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Cabelas rifle scopes

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I don't have an alaskan but I have one of thier pine ridge scopes and for the price, I really like it.

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That's help full. I'm thinking about their Alaskan Guide "Premium" 4x12x40MM or Alaskan Guide 30MM 3x12x52MM,or a Bushnell 2.5 x10x40MM. All for new Rock River Coyote upper I'm putting on my Colt AR-15. Premium is $309.00 30MM is $269 and comes with Leupold 300MM rings. Bushnell is $335 and would get here in 2 days. I want a scope I can take a close shot with and a 250 yard shot also. With Cabalas if I don't like it I can send it back.

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You wont be dissapointed with the scope from cabelas. I dont have one but have used one and was very impressed. I would definatley compare it to the Luepold in brightness, and clarity. All said Its a very good scope for the money.

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I don't have an alaskan but I have one of thier pine ridge scopes and for the price, I really like it.
Wait a minute. When did you get one of the Pine Ridge scopes??? :signgreatreport3kg: I've got a Pine Ridge also. I like it.

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Wait a minute. When did you get one of the Pine Ridge scopes??? :) I've got a Pine Ridge also. I like it.
That side focus scope that I put on my .17 remington is a pine ridge.

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The 1 scope I own that is not Leopold is a Cablea's. Great optics, they are both crystal clear and tuff. I would recommend them.. I have it on my 17HMR

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That side focus scope that I put on my .17 remington is a pine ridge.
That would explain it... I haven't seen your .17rem yet. Surprised you went with an AO scope on it though.

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We have AO scopes on just about all of our guns Lil'Shooter has a non-AO on one of hers. The advantage with an AO scope is that you don't have to use the AO feature if you don't want to. If you need it and don't have it, too bad.It's like two wheel drive vs four wheel. If you don't need the four wheel drive most of the time, you don't have to engage it. But if you get stuck, it's nice to have it.db

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