Scope Decision?

Discussion in 'Rifle Talk' started by BlackIce, Jul 19, 2004.

  1. BlackIce

    BlackIce Guest

    What to get?

    Leupold Var II 3.5x10 - 40AO $479


    Nikon Monarch 3.3x10 - 44AO $389

    I looked at both and like them both.... leaning towards the Nikon for the price......

    Any info on the 2 would be greatful!!!
  2. markIVbigblock

    markIVbigblock Super Member

    go w/ the leupold u wont be dissapointed look around on ebay and othe rplaces on the internet for a leupold vari x III in 3.5-10x40 fully multi coated and completely waterproof and very bright and clear w/ a lifetime guarantee and made in the U.S. u can find them for 300-400$ online because leupold came out with their new vxIII's and most places are trying to get rid of their old stock to make room i got a leupold vari xIII 3.5-10x40 for my new rifle for 330$+ 10$ shipping i also have a leupold vari xIII 3.5-10x50AO for my 300 win mag and i have a leupold vari xII 3-9x40 were u talking about the vari xIII or xII ? because the xII comes in 3-9 and the xIII in 3.5-10 I dont have much experience w/ nikon but buy good glass u wont regret it and everyone i know considers leupold #1 hope this helps


  3. sappyg

    sappyg Guest

    Buy American. Go with the leopold and have no regrets.
  4. mountainview

    mountainview Super Member

    BIce, don't know if you picked your scope yet but as a tiebreaker I would go with Leupold due to their customer service. I recently contacted them about a replacement part and they did a great job of getting me taken care of,
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    save yourself 100.00 and buy a bushnell 4200 elite. it'll be brighter than the leupold and has the raingaurd feature. if you hunt in any type of weather and do not stop the hunt once the mist comes, you owe it to your self to use a elite series of scope with the raingaurd. oh by the way (i'm not trying to knock the leo's) the 4200 elite is brighter than the vari x II and the nikon. but you wont go wrong with any that you listed. for the record, the elite series of scopes are the old baush & lomb scope. they have a lifetime warenty.
  6. claycrusher

    claycrusher Guest

    I really like my Leupold Vari-X II, but I have not used a Nikon.

  7. goldeyeslayer

    goldeyeslayer Guest

    Leupold has great customer service, that what I would get.