|August 9 2017, 2:45 PM |
Joe: Excellent video.Don't hold back on your comments!!!
I just watched, did not see eval. on Nikon. Did I miss something?
Keep up the great work, as most of us REALLY appreciate the effort that
you put in to inform all of us.
Last I knew, Joe only reviews stuff that he owns. nt.
|August 9 2017, 3:25 PM |
Joe Wayne Rhea
|August 9 2017, 3:44 PM |
I did a quick spot on Nikon , but the EFR is the only scope of theirs I've owned that focuses down to typical airgun distances . Really nice scope for the money
L O L- I have three unopened C/P - Top of the Turd chain scopes. atleast they did not
|August 9 2017, 6:35 PM |
cost a lot. Love the video Joe, this should help out a lot of guys cause the air gun avenue is a money pit for sure, weather its scopes or guns or pellets or projects its insane.
|August 10 2017, 9:12 AM |
I think it was unnecessarily harsh on CenterPoint, which includes a fairly broad range of models. I have a couple-three that have served their purpose very well.
Suggestion that if we are going to make qualitative claims about brands, that you include some actual specifics to back the judgement. Centerpoints are heavy, and the cheapest ones are, well, cheap, but they make a few variable models that hit squirrels and hold together on springers at a very affordable price.
I would pick them over "Bariskas" any day.
My friend uses them and likes them I will find out when ever I get to use them. but if
|August 10 2017, 11:45 PM |
they do go south it will be at a minimum loss so that's ok with me, and if they hang on then thats good too.
I never heard of a
|August 9 2017, 6:53 PM |
Bar-RISKA scope. Does that imply the risk of ownership..lol 😉
You forgot Redfield
|August 9 2017, 7:26 PM |
Joe Wayne Rhea
Redfield ( new) MTC , and Aztec all left off
|August 10 2017, 10:25 AM |
Along with all the top end and some of the trash scopes . I haven't owned a new red field since Leupold bought them , or an Aztec or MTC . Didn't want to just " guess" if they were anygood .
Sometimes the smartest thing a man can say is nothing when he doesn't know from experience.
Enjoy your videos Joe keep up the good work...
|August 9 2017, 8:24 PM |
fellow southerner. I hope you get a chance to look thru a Sightron big sky,
they are nice for the buck.
I also missed the Nikon review....LOL, I just ordered a Nikon 3-9-40 AO EFR
per yours and Jasons recommendation.
Oh...go ahead and do a part three video, ya know ya got more stuff to cover, right?
|This message has been edited by bustachip on Aug 9, 2017 9:21 PM|
X 2 --- Joe I enjoy your videos. N t
|August 9 2017, 9:51 PM |
|August 10 2017, 8:52 PM |
Often, folks who do YouTube videos can leave a lot to be desired in any number of ways. Its good to see a guy like yourself doing it terrific and hitting all the right notes. Pleasant, informative, unpretentious, just a fellow shooter (with more experience than I) and a lot of good selfless advice to help others steer clear of common pitfalls and misconceptions.
Four stars to you brother, keep up the great work.
|August 11 2017, 10:42 PM |
Nice Videos Joe!
|August 11 2017, 10:38 PM |
You made me laugh several times. I too call em like I see em, and its refreshing when someone does! I haven't owned nearly as many different scopes as you, but on the probably 1/3 that I do or have owned I pretty much agree with everything you said. SWFA, Sightron and Vortex are all pretty difficult to beat for the money.