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Discussion in 'Muzzleloaders' started by kyoutdoorsman, Oct 8, 2019.
What's your go to scope for the muzzleloader
I've had a high country 3X9X40 on my muzzle loader since I bought it in the early 90's. Works just perfect for a muzzle loader.
Any 3x9 will work just fine as long as it’s not a rimfire scope. Mine is a Nikon I believe. I just like their glass better.
I always used a fixed 4x40 (or iron sight) on my muzzleloaders and had no issue. Bought a new one with 3-9x40 Kona Pro BDC included. One season in I like it. Don't see me switching until that changes.
My wife has an old Tasco 3X9X50 on her 336. She has killed a lot of deer in the last 15 years and it has stayed on perfect zero every season. I don't know about the newer Tascos but the quality is probably not as good. She uses open sights on her ML and doesn't want a scope on it.
Her eyes are better than mine.
Old VX 2 Leupold 3x9.
Leupold on all guns, for me
Leupold on all my gun vari 2&3 for me
Can you even call it a scope without a gold ring? Lol I'm down to one Nikon that's still a decent scope for what i use it for. For hunting in those low light conditions its Leupold all the way.
im sure there are better ones out there but for what i can afford i like Leupold
There's much better out there. I have a few. But for critter killing, Leupold is the best I can find for the money. They're perfect for hunting guns
I got nitrex and Simmons on both our muzzleloaders
a Schmidt and Bender fixed 6X.
I still have to take you up on that offer and look through one of those scopes.... Actually I better not. I need to keep my standards where they are !