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Question: Choosing between vortex uh-1 with magnifier and elcan os4x
Elcan os4x   -6 (100%)
Vortex uh-1 & vmx-3t magnifier   -0 (0%)
Total Voters: 6

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« Reply #20 on: December 05, 2018, 02:41:34 PM »

What is your guys opinion on the TA02 ACOG? Is that worth considering? There are a few of those I could get my hands on.

Look through one when itís mounted to a rifle before you buy it. I couldnít get use to the 1.5 inch eye relief on the 4x models. You literally have your nose touching the optic. The 3.5x models offer better eye relief. Look at the TA44, it looks like it belongs on a bullpup.
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« Reply #21 on: December 05, 2018, 06:38:19 PM »

as the poll would suggest...elcan without question over the uh1 if money isn't a major factor for you - if the only two options.  i prefer magnification when going out to 100 yds.  most of the time i find myself on 3-4x on a 6x scope if i'm moving from 25-50-75yd targets.  so, that fixed 4x elcan that's going for 939.99 on opticsplanet right now with free shipping isn't looking so bad.  yeah you'd save $300-400 going with the vortex and magnifier but you'll also gain a 1lb in weight.  that and i just prefer the reticle on the elcan period; it's just a better product.  also, if you must have fast red dot acquisition - the elcan allows for the mount.  

now that elcan 1.5-6x that maintains a small form factor is something i'd like to have personally.  always tough though as you save up the $2k then convince yourself you need another bullpup.
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