#39787
Whirlibird
Whirlibird
Survivalist
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There is always a difference between cheap and inexpensive.

I break cheap.
Regularly.

I break inexpensive less.

What’s the difference?
The Weaver K2.5 I used on my FAL, a .45-70 and a litle .308 carbine cost under $50, but held up to more than scopes costing hundreds more.

Picked up a Simmons 1.5-5 a while back, it went away, parallax set for 75y. Just couldn’t get decent groups with it.

Why am I running a $700 scope on my .22? Because I can.
Because a $60 scope wouldn’t give the groups I needed to win.
Its a bargain when I consider what it’s done and what its held up to.

Like good boots, optics is one placw one shouldn’t economize.