Bought this scope used off ebay last week, which it turns out was more of a gamble than I realized when I bid. Anyway, i picked up the rings and rails today and threw it all on. Turns out i got lucky and it was accurate, so for a grand total of $58 and change, I got a 3x9x40 on a gun i didn't need it on lol
Originally Posted by Just call me Sean
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1995 F150 Mark III Flareside Supercab 351 auto 4x4 186,000 miles and still running strong
2007 Subaru Outback AWD 2.5 auto 48,000 miles
I wear a shoulder holster rig and ride a Triumph, sweet now I am a badass! You get what you pay for in holsters. Everyone is different in the way they carry and what they carry. It always surprises me that some people will spend $1000 on a great gun but spend $10 for a holster and $10 for a belt. It is what you are relying on to save your, the family or others lives so spend the money.
Holsters and belts are different than optics. If a $20 holster fits you better than a $200 holster,go with it. If a $20 scope fits you better than a $200 scope,don't cry when its not sighted in when you need it lol.
2000 S-cab 5.4 Triton 4x4 3" body lift 4" suspension lift 37" Nitto Mud Grapplers. Blacked out tails,stainless bull bar,Kenwood head unit,black honey comb and of course a gun rack,can't have a truck without a gun rack. Interior lights swapped to blue LEDs,blue leds under dash w/ toggle switch. Skyjacker Hydros all the way around. Half assed build thread http://www.f150forum.com/f78/jackedu...thread-228753/
A good quality glass paired with a solid mount should have no zero issues. Its user error 99% of the time. The other 1% would be a defective scope.* Before the butt-hurt comes in*. I am NOT implying that cheaper scopes don't work good.