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Old 04-02-2010, 10:30 AM   #1
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Default Entry level 3D scope sight?

My daughter will be returning to 3D after about 15 years off. She wants to shoot with a 3X scope and sight. Which models are now available for her at a moderate/entry level costs? Thanks...
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There is another thread on here titled 1st scope that popped up today. Check it also.


Viper makes a dang good scope for $100. It comews with housing, up pin, and Swarovski lens
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HHA now offers the scope used on their popular hunting sites, on a threaded rod and choice of fiber size. They also make a lens kits in 2,4, & 6x.

"entry level" priced.


I switched from a 29 mm Sure-loc to the HHA 1 5/8" housing with .010 pin. Great sight picture, and plenty of peep/light on those darker targets.

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I also meant the sight itself. Sorry...
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I also meant the sight itself. Sorry...

Check out the Sure-Loc Challenger series.


http://www.sureloc.com/forms/orderform.html
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The System from BD Archery is a good quality slider at a very reasonable price. Alot of the guys at my local club use them and love them.
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DW and I both use HHA 5000-series sliders for 3-D. Well made and a good bright sight picture. I'd reccomend the 0.29 pin and the adjustable housing to increase/decrease light to the fiber optics. HHA also makes a small light attachment that is great for indoor and dark cedar brakes. I wouldn't reccomend more than a 4X as at close ranges you tend to lose the anatomy of the target IF the 12 ring isn't apparent. Break her in without the scope and then add it later.
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I have an older CBE TH3 and Viper 3 X scope. Scope the smaller size 1 3/8" housing. Red up pin.

1 3/8" housing.


I could sale it for $150.00. Would make a good starter set up for anyone. Dont think you find a combo any cheaper.


Let me know if your interested and Ill send some picture.


Sureloc Challengers and older CBE make good choices.
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