Originally Posted by SDplinker
Is this the model I see referenced on STB by some shooters that shoot the "PR Leupolds"?
I've never seen one in person here in the USA although I'm sure they are out there. Sounds great but is it any better than a new Leup Comp for the same price? Also not sure the fine crosshair reticle will be any good for FT and from what I read on the web, nobody will work on these any more..
Those that own these in the UK....what's your plan should you need work? hate to drop $1000 on something that can't/won't be fixed by anybody let alone have reticle work done.
That scope works out at £624 according to Yahoo convert which is a good price.
6 of one half a dozen of the other really when it comes to Comp V Mk4
x40 Comp, slower in / out focus
Mk4 nice quick snaps in / out
Both range find find very well
Comps known to shift in heat.
Not had heat shift problem with eihter of my mk4 (cold day5 degress and under only shift i see)
I have used 4 different ret mk4 scopes, my fave is the no 27 which is a thin ret + well spaced mil dots.
I did however use a x32 mk4 which had just a fine scross hair and one with fine cross hair and target dot, both of the x32 mk4 were very good. Not as good as x 35 though, but x32 over here you can pick up for £400 -600.
mk4 x35 £6 -800. Comps are about the same price at about £700 ish
If my mk4s were gone, I would probably be looking at a x45 Comp, thats the best range finding scope I have used and at £800 is good value for money.