The new Redfield

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Vikinghater
 
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The new Redfield

Postby Vikinghater » Thu Sep 16, 2010 4:52 am

Anyone here have any experience with Redfield scopes?  I am looking to outfit my Remington BDL with a new scope and am down to two models. The Nikon (buckmasters or prostaff) and the Redfield.  I have been reading alot of good reviews on the redfield revolution and being backed by Leupold warranty is a big plus. 
 

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BoneCollector
 
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RE: The new Redfield

Postby BoneCollector » Thu Sep 16, 2010 4:54 am

Just bought one for my new Ruger M77 .270. I bought it mainly because of the Leupold warranty and the easy click adjustments. By the sound of the reviews, you can't go wrong.

Vikinghater
 
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RE: The new Redfield

Postby Vikinghater » Thu Sep 16, 2010 5:02 am

A couple of the reviews said somthing about a remington long action (which I have, 700 BDL 30/06) of the tube not being long enough?  Having to use leupold rings to make it work.

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RE: The new Redfield

Postby fireguymike133 » Fri Sep 24, 2010 5:17 am

I put a 2-7 on my Sako 30-06, and had to use offset rings. They are Redfield type, and work fine, so far about 25 shots and it is holding zero fine.

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RE: The new Redfield

Postby CB on the run » Fri Sep 24, 2010 9:58 am

  I put the 3X9 on my Savage 220F which is based on the 110 long action and it fit fine.
 
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