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    If cost were not a limiting factor.........

    What scope would you choose for long range? Would you go for one on the premium scopes from Japan such as March, Vortex, Nightforce, or would you opt for one of the European scopes such as Valdada, Kahles, Schmidt & Bender, etc. Which model is your preference? Good shooting, James
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    I guess I was thinking more of 600-1000 yd Benchrest or F-class shooting. Thanks for the reply. James
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    I have great luck with Leupold long range and Nightforce, both benchrest and NXS. Never using more than 22X, as I don't like amplifying mirage. Good luck.
    Danny

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    March 10-60 for light gun and March 5-50 or 10-60 HM for heavy.
    I have a 10-60 and a 5-50 and it's one of the few things in this game that I never think about changing, unlike stock, caliber etc etc .....
    Matt P

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDMock View Post
    What scope would you choose for long range?
    For Light gun, the fixed 42 NF Comp. For everything else, a 55 Comp NF. Caveat being I have not used any March scopes, and I would like to try a fixed 50X. (old eyes need magnification!)

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