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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-24-2010, 12:32 PM Thread Starter
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Redfield Scope

Just looked at the Redfield scopes at Cabelas, they seem pretty nice for the price. What do you guys think about putting one on a Savage American Classic 300WSM ? May get one after hunting season. Does anyone on here have one and how do you like it?

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-24-2010, 01:27 PM
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Re: Redfield Scope

The older Redfield scopes were very nice and had a good reputation.
I beleive they stoped production for a long time and are now back on the market for some time now.
I liked the old widefield models, not sure if they still make them.
BPS in Harrisburg has the Leupold riffleman 3-9X40 on sale for $159.00, a good scope at a great price.

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Re: Redfield Scope

redfield is now made by leupold so they will be made well and worth the money.

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redfield is now made by leupold so they will be made well and worth the money.
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Re: Redfield Scope

I was going to get a Redfield 2X7X33 last week from Cabelas, but they were out of stock. So I got the same in a Leupold Rifleman. It was $60 more, but I cant say I am dissapointed either, very clear and great in low light.

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Re: Redfield Scope

I own 2 Redfield's 1.5 x 5 that I bought in 1995. One is on my Winchester Model 770 30-06 & the other one is on my Winchester Featherlight Model 70 7X57 Mauser. Well worth the money. I have never had any problems with them,waterproof,fogproof,light weight,very good glass bright in low light. Both rifles have killed buck's in Pa.
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