I have a Nightforce scope on my sps tactical and I am amazed. That is by far the best scope I have ever seen. All my future scopes will be Nightforce. I have a Leupold vx-ii on another rifle and it is a toy compared to the Nightforce. Of course I could own three Lupys for the price of one Nightforce. Quality, clarity and craftmanship are supuerb! Nightforce baes and rings are very solid also. Good luck on what ever scope you get. Buy quality and only buy once. At 62 I feel like a kid with anew toy at christmas.remington70023 said:Okay I am going to look at the Night Force online now, I got to start doing my research and as soon as I get my taxes back its going to be time to get the best!
Great info on that site and Jackie is a top notch Gunsmith and shooter. In my shooting I can't use a frozen scope because we are constantly changing elevation so I have to have target knobs and know that when I dial in 18 min of elevation I'm going to get it and when I return to my zero I want it to be right there. My rifles may change POI but I'm changing the zero all the time anyway and I'm not in it for the money.quaid said:If you want the Bad news about scopes, try looking at the following
Look for thread #5 by Jackie Schmidt.
Makes scope selection a gruelling experience, doesn't it? So much expense, yet so much uncertainty, it seems to me. You spends your money and you takes your chances. Wish it wasn't like that.
jerrschmitt said:. My rifles may change POI but I'm changing the zero all the time anyway and I'm not in it for the money.
I think I've hijacked this thread (and others) enough so I'll write a new thread on my passion for Pdog shooting.abadrs said:I would love to go out west and shoot some of those prarie dogs. Every time I look up prices they are way to high for me. How do you set it up ? Do you know someone that lives out there ?