Yeah, the thread title pretty well sums it up. What are some advantages/disadvantages of each. I'm trying to figure out which way to go...
Thanks cs1973 thats good advise.I only wish you had told me 2 years ago when I was trying to figure out why, on occasion my groups would move.:teeth:cs1973 said:i use both but prefer the center drilled lens. i can still use a stick on dot or a fibre optic.
heavy dart, as for cleaning lenses and possibly having the stick on dot stuck on a bit off centre, i usually put a small mark on the bottom of the lens and make sure the lens goes back in the scope the same way every time. works for me and its added insurance incase things arent exactly centred
Alright, price is no object... what would you go with?heavy dart said:Drilled Feather Vision that is.
I think it is very good compared to a lot of others in that price range,but if you are prepared to spent some serious dough,there are some amazing optics out there.
Yeah, I was really leaning toward the CR Apex with a drilled lense... only problem is the lense I was looking at (the verde) aparently isn't available drilled. So that brought me over to the Classic scopes which use Zeiss lenses.heavy dart said:Well I did get a peek threw a Sureloc Swarovski,as well as a Zeiss.Both were amazing compared to what I am used to.