How about this viewer? Leupold VX-1 HOG 1-4×20 Riflescope

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  1. oscar1975

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    Hello, first of all apologize for the inconvenience and secondly tell the manager that if I can not link a page of sale of hunting and if appropriate to delete the query. That said there going: I want to equip; my Remington 700 with an appropriate viewer for shooting at close range and have found this to not dislike:

    http://theopticzone.com/products-pa...leupold-vx-1-hog-1-4x20-pig-plex-matte-11493/

    As I said the Remington I want to hunt wild boar in areas with abundant vegetation, where landfills are short and want a viewer that allows me to acquire the target as quickly as possible and I found that I have put the link meets my expectations plus it is quite economical. What do you think?

    Thank You,

    Oscar.
     

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    Product Details
    The Leupold VX-1 HOG 1-4×20, Pig Plex – Rifle scopeoffers features not found in any other scope in its price range. With the Quantum Optical System and Multicoat 4 lens coatings, the Leupold VX1 riflescopes provide 92% light transmission and a clear, bright and razor sharp image for a person on a budget.
     

  3. oscar1975

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    Thank you. I think I'm going to save money for one scope better.

    Óscar.
     

  4. JTEX

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    One of my friends has that same scope on a Model 70 in 416Rem. Works real well.


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    I have used that Leopold 1 to 4 scope with different reticle on my 375 Remington for Lion, Leopard and plains game works great, in the off season I use it on a 300AAC Ar 15 for hogs. The hog is kind thick for my likings but each their own,
     

  6. oscar1975

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    But the VX-1 series is not the lowest xe Leupold. I wonder.

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    It worked great on the Lion and Leopard, the lighted reticle is sweet[​IMG]
     

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  8. oscar1975

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    Hi, I think the viewer Vx-1 Hog not carry illuminated reticle, that model to which you refer is the VX-R Hog is considerably more expensive.

    Thanks

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  9. huntingbigun

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    You are correct this is VX-R has 30mm body and fire dot recticle runs about 499.00 the other is is about 229.00 hog is cheaper but this one is much better scope "Hog" is a reticle as well as model that Leopold uses buddy has the cheaper one big difference between them when you look thru them

    This mine

    http://www.midwayusa.com/product/13...m-tube-125-4x-20mm-matte?cm_vc=ProductFinding


    This is cheaper you can see lots of difference but still good value for the money, sorry for the confusion

    http://www.midwayusa.com/product/33...m-pig-plex-reticle-matte?cm_vc=ProductFinding
     

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    Don't worry and thank you for the information.

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  11. oscar1975

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    I think in the end I will save for the VX -R and also buy the rings Leupold QR 30mm that I have are of an inch.

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