I have a pair of these and I HIGHLY recommend them, they are a little more than $500, but well worth it, plus the warranty is unmatched.dkhntrdstn said:I have looked at them and they where clear as heck. They are my next pair.
cheack this one out.http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/templ ... hasJS=true
+1alpinebowman said:Look at doctor optics. made by ziess and they are very comparable to the high end stuff. you should be able to find a pair for just under $500 and you will think you spent $2000
:lol: .... I'm in this situation too, except I've decided to get glass with my refund (a new gun isn't as high on the totem pole, I guess) and save up for a few months for the new pistol and then hit some of the outdoor store sales later in the spring for a tent and sleeping bag. I've been looking at Alpen, Nikon and some of the Leupold glass to get me started.... Its amazing the discounts you can find if you look hard enough on the internet. 8) I've heard you can't beat good high dollar glass but I've found you can certainly find places with a couple hundred, if not more, dollars knocked off the MSRP. Could be that they're last years models... but do we really care??GSPS ROCK said:You have a few more months before you need them, work hard and save a few more $$$$ and go with the Cabelas Euro's you will not be disappointed! In fact you will probably send me a PM and say thanks!
You can't beat that deal. I'm contemplating the same type trade up to the euros from my AG's myself.elk22hunter said:I just purchased the Euro's from Cabela's also. I love them. The coolest part about it is if for any reason I choose to upgrade to a Higher end bino, they will credit my purchase amount towards the new ones at any time. How can you beat that?