Small scope, Grab it all and go.

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Re: Small scope, Grab it all and go.

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Lady Fraktor wrote:
Tue Aug 18, 2020 4:49 pm
January/ February will be here soon enough
Unfortunately true. :Boo:
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I just found this thread and bookmarked it. Looks like I might be buying a scope and holding off on larger binoculars. I have the money today to buy one of these packages, so I will be investing in research time on the subject. :D

I haven't read every post, but in order to replace default EPs, I should get low, medium and higher EPs, correct? Like 25mm, some sort of a medium, and a 4mm ?
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Re: Small scope, Grab it all and go.

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Patience is a virtue...
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helicon wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 8:16 pm
Patience is a virtue...

Well I have to say, I am the embodiment of that virtue. I have waited 4 years for a scope, if I don't buy one soon, I may as well use paper towel spindles.
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Anyway Michael. You mean well I suppose. Did you get my PM?
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Re: Small scope, Grab it all and go.

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Buckethead 2.0 wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 7:40 pm
I haven't read every post, but in order to replace default EPs, I should get low, medium and higher EPs, correct? Like 25mm, some sort of a medium, and a 4mm ?
That's basically what many people do, but it does depend on your scope.
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