooting, with 400 quid to spend = Nikon Monarch or Bushnell 4200. I would make sure you have 12 power, 40 front end should be enough but you may see benefits from the 50 at dawn.

 

Either scope will do what you need.

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thanks for the reply,i will take a look at the 2 you mention.

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any recomendations as to wheres the best place to look,i see lots of 20x50's and 10x50's but i havent seen 12x's.excuse all the questions.

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Nikon Monarch 3 4-16x50 SIDEFOCUS,whats the opinion on these,are they too strong for what i want ?i cant make out exactly what is best,and 12x50's i cant locate in my price bracket.

Bushnell Elite E3200 5-15x50 Rainguard AO Matte,or these?

Nikko Stirling Diamond 4-12x56 30mm.....or even these,christ i havent a clue what im looking at :clapper:

someone HELP me :blink:

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16 power will be just the job, you can always turn it down. I might be buying one of those myself :-)

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Nikon Monarch 3 4-16x50 SIDEFOCUS,whats the opinion on these,are they too strong for what i want ?i cant make out exactly what is best,and 12x50's i cant locate in my price bracket.

Bushnell Elite E3200 5-15x50 Rainguard AO Matte,or these?

Nikko Stirling Diamond 4-12x56 30mm.....or even these,christ i havent a clue what im looking at :clapper:

someone HELP me :blink:

i have a nikon monarch 5.5x16.5x44 ucc your for £150 :) will put some pic up if you want :)

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if you want to know about Barska scopes contact rimfiremagic.co.uk. they are the importers for them. i have one on my ruger 10/22 and love it, brilliant scope for the money.

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what do you mean by ''turn it down''?mr logic,and what do you reckon with these sights verminator,seems a good price,are they worth considering?BARSKA 3-12x50 IR HUNTMASTER PRO SCOPE.thanks to all who replied.Monte id appreciate a pic of the nikkon monarch thanks.

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i think they are worth there money, but different people like different things. my scope is a 8-32X44IR SWAT, it works well in all conditions and i can always clearly see what i am aiming at. in the box with mine were some extras, i got flipup covers & a 5in sunshade. just had a look on rimfire magics website and they are selling the model you want for £65! bargin. if its on a .223 why not get a bit more mag for the longer range shots? hope this has helped a bit.

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what do you mean by ''turn it down''?mr logic,and what do you reckon with these sights verminator,seems a good price,are they worth considering?BARSKA 3-12x50 IR HUNTMASTER PRO SCOPE.thanks to all who replied.Monte id appreciate a pic of the nikkon monarch thanks.

Well these are all variable power scopes, so if you find 16 mag a bit much, you can just turn the mag down a bit :)

 

4-16 is a very good range too, enough for longer stuff but small enough to wind down should you need to.

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what do you mean by ''turn it down''?mr logic,and what do you reckon with these sights verminator,seems a good price,are they worth considering?BARSKA 3-12x50 IR HUNTMASTER PRO SCOPE.thanks to all who replied.Monte id appreciate a pic of the nikkon monarch thanks.

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