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    Spotting scope

    Ok, so I broke my bushnell spotting scope, and I'm on the hunt for a new one. Anyone have any recomendations? Would like to hear your opinions/experiences with something in the $350 range.

    Need about 60x to 75x power, prefer angled eyepiece, unless there's a good reason not to have one.

    Let's here it. Thanks in advance.

    Zhur

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    Can not help you in that price range. Several years back I bought a Swarovski. The next year they came out with the compact design. I could have kicked myself. However it is awesome. I can see mountains and valley's on the moon, literally.

    Now I would still consider Swarovski, Zeiss, Nikon and even the Leopuld compact but it is double the money you want to spend.

    I spend hours behind my glass during hunting season and I found it pays to spend more money for the ease of use, less eye fatigue, etc.

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    i have had good luck with nikon optics of all types

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    Alpen has been good.

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