I have one on mine and my wife's SBLs. They're decent scopes with generous eye relief. A little fisheyed at 2x, the sweet spot is around 4x but they're accurate to 100 yards+ at 7x. The small objective makes things difficult to sight in when the sun starts getting low.Has anyone mounted and used a Vortex Crossfire II 2-7 Scout Scope on a 1895? What does everyone think of it?
What height with a SBL and Crossfire Scout Scope?Might want to look at the new Leupold QRW 2 rings. They have a small improvement over the original QRW rings and are much easier to set up than the Warne or Weaver rings. I have them all but the Leupold's are a step above the others.
I bought my scout scope from the Cabelas store in Gainesville, VA so I would think the WV store would have one.Retired Engineer, Thanks!!!!
I have to bring my pup down to an orthopedic vet near Wheeling WV and will be going by the Cabela's. They are supposed to have Vortex Scout Scope. If I like it I will l8kely pick one up and a set of quick release rings. Thought about purchasing on line but something like a scope I wanted to touch and look through it.
Thanks, Navajo, all input is valuable. I have worried some about the height, one of the reasons I wanted to look at it. Although will not be able to really get a feel for it without mounting on the rifle and shooting it. Do you know if the Burris or Leupold uses low mount rings and if so, how much lower is it? As you can tell I am not an expert on scopes.