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Good choice you will not be disappointed. Upgrade your description to "good glass".
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Good choice you will not be disappointed. Upgrade your description to "good glass".
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I just bought the Athlon 6 by 24 x 50

As I am setting up for bench as well. I sighted in at 50 yards and am shooting golf balls at 100 and a 4 gong at 150 yards using CCI subsonics! The scope at 100 yards makes it too easy but at 125 and 150 the challenge is back. Great scope for just under $400 with $50 vortex rings. Hold over on the scope is excellent or you can dial it in. Good clarity with lots of light but eye relief could be better..comes with a lifetime guarantee too. Got it on Amazon.
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Well, thx again to all for your suggestions. I committed to a Sightron Sll 36x42mm. That one as most of you all know already, was purpose built for target shooting, has plenty of fine AO adjustment range, reputable tracking system, fine crosshairs with dot, fair glass, very good glass for the money we like to say, and transferable lifetime warranty with good customer support. As mentioned though, the eye box is small, so I will have to concentrate on cheek weld, which is par for the course. Got a new one coming well below my budget. Looking forward to trying it out.
You should be very happy with this scope. I've had several and had no complaints.
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A good rule of thumb.......your scope should cost as much as your rifle.
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