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Has anyone used NcStars binoculars, spotting scopes, or rifle scopes? I saw them at the last gun show and they were priced pretty decent and have a life time warranty. I didn't know if they were worth it or if you would be using the warranty a lot.
 

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In my experience the NCSTAR scopes are up to par with the crappy 30 round mags for the M14/M1A! save your money. Better scopes and binoc's can be had for not much more. I did wind up using a scope as a modified spotting scope. Small and easy to set up on a camera tripod one that is only 4-9 inches tall and it worked ok. I have since gave the spotter away to a new shooter, and he still uses it.
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Have shot a little 40 dollar NCstar 4x scope on an AR. Seems to work fine, but the zero moved slightly over time when hauling it back and forth to the range.

It is a decent scope for the money and my eyes aren't the best so a little scope helps.

It is fine for plinking but for serious shooting, I am saving for an ACOG 4x.
 
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