Rifle Scopes S&B via SportOptics

Cegorach

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Recently I have been working to consolidate my gear into fewer and better items. It finally came time to do the optic and so I started weighing my options. I quickly settled on S&B because of its decent reputation for tracking/reliability and glass quality. Being both low speed and high drag, as well as an MOA dinosaur, I settled on a 5-25 with CCW 1/4 MOA DT turrets and the P4F-MOA reticle. It will transition between my .223 AI practice rifle and my .243 match rifle.

A quick call to Sport Optics and this landed on my doorstep a few days later.

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So thank you very much to Chris @ SportOptics for your great service and fast shipping. I won't hesitate to make future purchases from you.

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Thankfully it wasn't just an empty box either.

I am going to avoid drawing any conclusions about it, glass quality and the like, until I get it mounted up and at the range. So far I can say the clicks are very nice.

I will be sure and give a more helpful review once I have the experience with it to actually make meaningful comments.
 

thefitter

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Be prepared to spend more money. High end glass is like high end poontang. Once you taste it one is never enough.
 

sib1948

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Sounds like you got the perfect scope for your 2 rifles. I know you'll enjoy and be amazed at its clarity. Have Fun I'm not into MOA, but agree with you in going with the DT turrets!!! :cool: