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Spotting Scope

Discussion in 'Guns and Ammo' started by AEFISHING, Jul 5, 2005.


    AEFISHING Crappie Freak

    Thinking of buying a spotting scope for Elk hunting in Colorado this winter. Anyone have any suggestions on a good one at a good price?
  2. Figure out how much you want to spend, then double that. :D Honestly, you get what you pay for in optics, and spending over $1000 on a spotting scope is very easy to do. However, there are some decent ones out there for less. I guess it just depends on what you feel they'll be worth to you. Nikon and Leopold both make decent spotting scopes for between $400-$700, as do a few others. Make sure you go with a very reputable brand.

  3. H2O Mellon

    H2O Mellon Hangin' With My Gnomies

    I've heard good things about Burris spotting scopes too. I've a Burris Spotting Scope & Binoc combo for $400 somewhere, cant remember where but do remember it sounding like a good deal.