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    Question AR Scope

    What size scopes are you guys shooting on your AR's? I hope to have my AR finished by this weekend and need to pick up a scope for it. It will be used for predator hunting mostly. Thanks for any info.

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    My M4 that I carry on the snow machine has a 1x4 millet on top. My other one that is set up for long range shots has a 4x16 on it. Figure out how you are going to carry the rifle, what ranges you plan on shooting and go from there.
    Good luck!

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    I really like my Vortex Viper 2-7x32 scopes. Slapped them on w/ Burris PEPR mounts and they put rounds where they need to go. I really like the set up and can't wait to get them out into the woods this year.

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    Default Cabelas 2x7x32mm Tactical

    As the title says I have the Cabelas Pine Ridge tactical with the 223 BDC turrets think I dropped 100.00 bucks for it I really am impressed with this so far its quick with the 2x and can crank it to 7x for them longer pokes.
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    Im actually looking at a Trijicon Accupoint 3-9x40 mil dot with green illumination with LT 104-1 mount. There are some very good reviews on Preditor masters Forum. I am really digging the illuminated reticle that is battery free.

    http://www.laruetactical.com/trijico...-lt104-1-mount

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    I have a Leupold 3.5x14x50 with lit crosshairs on oner, and a standard 3x9x40mm Leupy on another. I looked at those Trijicon Accupoints like GomerP mentioned and those look excellent. If I had to buy one from the start, I think the Trijicon would be on mine. If you're going to do a bunch of night hunting, a lit reticle is very handy. I wouldn't discount putting a Zeiss conquest on it either. For the money, the Zeiss Conquest's are probably the most bang for your buck. I have had zero problems with my 3 Conquest's and a couple of them have taken a pounding on the snowmachine.

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    I went with a Bushnell Legend 5 x 15 and my primary purpose for my AR is prairie dogs and predators. I really like it especially for the price.

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