Eagle eye scopes?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by corpis66, Feb 27, 2006.

  1. corpis66

    corpis66 New Member

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    has anyone used them? i am interested in the 2-6x28 compact series for my A2 bushmaster, mostly for plinkin out to a max of 300yards.. and some coyote huntin.... i would like some input, heres a link if ya'll want http://qualityriflescopes.com/product.php?productid=19&cat=1&page=1
    2-6X28 COMPACT SCOPE :: Compacts (SKS, AR & Carbine Type) :: RifleScopes :: Quality Rifle Scopes...

    thanks.
  2. wolfgang2000

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    I don't remember if my 2x6 scope was a "eagle" brand name, but they look the same. Mine had 1/2 " adjustment clicks. Mine was a piece a junk! after 5 shots from my SKS the reticle broke loose. I tossed it. :mad:
  3. corpis66

    corpis66 New Member

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    Welp... :eek: Wolf, thats a good enough reason for me to look elsewhere.. thanks!
  4. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    BUY Burris and you will never be unhappy.
    Yep the cost a little more but you can run over it with your truck and they will take care of the problem no question asked. I have tried other brands and even own a couple of Leupold, howevere I prefer Burris to all others bar none.
    just my 2 cents
    Ron
  5. corpis66

    corpis66 New Member

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    Thanks for the input Ron!
    I'll have to give 'em a look!
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    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    check your emails ;)
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    Ron, You're right. Burris is a great scope. They give you great service, even if wasn't their fault.
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    I hate agreeing with 358 Winchester...........I have a couple of Burris scopes and the reason I purchased them is because I'm tired of replacing a scope every year..........pay a couple of extra dollars and you have a good scope for life.

    Ask me .............I'm cheap and proud of it.

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  9. Marlin

    Marlin *TFF Admin Staff Chief Counselor*

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    I can add to the favorable comments about Burris. I had difficulty with several brands due to eye relief problems. Ron put me on to the Burris a couple years ago and it is the best I've used.

    Never had the sheckles to get a Leupold but have used my son's on occasion. Like the Burris better.
  10. bigskycowboy

    bigskycowboy New Member

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    Eagle Eye rifle scopes are great as far as I'm concerned, I have 3 of them and have used them real hard since last spring, I was a little concerned about warranty but they are covered by lifetime warranty an a satisfaction guarantee, I talked to a fella that shoots 50 BMG and has over 700 shots through it, thats how i heard about them. They are priced right and I'm real pleased with them. Big sky cowboy
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