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    Your very welcome, remember..............all of us at some point in our lives have had to watch our budgets. Buy the best gear you can afford and go huntin

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    My buck this year was first spotted at 2 miles...then moved a bit closer to put the spotting scope on him...heat waves were bad by then....had to use lower mag to judge him from about a mile out...plan a stalk...all worked out! Good luck!

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    I have been using a buddies Nikon ED 50 for a few years. Great clarity,compact and light weight. We also take it with us on
    vacation frequently. Because of it's compact size it easily fits into a carry on bag.
    In Texas we frequently spot deer in the 1-2 mile range usually on sidehills or across wheat fields.
    http://i1216.photobucket.com/albums/...Fieldscope.jpg
    Bart
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    www.nikonhunting.com

 

 

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