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Anyone have a ZEISS HD5 5-25 or TRIJICON Accupoint 5-20 rifle scope for input....

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by jluck, Apr 14, 2013.

  1. jluck

    jluck Really,Really, Close to Newport Oregon 97365 Voted #1 Member

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    I'm stuck on these two scopes, I am building a long range hunting/bench rifle and want a scope with a 4-5X low power and a minimum of 18X on the high side. I have narrowed the market down to the two listed scopes and want to know if any of you own either one for real world practical answers.

    My main concern with the Trijicon in non locking turrets and no zero stop for hunting.

    I have done hours of research looking and eliminating other brands and models but I may consider other makes if they have desired power ranges. I don't want crap but really can't spend over 1,500.(ish)

    TIA
     
  2. UncleSugar

    UncleSugar East County Member

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    I was looking a Vortex myself, the Razor or Viper look like they would fit your needs, I think some models have the locking turrets as well. The Vortex scopes have really nice glass, great for low light hunting. I am planning on getting one for a .308 AR I have on order.
    My hunting rifle has a Nikon 4-12 X 50, a little less on the high end of what you are looking at, but you can almost see in the dark with that thing.