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Weaver Classic V-Series 2-10x38mm Rifle Scope
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I have had this scope for 4 years now, it was at first on my Savage .22-250 for hunting coyotes, Now its on my Winchester Mod. 70 7MM rem Mag. Every t...
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7 Classic V-10's later...

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on December 18, 2013
I have these scopes on rifles ranging from .223 Rem. (Ruger #1)through .30-06 (Ruger #1) and .300 Weatherby (Win. Mod. 70 stainless Classic). The low end is excellent for close range work on varmints to large game, the high end as much as you'll get for a scope this compact, plus if there's any mirage running, more than 10x hurts more than it helps. I have many speciality scopes in other ranges, but this is my general purpose 'workhorse' because it 'does it all'. I have had no problems with any of the seven I own.
Pros: power range, compactness, bright optics
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Very nice scope.

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on May 15, 2012
Nice size and good quality, mounted on Ruger 77/22, looks good and provides good performance in a resonable size.
Pros: Size, apperance and quality.
Cons: No problems as of now...
Would recommend: Yes
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Weaver V-10 2-10x38

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on January 21, 2011
Excellant for bush shooting in New Zealand with the low power (2) but having the 10 x power is excellant for longer range shots in the open. Second of these scopes I have purchased and no problems
Pros: Excellant range of mangification
Cons: nil...
Would recommend: Yes
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A real winner! This scope rules!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, MO Written on September 14, 2009
Being from the "old school" of shooting, large objective lenses are prohibited. Anything larger than 40mm is a no go and I prefer 32mm to 38mm. This lets me mount the scope low to where my cheek naturally rests on the stock. Obviously this 38mm allows me to do the same. Most of you "50mm guys" just don't get it. It doesn't take a large optic to shoot long distances! I was raised with the older generation Weaver scopes and they're were truely tough. Hardcore TOUGH and would take massive abuse. I was a little concerned when ordering my V10 because it has been years since I purchased a new Weaver. I must say I now know that I made a very wise purchase. The 2-10 power range covers any situation that I'll encounter. Please note, my V10 has the Ballistic-X reticle. It gets me on target out to 600 yds. I reload and I load to the specs of the reticle for my caliber. Its a fabulous and practical reticle. As with most scopes, when you learn the subtension measurements, you can estimate on range. I will be buying another one of these scopes to mount on my other CF rifle. And probably a rimfire version for a 10/22. Don't let the relatively low cost fool you.... this scope delivers!!!!!
Pros: Practical, Tough, Low Cost
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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You won't be dissapointed!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, MN Written on December 4, 2008
I have had this scope for 4 years now, it was at first on my Savage .22-250 for hunting coyotes, Now its on my Winchester Mod. 70 7MM rem Mag. Every time you take the gun out of the case it is DEAD ON! when I was coyote hunting it speant alot of time in the case in the back of my pickup.
I bought this scope after shooting my Sister-in-laws .243 savage with a V10 on it, I liked it so much I drove 150 miles round trip that day to got to Gander mtn. to buy one!
I had 2 Tasco's and a Bushnell before and they would be off every time!
My wife has a VX-II 2-7x Leupold, and it barely edges it out on clarity, but the higher magnification is nice for that 300yd shot, also the VX-2 is $75 more and isn't that much better. I hope to buy a V16 or V24 for the .22-250 soon. With the V10 you get better than you pay for!
Pros: Clear Optics
Cons: Variable Mag. knob hard to turn when cold....
Would recommend: No
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