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Vortex Scopes

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by teddy34, Sep 14, 2013.

  1. teddy34

    teddy34 TS Member

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    I am considering buying a Vortex Scope for a .280 Browning. Would like
    to hear of any experienced with these scopes. Thanks, Gary Owen
     
  2. Chichay

    Chichay TS Supporters TS Supporters

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    The Diamondback has gotten very good reviews. The above website may help. No personal experience with it.
     
  3. spritc

    spritc Active Member

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    Vortex is the company that used to make the glass for Leupold. They got tired of Leupold making all the money and getting the rave reviews, so they are making their own scopes. They are, in my opinion, better than anything Leupold has ever put out. I put one on my .22 mag and I won't hesitate to put them everyone of my rifles.
     
  4. kcbullets

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    The Viper is very good glass.
     
  5. BeerKing

    BeerKing Active Member

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    rangefinder best on the market
     
  6. jdhog

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    Best company by far out there Now 100% warranty , I put a viper on my 300 short mag and at 400 yds cover a quarter with 5 shots .The company is great and they stand behind there products ..Nobody else can come close .
    JDHOG
     
  7. kevin a.

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    I bought one -haven't mounted it yet
     
  8. teddy34

    teddy34 TS Member

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    Thanks a lot for the input,
    Gary Owen