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dutchhunter
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Tac zone

Post by dutchhunter » Thu Feb 22, 2018 4:28 pm

I got my new tac zone scope in the mail today. Love it so far..has anyone tried this scope on a shotgun for turkey and deer.i have a chance to buy a second one and really like the scope
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janesy
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Re: Tac zone

Post by janesy » Thu Feb 22, 2018 5:43 pm

Its not designed for a rifle or shotgun. They are designed for a crossbow or airgyn to be able to support recoil on the opposite direction than a shotgun.
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Re: Tac zone

Post by xcaliber » Thu Feb 22, 2018 6:31 pm

The only real advantage might be the lighted reticle. I would look at a Leupold, not sure which model has the lighted reticle, but there are more than one. I too find Crossbow Scopes less than desirable for guns, especially higher powered models like shotguns & Muzzle Loaders.
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