Scope advice

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  1. Neilmccarthy

    Neilmccarthy New Member

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    can anyone recommend a scope to go on a hw100 please
     
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    sstyle Dmitry Morozov

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    Budget?
     
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    Conor Never been banned from sales Staff Member

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  4. Neilmccarthy

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    £100-£200
     
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    Lavant_Lad Old Git.

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    Neil, What calibre is your HW 100, and what sort of shooting do you plan to use it for?
    Then we could better advice you on a scope, although scopes do tend to be very much personal preference.
     
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    Hi it’s a 177 and will be shooting vermin and range targets

    Thank you
     
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    I have a Discovery FFP on a .22 Logun. Great glass and very good quality build. Mine's a 6-24x50 but they do a whole range of specs. I paid around £150 for it.
     
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    What distance will you be shooting targets out to?

    I’d go for something li,e a Hawke Airmax 4-12x50AO personally but I quite like the AMX reticle.

    I have an Optisan EVX which is a similar price which has a less fussy eye relief and nice and clear, so that’s another option.
     
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    Spoilt_scorecard All the gear and no idea.

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    Hawke Panarama 5-15x50.......................nice field of view and 50mm objective lens for more light at dusk/dawn for vermin. It has red/blue illuminated ret.
    Some on a well known internet auction site from £80 s/h to £150-£180 new. The newer model of this is the Hawke Vantage 4-16x50 with red/green ret which you can buy new for £140 everywhere. That's another option within your budget.
     
  10. Neilmccarthy

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    Thanks all I have bought both the vantages suggested and they are excellent
     

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