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    Quote Originally Posted by DamonL View Post
    There is a sale on Bushnell scopes here:

    https://www.eurooptic.com/Bushnell-E...-Specials.aspx
    any particular reason they are discounted $800, or being offered at only 42% of retail?
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  2. #102
    I have no idea why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob_s View Post
    any particular reason they are discounted $800, or being offered at only 42% of retail?
    I think I saw somewhere that these models were discontinued by the manufacturer. No idea if that's accurate or not.

  4. #104
    Quote Originally Posted by rob_s View Post
    any particular reason they are discounted $800, or being offered at only 42% of retail?
    I did some quick research because it seems like such a great deal and the only complaint I found about them is that the illumination is not “daylight bright” — which is the death knell for the tactical LPVO crowd. [ETA: which can seemingly mean anything from “can’t see the dot in normal daylight” to “can’t see the dot while looking through the scope at the noonday Arizona sun.”]
    Last edited by Xrslug; 09-16-2020 at 11:30 PM.

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    I bought two of the 1.6.5 Bushnell Pro's after selling a few items I do not need. Will go on a MK12 and a LWRC ICA2. I will see how there are over the next few months.

  6. #106
    I ordered one as well. Should be here Wednesday. It'll go on a 12.5 and hopefully get sighted in this weekend.

  7. #107
    https://www.eurooptic.com/Zeiss-CONQ...king-Sing.aspx

    I have no idea if this will hold up, but its got the Zeiss name going for it. I personally have the Steiner P4xi and my only complaint is the lack of positive clicks on the illumination setting.

  8. #108
    Further to the “duty grade” LPVO question, I found the following article interesting:
    https://www.defensereview.com/tactic...rossover-part/
    US Special Forces using Vortex Viper PST and Strike Eagle LPVOs in combat within the last few years — because they worked fine and the soldiers couldn’t afford fancier scopes.

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