What's a Good Rifle Scope?

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    I was given a 30-06 rifle with a scope that doesn't even have a name. I'm looking to buy a new scope for the rifle, but not sure of what kind to buy. Any suggestions?
     
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    It depends on what you kind of calibur and rifle you have
    Here is ain for any optic you are looking for.

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    For examplke if youhad a Nagant tha you di no wat to drill and ta scope moun I would suggest a long eye relief scope.

    Some body is fucking with me, I know I typed out MOSIN NAGANT What the fuck?
     
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    Burris FullField II

    Burris Fullfield II Scopes

    For the money, they simply cannot be beat. The 3x9x40 can be had for under $200 (shop around). I've sold a bazillion of them, and never had one come back.

    You can spend more money, but there isn't a better value out there, IMO.
     
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    I'd go with the Yerkes refractor telescope. You can pick it up at Williams Bay, Wisconsin.

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    Jim would be a good name.
     
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    Burris fullfield is a good scope. A Leupold is another good manufacture.

    I assume this is a bolt action? If it is some sort of semi auto you need to get a real good quality scope due to the increased impacts of the operation. Maybe jump up to the $400 mark.
     
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    one that is sighted in perfectly
     
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    If you're hunting amoebas.......

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