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Thread: Matrix 380 bulldog scope choices

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    Re: Matrix 380 bulldog scope choices

    Quote Originally Posted by tyreguy View Post
    Bought a tact100 for my 380 online for $250

    have mounted it but not shot it yet, looks good so far.
    Ya it sounds good , anyone use a Hawke or a MA3TY ?
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    Re: Matrix 380 bulldog scope choices

    Quote Originally Posted by Ubertuber View Post
    I have a Tact 100 on my 360 TD. Nice scope. Clear and bright. That's the route I'd go if I were looking to upgrade.
    Sounds good . i dont mind spending a few bucks more . but ya i would like to upgrade to something sweet . i plan on using it a lot more . had letting it sit and collect dust .bought it for a reason and its a good sport .
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    Re: Matrix 380 bulldog scope choices

    Does anyone have experience with the Excalibur "Twilight DLX" scope, and if so are higher scope mounts required compared to what is supplied for the stock tact-zone?

    Seems it might be a good choice with the 44 mm objective and at under $300 at most retailers is not breaking the bank as far as scopes go.

    I know I lost out on a good shooting opportunity this year because I couldn't see as well through my tact-zone scope (shooting out of a pop up ground blind which blocks out a lot of light) as I wanted to and couldn't make out the back crease on the shoulder just as shooting light was fading.

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    Re: Matrix 380 bulldog scope choices

    i just got a quote for a hawke 3x32 250 bucks new . and ya i want to up my scope too . seems like a smart move .
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