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For those on the fence

Chesapeake

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Aug 24, 2010
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SW Washington
My buddy has used them for the last few seasons. They seem pretty good, but I like my Swarovski’s better optically and build quality.
They seem to survive the rain and temp swings of elk hunting North Idaho just fine.
He complains the non-locking diopter moves all the time now. Waiting for a version with locking diopter.
Always the issue with cheap glass. Good for a season or two and then the loose hinge, diopter, and eye cups will drive you nuts.
 

Big Stick

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Nov 18, 2007
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Paradise
Riggin' that works here,will work everywhere and I'll take a small optical hit,to gain a HUGE ranging advantage................
 

MontanaMan

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Nov 28, 2007
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Good price..............Sig is making some decent stuff other than guns.

I lke their red dots & I picked up a 4-16x Tango FFP scope last year at a good price & so far, it's been solid, time will tell.

MM
 
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snowchaser

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Jul 27, 2010
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vermont
Does anybody know what the difference is or is there a difference between the black and green models of the sig 3000 Binos ?
 

snowchaser

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Jul 27, 2010
199
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vermont
I was in the local Bass Pro a couple of weeks ago and compared them with the Geovids and thought they were better. Granted it was in the store and the farthest I could see was a 100 yds, but i liked the sigs better.