July 10th, 2016

Sightron SIII 10-50x60mm Under $980.00 — Sales Help Forum

Sighton 10-50x60 scope optic competition target dot mildot MOA riflescope sale

Need a high-magnification scope for long-range competition? Among quality scopes with 40+ power, we think the Sightron SIII 10-50x60mm scope may be the best value on the market right now. For a limited time, these scopes are available through Amazon.com for under $980.00. That’s less than half the price of a Leupold 7-42x56mm VX-6, and about 42% of the cost of a Nightforce 15-55X competition model. The Sightron is a good product with a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty.

Half the Cost of Leupold 7-42x56mm
Proceeds from Each Sale Help Support Shooter’s Forum

MOA-2 Reticle

Target Dot Reticle

Fine X-Hair Reticle

Mil-Dot Reticle

NOTE: There are a variety of reticle options and both 1/4-MOA and 1/8-MOA click versions are offered. Read the product description carefully when ordering to be sure you’ve selected your preferred reticle type and click value.

Less than Half the Cost of New 34mm 10-50x60mm Sightron
Sightron’s SIII series 10-50x60mm riflescopes have a 30mm maintube. NOTE: Sightron has announced a new “SV” model 10-50x60mm scope with a 34mm maintube. The new “SV” 10-50 scope is nice, but it costs $1999.99! That’s more than DOUBLE the cost of the 30mm-tube 10-50X SIIIs featured here. Think about it — the older 30mm SIII 10-50X offers way more bang for the buck.

Proceeds from Scope Sales Help Our Shooters’s Forum
When you purchase one of these Sightrons from Amazon, you can improve your long-range capabilities while helping our Shooters’ Forum. For every scope sold, Amazon provides roughly $50.00 to this site. All scope sale commissions will go to provide IT and tech support for our Shooters’ Forum. You don’t pay a penny extra — you pay the same price as any other Amazon customer. But because the sale originated here, Amazon pays a commission. So you can get a great deal, while helping the Forum at the same time.

Editor’s Comments: Here’s our take on this scope. For long-range benchrest and F-Class, it is one of the best options if you can’t swing $2000-$2500 for a Leupold, March, or Nightforce. We’ve used the 10-50X SIII Sightron in competition, and it’s plenty good enough to win matches. The glass is sharp and the clicks are reliable. Anything better (in this class) is going to cost you a LOT more.

Sightron SIII 10-50x60mm Unboxing Video (Mil-Dot version shown):

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