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Hi all I'm planning on getting a savage axis in .308 and was wondering what a good scope would be in the 100$ range I shouldn't be shooting over 150-200 yards any help will be appreciated.
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Or would it be worth it to save and get a Stevens 200 .308? Which is better for price?
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I got the Stevens 200 308 for the mid $300's. Great rifle, has the tupperware stock, and it kicks like a mule. I could only ever stand to shoot about 5-6 rounds. Pretty accurate, and you can buy all sorts of add-ons.

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Or would it be worth it to save and get a Stevens 200 .308? Which is better for price?
Save for the 200. Its a model 10 with old style trigger (still adjustable) and ugly gray stock. I had a axis in .223 and regretted not going with the stevens. A nikon prostaff would be a good scope.
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Nikon ProStaff 3x9x40. Having a $30 instant rebate right now. $130 total. Hard to beat that deal.
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save your money and get the "weaver tactcal grand slam mildot" it has alot of the options that higher priced long range/sniper scopes have......
i have one on my savage 10 fcp hs prec .308 and its a great scope and a great price@ 299.00
http://www.midwayusa.com/Product/598...-reticle-matte
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For that range and price just pick up a Bushnell.
http://swfa.com/Bushnell-Banner-Dusk...copes-C69.aspx
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