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Old 10-03-2016, 3:43 PM
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Default ** Athlon Midas -or- Sightron S-Tac ** ... ?????

I am building an "Ultimate 10/22"

It will be all KIDD parts, including the receiver. The stock will be bedded and will be inletted for the rear tang.

The only remaining part for the rifle is the scope. I don't want to go cheap, but I also cannot afford a Nightforce or Razor, etc.

I was wondering if anyone has experience with the Athlon Midas and the Sightron S-Tac scopes. They both can focus fairly close and the prices seem to be within reach.

The Athlon Midas BTR would be the 4.5-27x50
The Sightron S-Tac would be 4-20x50

I will simply be shooting paper and steel. No competitions, at least not yet.

Thanks
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