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Gburton 11-10-2012 5:05 PM

Scope options for .270 Winchester model 70
 
Just bought a new gun and I'm trying to see what my best options are from those who have used/owned one.

Rattlesnake6.8 11-10-2012 5:26 PM

All depends on how much you want to spend..I have a 270 WSM Model 70 with Leupold Mark 4 LR, 4.5-14x40, Leupold base and rings. Deadly combination.. Scope is alittle pricey, but worth it. Lifetime warranty, Made in USA, cant beat it!

PrimaryArms 11-10-2012 6:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gburton (Post 9698521)
Just bought a new gun and I'm trying to see what my best options are from those who have used/owned one.

These are great and best bang for the buck do the research on them.

https://www.primaryarms.com/Primary_...e_p/pa416x.htm

Dimitri

DirtyDave 11-10-2012 7:17 PM

Tons of options out there. What is your budget? What magnification range are you thinking you need?

NaClAddict 11-10-2012 7:41 PM

I have a leupold VX-II 3-9 on my .270 and it does the trick just fine.

Flyin Brian 11-10-2012 7:58 PM

Take a look at the Redfield Revolution, they are cheaper than Leupold but made in the same factory in Oregon. Ive got one on a model 70 and it works great.

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ejhc11 11-11-2012 2:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Flyin Brian (Post 9699568)
Take a look at the Redfield Revolution, they are cheaper than Leupold but made in the same factory in Oregon. Ive got one on a model 70 and it works great.

+1
They also have a $30 rebate till Dec 31, 2012
Choose Revolution (made in USA) not the Revenge line.http://www.redfield.com/

grampsx4 11-13-2012 11:06 AM

Two thumbs up for the Redfield Revolution.

Divernhunter 11-14-2012 7:35 PM

The Redfield if tight on money. A Leupold 3X9X40 or 3.5X10X40 would be what I would use and have on a dozen or more rifles. Just got a bobcat with a Leupold Varri X-II 3X9X40 on a Tikka 6.5X55 this week. Could not get a shot at 3 different bears.

billetmann 11-15-2012 3:04 PM

if it's mostly for hunting- bigger manification is better-- just don't get the high target turrets--if you carry the rifle on your back - they'll stick you. leupold are great scopes

outbrakeridah 11-20-2012 11:40 AM

Leupold...I've had Nikon and Bushnell and will return back to Leupold each time.

jsragman 11-30-2012 10:11 AM

You will never go wrong with Leupold.


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