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    nightforce 42x br scopes

    euro optics ( check spelling) has 42 new with cross hair only for just over $1000

    do a search and save some bucks

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    [QUOTE=rsmithsr;828594]euro optics ( check spelling) has 42 new with cross hair only for just over $1000

    do a search and save some bucks[/QUOTE

    Why do you suppose Nightforce quit making those?

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    [QUOTE=jackie schmidt;828602]
    Quote Originally Posted by rsmithsr View Post
    euro optics ( check spelling) has 42 new with cross hair only for just over $1000

    do a search and save some bucks[/QUOTE

    Why do you suppose Nightforce quit making those?
    They have said, explicitly why. The Benchrest market, at present is too small for continued production and when supplies go and if demand returns to a reasonable level they may do runs.

    Do you have reason to believe there is a quality related reason ?

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    Knight Force

    I own a 42 power knight force and it is by far the best scope I have ever owned.
    If I had the money I’d buy another for a spare.

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    [QUOTE=jackie schmidt;828602]
    Quote Originally Posted by rsmithsr View Post
    euro optics ( check spelling) has 42 new with cross hair only for just over $1000

    do a search and save some bucks[/QUOTE

    Why do you suppose Nightforce quit making those?

    [QUOTE=tim;828603]
    Quote Originally Posted by jackie schmidt View Post

    They have said, explicitly why. The Benchrest market, at present is too small for continued production and when supplies go and if demand returns to a reasonable level they may do runs.

    Do you have reason to believe there is a quality related reason ?

    My understanding is the reason has nothing to do with the quality or the numbers sold. I wouldn’t own one if the quality was not exceptional.

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    [QUOTE=Michael Huebner;828612][QUOTE=jackie schmidt;828602]


    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post


    My understanding is the reason has nothing to do with the quality or the numbers sold. I wouldn’t own one if the quality was not exceptional.
    The market numbers deal comes directly from their HQ press release.
    If there is another, I would love to hear it.

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    if you are shooting an older lue 36x, you will not believe how bright and clear this is.

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    I bought one recently

    I found one with a dot, new in the box for a good price. I had considered earlier buying one with a crosshair only but wanted a dot. The Factory told me they had two dot reticles left and if I wanted one they would hold it for me. They may still have them for all I know.

    I like the one I have, very clear and bright. With Weaver having gone away, one has to do something, eh? I really don't like magnification much beyond 40 anyway and didn't want to spend the extra for the big variable.

    Pete

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