Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Painkiller, Jul 26, 2006.
along with some rings and a 2 piece base.
whats it going on?
remmy 700 vls
Looks like you exceeded the 1/2 cost rule of your gun by a little bit.
Im hoping to just get an sps with a bushnell elite 3-9x50
1/2 cost rules? who made that shit up?? I paid 700 btw
You're supposed to spend at least half the cost of the rifle on the optic is the rule.
sifnt get a leupold scope
Who is Valdada? I have never heard about them.
Same people who want you to spend 2mos salary on a engagement ring
I dont think I would ever pay that much for a scope except maybe if I were to get a .50 rifle, or if I ever got an M1 Garand sniper
Idiots, that's who.
Never heard of a Valdada though
holy shitballs. that's some expensive glass.
This is of particular interest to us, as these highly respected German optics manufacturers took a keen interest in I.O.R. Carl Zeiss in particular played a key role in modernizing I.O.R. with the latest equipment and techniques. A second plant was opened, and by 1978 I.O.R. had become one of the globe's largest suppliers of military optics. In 1989, I.O.R. entered the fields of opto-electronics and thermovision.
But an old name and a European address do not guarantee quality optics. What we wanted to know, was how good their optics are today and, more importantly, how they stack up against the competition - both quality of their optics, and their mechanical components.
If Carl Zeiss is involved you more than likely can't go wrong.
Zeiss Conquest 3-9x40s are on sale for $399 right now because of some Zeiss anniversary or something, that's one hell of a deal on them