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Sig Sauer Scopes


Post by crazy2medic » Tue Mar 20, 2018 10:20 am

I'm looking at a Sig Sauer scope for my 6mm-06, does anybody have one and what's your opinion of it?
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Re: Sig Sauer Scopes


Post by karder » Tue Mar 20, 2018 10:53 am

My brother has one on his AR. I can't remember which model but it seems good for the money. The glass seems nice and clear and the image is bright. He has been running it for about 3 years and likes it.
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Post by jason812 » Tue Mar 20, 2018 11:02 am

I have 2 that I got very good deals on, both have the fire dot.

One is a Whiskey5 1x5-20 that was used at my LGS. It was in an Aero one piece mount. Said the guy bought it cause he wanted a light weight scope then wasn't happy with the low magnification. I was wanting a 1x5 for my M4gery and narrowed my choices to Sig, Leupold, and Vortex. Of the three, I liked the dot on the Sig and Leupold. I was leaning more to the Leupold because I have a VX3 and I knew what I was getting. LGS had the scope for months on the counter and after looking at it several times, I was told a price that I couldn't say no to. I believe it is every bit as good as Leupold's offering.

Other is a Whiskey3 2x7-33 that I put on my parts gun. It was a last year model that went on sale. I didn't want to put an expensive scope on a beater gun I built for less than $250.

Needless to say, I've been happy with mine and if I were in the market for a 5x25, I would seriously consider what Sig has to offer.

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