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    Cool which sight

    hi every body im not sure which sight to buy it is a #### up between a sur-loc challenger or a merlin tri-axis sight can you help please

    many thanks flashharry

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    The Sureloc is an excellent sight, but i can`t conmment on the merlin as i haven`t seen one.

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    Cool

    thank you

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    I have a Surelock but find it has a very limited range of adjustment for windage. I now prefer to use a Copper John ANTS 2.

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    The Tri-axis looks better than it is.. I needed to do some major reconstructive surgery to keep it from making a lot of noise (The part that slides left-right isn't machined tight enough)...

    And, a thing to keep in mind: unless you're shooting field and have to take up/downhill shots, you won't need the the third axis feature.

    Opa

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keithie View Post
    I have a Surelock but find it has a very limited range of adjustment for windage. I now prefer to use a Copper John ANTS 2.
    Must agree, outstanding sight the Coper John. The Merlin is very solid too. Had an old Surelock that did cause me a bit of trouble, but as I say it was old.

    But out of the three the coper John has it all. Lost of windage and build quality beyond compare.

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