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Old June 19, 2017, 01:09 PM   #26
drive_sideways
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Congrats on the new 1895, they're great rifles. On my 22" 1895, I have a Vortex Diamondback HP 2-8x32 mounted on an EGW rail. Good enough to hit 200 yd. steel on my local range, and dialed down (2,3 or 4 power) would be a great hunting scope. Also, mounting on a rail give you a lot of flexibility on fore/aft movement of the scope.


I'm kinda stuck on a Leupold VX-2 2-7x33 right now...
anything on Tru-glo scopes?
Also interested in Sig Sauer optics, I know they build quality firearms but I have never heard much of there optics.
It's tapped for a rail I have to get one though.

Vortex builds a very nice scope from what I've heard to


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