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quality for a bargain,
This review is from: Tasco World Class 3-9x40 Riflescope with 30/30 Reticle (Sports)
I'm 62 years old and have been shooting and hunting since I was old enough to hold a gun. In those years I have owned and used scopes including Zeiss, Leupold, Redfield, Burris, Nikon, Bausch and Lomb, Weaver, Unertyl, Kahles and pretty much all others, through the years I have discoved that the Tasco line of scopes is very durable and as fine of a scope as you can own. The "zero" on my Tasco scopes have never failedd me, they are clear annd bright and are an easy scope to use. I have 2 World Class scopes, one with a mil dot reticle and one with a standard duplex reticle and I love them both. For the money there is no better scope on the market and for much more money you will get no better scope. Yes the best scopes have better light gathering abilities but forhunting and general use these World Class Tascos are world class and are as good as it gets.
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Initial post: Nov 27, 2011 8:21:11 PM PST
always reading says:
I live near La Grande, OR and hunted for years. I put a Tasco World Class on a Weatherby Mark V- in a .338 Win Mag Caliber. I shot over 400 rounds through it before the Scope
would not hold on center any more. email- firstname.lastname@example.org I'd like to try one on a 45-70 guide gun, but replace the factory recoil pad with a "Burnell, Packmeyer" Decelerator Pad. I am also using Talley mounts and rings. Anyone think I might have a chance with this setup?
Posted on Nov 28, 2012 12:07:50 PM PST
Tin Man says:
Glad too here some other 62 year old likes shooting... This is my first scope since Viet Nam. Very pleased with it.. mounted on a Marlin 795
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