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B. Harvey
12-28-2009, 03:02 PM
I purchased my first March in June 07 which was the fixed 40x. I was so thrilled with it, I bought another a month later. One was on my 1k rifle, the other I put on my rimfire BR rifle. After getting into rimfire BR, I looked though a friends LCS45x and noticed that the extra power made it easier to aim. A week later, the March 50 and 60x came out, so I ordered up a 60x. After shooting the 60x a while, I noticed the mirage was hampering me more than the wind did. Now at this point, I had decided I NEEDED the 10-60x.

The March 10-60 came out after I had the others, and it was always the one I thought would be best for me, and now I have one. From what I had heard on the boards, the 10-60 was better than the fixed power models in clarity. I did not quite believe this as we all know, variables have more glass which means less resolution.

Well, it's true! The 10-60x is better optically than my fixed power models.
At the same power, the 10-60 is clearer, and has noticeably less mirage distorting the image. The image, even with mirage is unbelievably clear, then when you dial it down to lessen the mirage, the image is so stunning that I cannot come up with words to describe it.

I've sat behind almost every high end scope out there, and the 10-60x is head and shoulders above them all.

If you guys want a do it all kind of optic, that you can trust, get the March 10-60x.

THE PIGMAN 2
12-28-2009, 03:17 PM
When will you get the 35-55 EP Zomm, it's even clearer ?:D

B. Harvey
12-28-2009, 03:52 PM
If it gets much clearer, well, I don't know. I do know that for now, I am so extremely happy, the only way to get me happier, is to offer me the bestest ammo ever made at a reasonable price so I can spend more time behind this scope.

If the 36-55 is even clearer, than no words truly exist to say how good that one is.

chuck3721
01-28-2010, 02:40 AM
how much did the 10-60 march run you and by the quality or it are u worryed about it breaking or something going wrong with no us place to fix it because i'm not a poor or rich price but i like stuff when i buy it to work the way it should be and not have to worry about it breaking ever

Bill Ohio
01-28-2010, 10:59 AM
but i like stuff when i buy it to work the way it should be and not have to worry about it breaking ever

Dream on. About the only items I can immediately think of to fit that description are an Estwing hammer and a cold chisel. And there's probably somebody on this forum who's broken those.

Nothing's perfect. Perfection is the enemy of "good enough".

:cool:

Joe Maisto
01-28-2010, 11:40 AM
Bill;
Sounds like you are a former construction guy. Haven't heard "cold chisel" since I used to use one back then....before Hilti...way before.
You are also right about the Estwing . Problem with them was....there was no place for the shock to go....except up your arm to your elbow. Probably the reason we have Cortizone today...
Been there...

mike cockcroft
01-28-2010, 12:44 PM
About two years ago I lost the Estwing hammer I started framing houses with in 1976. Still crying about it.

I am in need of another scope for my daughters new 243AI. Have the urge for a March, just have'nt talked myself into it. I so deep in debt to the shooting sports I suppose another couple of thousand won't make a difference.

HovisKM
01-30-2010, 09:28 AM
If you guys want a do it all kind of optic, that you can trust, get the March 10-60x.

Really.....



Hovis