TS Leapers. Are they tough enough?

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  • #550
    ambush-hunter
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    Just wonder if they indeed can do what Leapers claim they can which is to withstand punishing double way recoil of high power springers and gas rams. For instance, W&S Patriot and Theoben Eliminator. What’s your thought?

    #25792
    y
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    I had a TS 3×12-44mm illuminated on an RWS 48.

    First day the illumination stopped working so I sent it back with check for $15 per their warranty and they sent me a replacement which held up on the RWS 48 just fine for the 4 months I owned it. Still have the scope, on PCP’s now, sold the 48.

    #25888
    photo22
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    Very tough scopes for the money. I have a few and had to send one back. It was a 6×32 bug buster and it was bad out of the box, but their warranty is great and I got a new one. 😀

    #26688
    pulaskius
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    What are the optics like on that Bug Buster ?

    #26689
    photo22
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    quote Pulaskius:

    What are the optics like on that Bug Buster ?

    Not bad for the price. I have it setup on a 1322 and it gets used from 25 yards in with pin point accuracy from a 9fpe pistol.

    I shoot toothpicks at 10 yards in my house with it. RWS Hobby pellets

    After

    #26690
    nebraska
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    Have one on my rx-2 had it for about a year now works great no problems. 😛

    #27052
    ambush-hunter
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    I still wonder what would be the ultimate spring rated scope…those of you with Patriots, and lucky ones with Eliminators. What scopes do you have on them?
    thanx.

    #27108
    akula
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    Vlady; Check out RWS. Very rugged on a springer as that’s what RWS makes. AKULA

    #27375
    sniper782
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    Instead of buying those scope, buy whatever scope you like and use a Dampa mount, a friend of mine has one in his .25 Patriot. Shoots ducks at 100m. The funniest thing I’ve ever seen, on the water, he shot a duck right in the head, he turned upside down, head in the water, foot up LOL 😆

    #27463
    cw
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    I have had a Bushnell 3200 Elite
    on my patriot for over 6 years
    with no problems at all.
    I like it so well, that I put one
    on my Condor.

    #27483
    ambush-hunter
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    thanks CW, it’s nice to know that bushnell 3200 models hold up well. I wonder if they have a lifetime warranty like leupolds, burris, and nikons…

    #27488
    sniper782
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    quote Vlady:

    thanks CW, it’s nice to know that bushnell 3200 models hold up well. I wonder if they have a lifetime warranty like leupolds, burris, and nikons…

    I had an Elite 4200 and it had no questions asked lifetime warranty.

    #29631
    cw
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    I was told by Bushnell that it is under warranty
    for life.

    CW

    #29646
    ambush-hunter
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    thanks. you know, I just found out that opticsplanet.net has 4200 bushnell 6-24 by 40 Mil-Dot scope for $429.00 with free shipping. that is cheaper than at straight shooters or AOA.

    #29649
    photo22
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    quote Vlady:

    thanks. you know, I just found out that opticsplanet.net has 4200 bushnell 6-24 by 40 Mil-Dot scope for $429.00 with free shipping. that is cheaper than at straight shooters or AOA.

    5% off code: holiday5

    http://www.opticsplanet.net/

    They usually have good deals and free shipping on some nice scopes. I’ve had good experience dealing with them.

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