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Old 01-11-2010, 02:18 PM
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Ok I bought a new TC Omega muzzleloader .
I,m pulling my hair out on scope choices .
I.ll be using the ML abought 3 weeks out o the season at most .
I want a decent scope .
I narrowed it down to ..
1. Nikon Omega w/ BDC #8401 $197.00
2.Nikon Buckmaster w/BDC #6421 $194.99
3. Leupold Ultimate slam ML w/ SBC #65480 $239.00

Thinking of getting the Nikon Buckmaster series because it has a wider field of view , but is the BDC going to be any good to me because its made for a rifle ??
I also like the lighter weight and shorter length of the Omega , but it has a smaller field of view..

Any thoughts or suggestions ...
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Old 01-12-2010, 09:09 AM
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If it were mine, I'd put a Sightron SII 4X scope with duplex reticle. Fixed scopes are tough and work great on shorter ranges. These can be had for under $200.
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