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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Help pick $2-300 AR 1x4 Scope

    I have the Millet DMS. I really like it. It might go a little over budget with the pepr mount, but that setup served me well. It currently rides on my Ruger American in x39. Still working great. The PA and Vortex are both solid options as well. I just don't have any personal experience with them. Both are good companies that stand behind their stuff though.

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    Default Re: Help pick $2-300 AR 1x4 Scope

    If you can find a Burris RT-6 in stock, I’d recommend that. A bit more power on the top end and extremely close to 1x on the bottom. The bullet drop reticle is spot on but illumination is not quite day light bright. Very happy with mine...

    If you could bump up your budget to ~$500, the Steiner P4Xi is fo’ real....

    In terms of a mount, I think the PEPR Mount is too heavy and bulky. Aero Precision mounts are around the same $$ and work well.

    https://www.graniteridgeoutfitters.c...APRA210200.htm
    Last edited by FLICK; July 6th, 2018 at 10:16 AM.
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    Default Re: Help pick $2-300 AR 1x4 Scope

    Quote Originally Posted by FLICK View Post
    If you can find a Burris RT-6 in stock, I’d recommend that. A bit more power on the top end and extremely close to 1x on the bottom. The bullet drop reticle is spot on but illumination is not quite day light bright. Very happy with mine...

    If you could bump up your budget to ~$500, the Steiner P4Xi is fo’ real....

    In terms of a mount, I think the PEPR Mount is too heavy and bulky. Aero Precision mounts are around the same $$ and work well.

    https://www.graniteridgeoutfitters.c...APRA210200.htm
    Pretty much what I had to say. If you can't go _350 for the rt6 I would go primary Arms 1x6 for sure. Aero mounts are great. Lightweight and mount well, just not quick release. I prefer them over the Burris mounts

    Check camera land new York for the rt6. Call and talk to Doug he will probably hook you up with a discount and he knows his stuff

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    Default Re: Help pick $2-300 AR 1x4 Scope


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    Default Re: Help pick $2-300 AR 1x4 Scope

    I have a couple of the Nikon p-223 scopes, the 1-4 had been fine, the 3x9 had the rubber ring come out of the front lens and I can't find the receipt so I am kind of fucked for the warranty.
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