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Go to riflescopes.com and look at the super sniper line of scopes. they have sevaral fixed power scopes and a 3-9 power which is a little more costly. Now i shoot alot and have had great luck with these scopes, ive got a 10x on my 308 and ive shot it out to 950 with great results, the turrets are extremely responsive and they actually move the crosshairs when you move the turrets unlike alot of cheap scope where you have to tap on the scope of shoot it to get it to adjust. Ive liked their scopes so much i ordered a fixed 20x to put on my tactilite 50bmg. They are rated for .50 bmg. Also, they have an extreme turret adjustment range, i think its something like 152 MOA of vertical adjustment, and if you are shooting at any great distance, you will appreciate that.
One thing about the supersnipers that make them so cheap, is that riflescopes.com are also the manufacturers of the scope. Alot of people relate them to the quality of a 800-900 dollar scope but ther are in the 300-500 dollar range because there is no middle man distributor.
Also, one more thing, dont get a nice scope and put the ****tiest POS rings on there you can find. Buy some rings that they dont sell at walmart, spend atleast 100 bucks on a set of rings and a base, if you dont buy quality, then the long range 338 lapua round and the glass you have mounted to it doesnt mean anything.
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