Yeah you're good... No worries :) I think I may have to just let it go... It was a great price but it just isn't going to work. The BRH is another $200 and with NZ in 5 weeks the wife might use that scope on me if I keep dropping the big coinage.
Thanks for the offer and all the input!!
So I see Cabela's has the Swarovski Z3 on sale plus if you are a Cabela's Visa card holder you can get 0% interest for 12 months if you put it on the card. They now have the adjustable turrets, so splitting hairs over the reticle is not that important.
BB, overall are you happy with the scope over the past year and a half?
Anybody else in this hunting forum world have any experience using this scope?
I am considering upgrading. I put a Leupold Rifleman I had on my Remington .270WSM and was very pleased with it. Shot less than a 1" group last year at the range. The gun proceeding to sit in the gun safe all year. Then I take it out early this year to make sure where I left it is where it is. I my surprise, the scope was way off, taking me a whole box of shells to get back on. Just couldn't understand it, for 2 years using manufactured ammunition (Remington Premier 150gr AccuTip Boattails) the group was money. Then all of a sudden its off. I normally run Leupold VX-2s but had this Rifleman laying around so I figured what the hell when I bought the rifle.
Anyways...............got side tracked there for a second. Again, for basically $90 a month, I can get the Z3............good buy or not? Why?
Thank you for your thoughts in advance.
Just looked at the promotion again...............only have till October 31st to make the decision. S***, I normally take weeks to do proper research. Oh well, hopefully I get something here. Thanks
I don't buy stuff on credit whenever I can avoid it, even when it is 0% for 12 months.
I love the Swarovski Z3. It has been a tough, durable scope for me with top notch optical performance. I like the BRH reticle a lot as well.
Thank you sir, I'm curious to why you do not like taking advantage of monthly payments over a lump sum payment though.
I just don't like owing money, and there is always the chance you end up paying interest if for whatever reason you don't get it paid off in time.
Originally Posted by tdub24
That makes sense, thank you for replying.