The DLO Recommendations: Riflescopes Add comments If I could only have one…. Riflescopes: Over $2000 / No Price Limitations Riflescopes: Under $2000 Riflescopes: Under $1000 or just over Riflescopes: $400 to $600 Riflescopes: Under $400 Riflescopes: Under $300 Riflescopes: Under $200 Riflescopes: Under $150 Riflescopes: Under $100 4 Responses to “The DLO Recommendations: Riflescopes” crowkiller says: February 9, 2018 at 8:28 pm Ilya, I have a thought/consideration for future reviews? How about including/considering the used/discounted acquisition cost for scopes costing above $1200 in future DLO? Example: since I don’t really think what I said explains what I am thinking very well? Such as the SIG Tango6 1st gen stuff was going out the door significantly lower than the normal street price (to make ready for the gen 2 stuff). Do they become say a better choice than a SWFA 3-15×42 for the regular price when they can be had for say $700/900? It may just be too much of a swamp too, I guess? Derrel Log in to Reply ILya says: February 9, 2018 at 10:54 pm I’ve thought about it, but it is kinda difficult to predict how far down prices on recently discontinued scopes go. Same for used ones. They fluctuate enough to make any sort of classification difficult. I point out good deals when an opportunity presents itself, but that is largely it. Gen 1 Tango 6 is a good scope that is generally on par with SWFA’s SSHD stuff and better than SWFA Classic. For a while there you could get a Gen 1 Tango6 for an absolute steal. Log in to Reply stationlima6 says: March 13, 2018 at 5:32 pm Currently waiting on the UPS truck for the delivery of my TT 3x15m. Your descriptive of how things work fuels my interest. I value your reviews. Chris Log in to Reply ILya says: March 13, 2018 at 5:34 pm Let me know how you like it. Who did you order it from? Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.