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 Post subject: Bushnell
PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2009 9:55 pm 
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I'm wondering which bushnell scope that can adjust AO (focus) to nearest
a couple feet ?


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How about 32-5155M , anybody ever try one or own one .....


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I did find the specs for it and the 32-5155M will focus down to 10yards, no target turrets and Multi-x recticle....
http://www.bushnell.com/general/riflesc ... -5155m.cfm

The 32-5154T has Target turrets, Mil-dot Recticle and focuses down to 10yards which would make it more suitable for FT straight out of the box ....
http://www.bushnell.com/general/riflesc ... -5154t.cfm

It would be nice to hear from those who have one...

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Parker_101_ wrote:
I did find the specs for it and the 32-5155M will focus down to 10yards, no target turrets and Multi-x recticle....
http://www.bushnell.com/general/riflesc ... -5155m.cfm

The 32-5154T has Target turrets, Mil-dot Recticle and focuses down to 10yards which would make it more suitable for FT straight out of the box ....
http://www.bushnell.com/general/riflesc ... -5154t.cfm

It would be nice to hear from those who have one...


Perhaps it is worthed to get the T, it's 45 bucks more ....


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I have the 5-15 Legend which advertises down to 10 yards...but in fact actually goes a little closer. Doesn't Supr have the second one listed there? I'm pretty sure that's what he used last shoot?

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windbag wrote:
I have the 5-15 Legend which advertises down to 10 yards...but in fact actually goes a little closer. Doesn't Supr have the second one listed there? I'm pretty sure that's what he used last shoot?


How do you rate on the focusing, coming in and out of the focus in within a couple yards ?


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 Post subject: Re: Bushnell
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The 32-5154T has Target turrets, Mil-dot Recticle and focuses down to 10yards which would make it more suitable for FT straight out of the box ....
http://www.bushnell.com/general/riflesc ... -5154t.cfm

It would be nice to hear from those who have one...

As windbag states, that is the scope that I have on my FWB 300S FT rig, and I love it. Those target turrets are great - firm, solid detents, and a large, easy to turn knob. I wish that they offered these turrets on the Elite 4200, 8-32 x 40. Clear optics, and the rangefinding is decent. I have three of these scopes now - one on my AA S400E, one on the FWB 300S FT rifle, and one awaiting mounting on my Anschutz 54 rimmy.
HTH with your decision, Sniper.


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Another scope that I had in mind was Burris Timberline 4.5-14 x32, parallax adjustable to 7 yards.

Specifications
Weight (oz): 15
Ballistic Plex
Length (in): 11.3
Eye Relief (in): 5 - 3.75
Field of View @ 100yds (ft): 17 - 6.3
Exit Pupil (mm): 7.1 - 2.3
MOA: 1/8
Lens Coating: Fully Multi-Coated
Warranty: Forever

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