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David Sparks Ph.d Good Scopes
by David Sparks Ph.d, click here for bio

Program: Sportsman's Spotlight
Date: August 29, 2017

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The old cliché you get what you paid for certainly applies when it comes to scopes for your rifle. Pay $100 for a scope and it probably won’t last very long but pay $1600 and it’s a whole different story. I talked to a scope expert and specialist named Adam. “ With a $1600 scope you’re going to have better glass for one and you are going to have coatings on the lenses. With the coatings, they basically take a room, deprived the room of all its oxygen, people wearing suits and oxygen providing masks go into the room, they take the glass and dip it in this clear coating so that there is no oxygen between the coating and the glass and provides a crystal clear appearance through the glass and the $1600 scope dips their lenses 32 times. What that does is in low light conditions, first thing in the morning, in the evening, cloudy days, things like that, you are retaining so much light and you can see a lot sooner than you can with a cheaper scope.

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