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Old 07-02-2022, 03:23 AM   #1
justletmein
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Default Help with my scope options

I'm hopelessly undecided, figured I'd let somebody else make up my mind.
I have two rifles and two scopes. I don't shoot paper except to zero so just animals for this consideration.

Rifle 1: Weatherby Vanguard 6.5 CM
Rifle 2: Browning Hell's Canyon 300 WSM

Scope 1: Leupold VX-L 3.5-10x50 B&C reticle
Scope 2: Leupold VX-L 4.5-14x50 Varmint reticle

6.5 is for Antelope and WT Deer.
300 WSM is for Elk, Nilgai, and Mule Deer.

Which would you use and why? I'm thinking Scope 2 on Rifle 1 and Scope 1 on Rifle 2. What's complicating things is they're already mounted and zero'd in reverse order due to timing when I acquired them and I'm lazy.
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