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Old May 17, 2022, 12:24 PM   #128
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I think we all agree that this is a general rule from a long time ago before optics became good, bright, strong and inexpensive.

On the other hand, you have to pay an arm and a leg to match the clarity, brightness, image non-distortion and reliability of a fixed power scope costing far far far less. After a while, most fellas set the scope to one power, anyhow.

A decent set of binoculars and a fixed power scopeā€¦ good way to go. Still less than half the price of an intermediate level rifle these days.
I hunt, shoot bullseye, plink, reload, and tinker with firearms. I have hung out with the Cowboy Action fellas. I have no interest in carrying firearms in urban areas.
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