Primary Arms GLx4 4-16x50 FFP

TylerV93

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Looking into purchasing a "mid-level" priced Optic. This has been recommended to me by a friend. What types of experiences have yall had with them? Quality glass? decent eye relief? Most importantly do they hold zero well? Im a Texas boy so i would love to Rep a brand from my home state, just need some feedback on an unknown brand to me!
 

TripleOrNothing

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A buddy I shoot with had one. He sold it after taking it on a hunt. Didn't do great in low light. Look into the Bushnell DMRii sale at Midway. Japanese scope, reliable, tracks.
 

Gunnie88

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Looking into purchasing a "mid-level" priced Optic. This has been recommended to me by a friend. What types of experiences have yall had with them? Quality glass? decent eye relief? Most importantly do they hold zero well? Im a Texas boy so i would love to Rep a brand from my home state, just need some feedback on an unknown brand to me!
I’m probably late in my reply but can’t say enough good about this scope. Super clear glass, solid and crisp turrets and yes, returns to zero every time. Bought this scope for my sons Creedmoor. Excellent scope for the money. I’d buy another one for sure.
 

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For $100 more, the PA GLX 6-24 ACCS Athena BPR reticle looks a lot more useful for wind holds with the .2 mil divisions.

Edit: My initial search on PA's website didn't show the ACCS Apollo reticle for the 4-16x model. That reticle is definitely more useful than the plain mil dot one.
 
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