Nightforce 2.5-10x42

Thebear_78

Active member
Sep 30, 2004
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Get the 300 havak out to the range. A last minute replacement of the leupold 3-15x44 VX5HD made the havak an option again this year. The NF 2.5-10 was a great fit for the havak.

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Quickly zeroed and ran it out to 300 and back. Adjustment was spot on and returned to zero. Glass is great and illuminated reticle is very nice at low light.

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This is 3 shots suppressed and 3 unsupressed. I get a pretty repeatable vertical shift with the thunderbeast of roughly 2 moa


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DrMike

Well-known member
Nov 8, 2006
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Certainly a quality scope, and your experience lends credibility to the general assessment. Some fine work you're presenting.
 

SJB358

Well-known member
Dec 24, 2006
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Very nice Bear. That is one of my favorites. Not a super heavy scope for the capability.
 

FOTIS

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Staff member
Oct 30, 2004
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I love mine. I have one of the 378 weatherby and one on the 416 weatherby
 

Alderman

Active member
Apr 5, 2014
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Always nice to see something from a newer line up that works well.
Growing up the choices for a quality scope were a lot slimmer with Leupold, Redfield, Burris and Weaver making the list as somewhat affordable. Recently I was able to try out the Hawke line up and also my first from Vortex. Sounds like the NF is worthy of consideration also. It’s helpful to get some real use results before laying out the cash.


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