POLL: Which SPOTTING SCOPE optic do you use?

Which SPOTTING SCOPE optic do you use?

  • Vortex

  • Swarovski

  • Kowa

  • Nikon

  • Leupold

  • Zeiss

  • Leica

  • Bushnell

  • Meopta

  • Maven


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smokingfire

Active Member
Messages
160
Curious to see the difference between binos vs spotters.

The poll only allows 10 options so just write your response if you don't see yours on the list.
 

elkassassin

Long Time Member
Messages
26,302
1978 Bushnell!

When HELL-RIGHT is Enforced You can Sell all Your High Dollar Optics cuzz there Ain't Much to see anyway!
 

Blank

Long Time Member
Messages
3,074
Leupold 12-40X, fits great in the pack and never feel like leaving it out due to weight.
 

Sallaberry

Active Member
Messages
441
95mm btx it’s a curse got it last year used it for a couple of days on an archery hunt with my uncle. No one to speak of in my circle got tags last year. I love it but the hard thing is no zoom. So I either leave the multiplier on and have fixed 60 great at long distance or leave it a fixed 35 for closer ranges. I don’t want to be taking it apart all the time so I leave it on. Good trade off for not having all the eye fatigue looking threw a traditional spotter.
 

Sallaberry

Active Member
Messages
441
Takes unreal pictures this was part of the problem hunting aug 2019

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HIcountryman

Active Member
Messages
872
vortex diamondback (20-40X) x 60mm with angled eyepiece ... i think. it's what my budget allows for. my friend with Swaro spotter was impressed by my vortex. of course Swaro is better, but he said i got a great value.

i would be scared to leave the $3000 scope in my pack waiting while i pack out an animal. don't have to worry about that with the Vortex.

now if they would only come out with double eye/BTX style eyepiece!
 

littlebighorn

Long Time Member
Messages
4,157
After comparing them side by side with Swaro and Leica, the KOWA kicks butt in my opinion. And they are considerable less money.
We have the 88mm and it's awesome.
 

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