Armasite spark core

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muntjackdjb
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Armasite spark core

Post by muntjackdjb » 16 Oct 2018, 09:20

Hi all anyone seen or used one of these?
Just seen a bit in a magazine but no real info. £469.99 for scope and 69.99 for the mount.
Regards Dan

TonyR
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Re: Armasite spark core

Post by TonyR » 16 Oct 2018, 21:50

I have one and like it,shown as Gen 1 +.Good out to about 300/400 yds but it is only 3x mag so limits the distance that you can shoot at.Would think that limit for smaller game ie Fox about 200yds .Rabbits etc 150.
Been a while since i used it due to house move but I was impressed with it.

Tony

warbucks
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Re: Armasite spark core

Post by warbucks » 18 Oct 2018, 12:12

muntjackdjb wrote:
16 Oct 2018, 09:20
Hi all anyone seen or used one of these?
Just seen a bit in a magazine but no real info. £469.99 for scope and 69.99 for the mount.
Regards Dan
Yes Dan it would be interesting to know, Carl Moore used to sell theses, i see that Scott Country are selling them now.
with the line pairs per millimetre 50-60 they must have good clarity, their down fall if any will be the amount of light gathering ?, however with theses new lasers Dragonfly, DFK, Solaris SRX, they could be very good ?
Tubed stuff seems to pick up quarry in vegetation a lot quicker than digital, suppose one of its biggest problems is its competing with the Addonite which has the dsa and illuminator supplied for around £350 ish.

Dave (warbucks)

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