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Thread: Sightron SIII6-24X50 FFP LRMOA

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    Sightron SIII6-24X50 FFP LRMOA

    Hi guys,

    Just wondering if you all would recommend this scope for a TRG 42 chambered in .338 Lapua ? Looking for a good decent scope without spending $4000

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    I have this exact scope although in SFP, and I love it. Very great quality glass, love the exposed turrets too. Nice firm audible clicks. Buy with confidence!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patt08 View Post
    I have this exact scope although in SFP, and I love it. Very great quality glass, love the exposed turrets too. Nice firm audible clicks. Buy with confidence!
    I just picked up one as well in SFP and it is great! It is bright, sharp and clear. You can't go wrong with one of these Sightrons.

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    Sounds good guys. Do you all think it will hold up to the 338 Lapua though ?

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    I owned this scope in SPF as well and it was flawless. I also owned the 8-32 and if you are going to be shooting longer distances with that 338, it might be a good choice as well? No FFP in those though.

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    I don't see why it wouldnt.

    Quote Originally Posted by Newfie_1986 View Post
    Sounds good guys. Do you all think it will hold up to the 338 Lapua though ?
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