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    Gonna throw another hat in the ring for the vortex diamondbacks. I have the 10x50’s and have enjoyed them every time I look through them. Not to mention vortex’s stellar lifetime warranty. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed with them.

    Speaking of, gonna order the tripod adapter and a tripod here soon. The trick is to ship that stuff to the office so the wife never has to know.

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    Check out Vanguard. There have been posts about them and every time they get reviews in magazine they get top score. I bought a pari a few years ago as a back up pair. Now they are my go to and have bought another pair as a back up. check out the 10x42 ED ones. You'll be very surprised.

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    check out the Carson optics binoculars, my dad bought a pair a few years ago and I have been very impressed with his binoculars as well as his carson scope

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    Nikon Monarch 5s. After what you've been looking through, these will blow your mind. Not sure if you deer hunt, but bino's go with me on every big game hunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim629 View Post
    check out the Carson optics binoculars, my dad bought a pair a few years ago and I have been very impressed with his binoculars as well as his carson scope
    The reviews on Amazon for Carson optics are top-notch. If one had the money, I don't think you would regret it. That said, you can never go wrong with Leupold in any price range.
    The day I stop hunting is the day I stop breathing.

    You can't eat antlers!!!

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    Check out Maven binoculars. I recently got the C series and am very impressed with them for the price. I think the glass is better than my Vortex Vipers.

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    I'm going to say Vortex Diamondbacks.
    They are decent glass, come with a great warranty and hold their resale value because of the warranty.

    I think resale is important because at some point you are going to want to upgrade.
    You aren't going to get great glass for $200 so you may as well pick the "decent" pair that you'll lose the least amount of $ on when you inevitably decide to upgrade.
    I bought a used pair of diamondbacks about 5 years ago. I sent them back to be checked out and cleaned up and expect to sell them for what I paid now that I've upgraded myself.

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