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    I bought a pair of Sworovski EL 10x42 four yrs ago. After the purchase I had that guilty buyers remorse on the way home haha. First day in the field with them and that all went away! Best binos I have ever had. Love em!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    BB how do the 8x32 and 10x42 EL's compare? I really like my 10x42 EL's but the 8x32 looks interesting because they are lighter and smaller.
    They compare quite favorably. The 8X32s have better CA correction, and a wider FOV than the bigger 10x42s (this is in regards to non-SV models). The 8x32s can be found used for pretty good deals with the release of the SV versions.

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    Currently using Vortex Diamondback 10x42s. Love them!

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    Swarovski 10x42 EL Range and Swarovski SLC 15x56 for glassing off a tripod.
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    I'm packing Swarovski EL 10x32 Swarovisions and love them. I have had old style Swaro 10x42 slc's, Zeiss victory 10x32 fl's, old style EL 10x42's and now these 10x32's. No more changing binos......

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    I stepped it up this season to the 12x50 razor hd's still getting used to them with a rapid heart beat. I'll be keeping the tripod close by for longer sessions for sure.
    http://www.solooutdoor.com/ Contact me for used optic specials!

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    Leica 12x50

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    Swaros in slc 10-42. I love them and have converted many to them. I also carry a Leica 1600 ranger finder and I love it.

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    My new SLC in 10x42

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    Quote Originally Posted by southernidahohunter View Post
    Currently using Vortex Diamondback 10x42s.
    Same here.

 

 

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