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jamdon
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2019-01-30 08:38:38  

Greetings! I'm considering a purchase of the above scope. Any feedback on it's performance by anyone using this scope would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.


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Will Piatt
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2019-01-30 11:27:53  

Works for me.


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jamdon
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2019-01-30 13:36:05  

Thanks for your response.

Let me now rephrase my query by stating that I have had a few of the SIIISS10-50x60LRMD and they performed quite well after I reparallaxed them to 9.5yds. My question is to anyone with experience with both scopes:

What I’m trying to find out is if the FT version (referenced in my original post) is worth the extra coin or just buy the LRMD version for about $300 less?  The sidewheel, lit reticle and scope enhancer isn’t appealing to me. 

Thanks in advance.

 

 


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Will Piatt
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2019-01-30 16:47:00  

Sorry I tend to be a wise guy so I limit my posting. I used the FTFIRMH for 3 years in open class with good results. I use the IR in every match as it gives me an aiming point to focus on. IR is very useful on the woods courses with summer foliage. I also have a regular LRMH model. It focuses down to about 11 yds on 40X which is usable as is for FT. The one I have has better glass than the three  LRIRMH FT models I have. Non-IR is also lighter weight.

After 3 seasons of clicking my elevation turret got stiff, so after the nationals I sent it back to Sightron and they promptly serviced it. Apparently, something inside the turret came loose, but I am good to go now. Great customer service with Sightron.


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jamdon
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2019-01-30 18:18:05  

Thanks for your more detailed response....much appreciated. I have been searching but I have not been able to find a LRMH model....maybe discontinued. I guess I’ll be looking for the best deal on a FT model. Cheers!


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Hector J Medina G
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2019-01-31 09:16:00  
Posted by: jamdon

Thanks for your response.

Let me now rephrase my query by stating that I have had a few of the SIIISS10-50x60LRMD and they performed quite well after I reparallaxed them to 9.5yds. My question is to anyone with experience with both scopes:

What I’m trying to find out is if the FT version (referenced in my original post) is worth the extra coin or just buy the LRMD version for about $300 less?  The sidewheel, lit reticle and scope enhancer isn’t appealing to me. 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

Donovan;

Send me an Email.

 

 

 

HM


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Pzhills
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2019-01-31 15:01:40  
Posted by: jamdon

Thanks for your more detailed response....much appreciated. I have been searching but I have not been able to find a LRMH model....maybe discontinued. I guess I’ll be looking for the best deal on a FT model. Cheers!

Donovan,

Optics Planet has the LRIRMH, but it appears to cost a little more than the FT model.  I have one, but use it for paper punching.  I shoot HFT, so this scope is way more than what I need.

https://www.opticsplanet.com/sightron-siii-ss-10-50x60-riflescope-30mm.html

 


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