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Old October 21, 2011, 01:53 AM   #24
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I've seen a lot of positive reviews of that scope from people who had them on everything from .22's to 30.06's and above. Being cheap doesn't always mean being bad. I have a Simmons scope that I paid just over $100 for that is an excellent scope. It does a great job with light gathering, it doesn't have any glaring distortion issues, and the AO adjustment works very well. I have it on my Savage 12 LRPV and it has never once lost zero. I had it on a 30.06 before that and it never lost zero there either. I shoot a quarter of a mile at the gun range with the LRPV and I can shoot 2" groups at that distance with it.
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