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    Seeking scope recommendations

    Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

    I have a Remington 700P in .308 Win.

    I would like to ask for scope recommendations for scopes with a price tag under $700.

    I use the rifle for target shooting only and never beyond 600 yards.

    Thanks in advance for your recommendations.
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    Merry Christmas and all the best for a great 2021.

    Sightron III - Bob White at The Shooters Corner is a distributor for Sightron and has good prices. For up to 600 yards, I would like at least an 8x24.

    Bob
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    Might want to check with Doug at Cameraland about his inventory sale. He has a killer deal on Meopta 4.5-14x44mms. Great scopes from the Czech Republic.
    Bob

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    Vortex Viper 30 mm tube 6.5-20x50 mm side focus Midway USA $499.

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    Yes, Give Doug a call at Cameraland. He is out here in Long Island with me, but also a supporting vendor on this site.

    Bob
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    You can find many scopes in that range. On a different slant, you need to decide on what reticle you will want and what focal plane it’s on. For precise targeting on paper with known distances you probable want a fine target dot. If you are shooting steel at unknown distances you will probably want a mil dot or MOA ranging reticle. There are some good articles on the internet that you can find on the sublect.
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