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Contributors to this thread:
craigmcalvey 01-Sep-22
Buffalo1 01-Sep-22
butcherboy 01-Sep-22
midwest 01-Sep-22
Bou'bound 02-Sep-22
groundhunter50 02-Sep-22
Bigfoot 02-Sep-22
Buck Watcher 02-Sep-22
Coondog 02-Sep-22
WYelkhunter 05-Sep-22
DanaC 05-Sep-22
DanaC 05-Sep-22
From: craigmcalvey
01-Sep-22
My cheap Brunton puked and I need a new one. Only for archery hunting whitetails on flat land. Suggestions? I’m a cheapskate and this one lasted me probably 10 years so I’d like to find another with good life as well.

Craig

From: Buffalo1
01-Sep-22
Sig Kilo 1000

From: butcherboy
01-Sep-22
Sig or Maven

From: midwest
01-Sep-22
Recently got the Bushnell Broadhead. Excellent so far. $300

From: Bou'bound
02-Sep-22
Sig

02-Sep-22
sig, and the red read out, is easy to see,,,,,,,,,,,,,

From: Bigfoot
02-Sep-22
Cheapskate here too. Want stuff to last, be well made for the purpose and do what it should. No frills. My old Bushnell (20+ years old) has been retired and replaced with the Tidewe. So far, but with only a half year of use, no complaints. Inexpensive, relative to the rest, seems well made and no issues.

From: Buck Watcher
02-Sep-22
I'm not rich enough to buy buy the cheap stuff.

From: Coondog
02-Sep-22
Leupold Fulldraw 4 or 5

From: WYelkhunter
05-Sep-22
I have been using and inexpensive one from amazon for 3 years now. No problems. It as angle compensation, tells the angle, scan mode etc. It is light weight and very compact, works to 650yds. At $45 If I have to replace it every 4 years it is still cheaper than the high dollar brands.

From: DanaC
05-Sep-22
Watch the Cabelas 'Bargain cave' for discontinued models.

From: DanaC
05-Sep-22

DanaC's Link

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