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  • AKM47

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    He is using .223/5.56? Unless he's got some 24" bull barrel he's not, or at least shouldn't be, shooting far enough to need FFP.

    ESPECIALLY when we are talking budget optics.

    FFP won't help when the optic is too dark to judge range or what you are even looking at.

    If he wants magnification, Get this

    Get this If he wants an LPVO

    Get some halfway decent rings
    How about these
    Vortex Crossfire II 3-9x40 Rifle Scope, Dead-Hold BDC Reticle CF2-31007
    Ade Advanced Optics 1-6x28
    Bushnell Nitro rifle scope 2.5-10x44
    Will check on the SWFA SS 10x42 MOA
     

    zackmars

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    How about these
    Vortex Crossfire II 3-9x40 Rifle Scope, Dead-Hold BDC Reticle CF2-31007
    Ade Advanced Optics 1-6x28
    Bushnell Nitro rifle scope 2.5-10x44
    Will check on the SWFA SS 10x42 MOA
    Of those 3, I'd go vortex, only because they will stand behind their product.

    Bushnell might be ok, but i have no experience with that model.

    The SWFA SS is a combat proven optic and a great value. They lacks some bells and whistles, but those cost extra
     

    zackmars

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    Understand that a fixed 10 power is very limiting, but assuming you want to stay at $200 or less, you will have to make sacrifices to still have a useable optic

    A fixed 10x will be a lot better than a Chinese 1-6 that can't hold zero
     

    AKM47

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    Of those 3, I'd go vortex, only because they will stand behind their product.

    Bushnell might be ok, but i have no experience with that model.

    The SWFA SS is a combat proven optic and a great value. They lacks some bells and whistles, but those cost extra
    Did some research on the SWFA SS 10x42 MOA and I noticed it uses MRAD and not 1/4 or 1/2 MOA turrets which he is used to
     

    zackmars

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    https://www.swfa.com/swfa-ss-10x42-tactical-30mm-riflescope-6.html
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