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    Redfield Rampage 20-60x60 Spotting Scope

    Anyone have any opinions on this product? I need something for the range, and I don't want to spring for a $400+ spotting scope. I know 60x is way overkill for a 100 yard range, but this is Redfield's only spotter, and I'm drawn to them since they're a Leupold brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ()pen(arry View Post
    Anyone have any opinions on this product? I need something for the range, and I don't want to spring for a $400+ spotting scope. I know 60x is way overkill for a 100 yard range, but this is Redfield's only spotter, and I'm drawn to them since they're a Leupold brand.
    This looks like the same scope I looked at while at a recent gun show. If so, nice scope! And at $170 (if not less), it "sounds" like a bargain, but I really don't know hunting scopes, so...
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    Picked up the Redfield. Will try it out for the first time at the range this weekend. Looking through it at home, it doesn't appear to have the light transmission of my Bushnell Elite 4200 rifle scope, but I'm sure it will be fine at the range.

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