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Old March 27, 2008, 12:16 PM   #1
mickeyfinn
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Anyone ever hear of "Bushnell Browning" scopes?

Hi,

I'm wanting to get a decent scope and am considering one of two lines and looking for a little help with this decision.

I have heard that the "Bushnell Browning" line was made by Bushnell for Browning and is discontinued.

I read the Bushnell Browning line is made to the standards of the Bushnell Elite series (not sure if it's 3200 or 4200) in every way except that there is no RainGuard.

Does anyone know (hopefully from experience) if this is true?

I called Bushnell and a rep told me the standard of the Bushnell Brownings is more comparable to the Bushnell Legend series than the Bushnell Elite series. But then I was thinking maybe Bushnell wants to sell their scopes, not some discontinued model made for Browning.

Do you folks know anything about this?

Thanks,

Mike
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Old March 31, 2008, 05:23 AM   #2
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Made to 3200 spec`s. Good scopes.
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