What spotting scope and binoculars are you running?

Matt Cashell

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Mostly my 10X42 SLC neu, Vortex Razor 85HD, Nikon ED50, and Zen Ray ED2 10X43. Maybe some others like my classic Zeiss Jena 8X30s, depending.
 

coop2424

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Leupold 10x42 pinnacles and Leupold golden ring 12x40x60 HD. Thinking about switching the binos to Zen Ray's but not sure yet.
 

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Leaupold Cascades 10x42 and Swarovski STS 20-60x80HD. I really want to upgrade my binos, but good one's are really spendy.
 

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Leica 10x42 Ultra's, Nikon ED50, and Leica televid 62
 

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Last two years I have run 10X42 Swaro ELs and 20-60X65mm HD ATS spotter. I am thinking about going Zeiss or Swaros in the 8X32 range to save some weight on the trips the spotter is along on though.
 

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Last two years I have run 10X42 Swaro ELs and 20-60X65mm HD ATS spotter. I am thinking about going Zeiss or Swaros in the 8X32 range to save some weight on the trips the spotter is along on though.
Luke, you may want to check out the Meopta Meostar 8x32. It is a great little bin that performs like the Zeiss and Swaro, but is a little less expensive.
 

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Swaro 12x50 and STM 20-60x65 spotter....but I really want a new and improved Zeiss rangefinding binocular.
 
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