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6mm Remington

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Leupold Gold Ring 15-30x50mm spotting scope. I sure like mine a lot!

Light and compact. Easy to carrying your hunting pack.
Clear optics and Leupold rugged. Made here in the USA. I might be wrong but I believe the Santium is not.
Lifetime Warranty that you most likely will never have to use. That is my experience with their Gold Ring scopes of which I have a few, and their 20x fixed power Gold Ring spotting scope I have had for years. It's my sons now.

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slatebuilder

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Leupold Gold Ring 15-30x50mm spotting scope. I sure like mine a lot!

Light and compact. Easy to carrying your hunting pack.
Clear optics and Leupold rugged. Made here in the USA. I might be wrong but I believe the Santium is not.
Lifetime Warranty that you most likely will never have to use. That is my experience with their Gold Ring scopes of which I have a few, and their 20x fixed power Gold Ring spotting scope I have had for years. It's my sons now.

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I have one and love it....but why not add to the fleet
 

Find Kill Stuff

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Angled. To me it seems easier for up/downhill. Rotate 90 degrees and then it's a straight scope for flatland. Best of both worlds.
 

schmalts

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Bigger is always better until you have to pack it. I would never go less than 65mm anymore.
 
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