Lt.., Out of your options I would go for the Dialyte for the optical performance; however, I'm not a fan of the design. It is supposed to be a sheep hunters scope thus the design. I would say no to the 50mm Razor, I don't like the edge quality. Edge is better on the 65mm Razor and that is a good option, however I would compare it side by side to the Viper. I have said this in the past but with Vortex it is a scope by scope comparison that you need to make and not a model to model comparison, so I would check out both your take home options and then make the choice if you decide to go with a Vortex.
When it come to he high end optics I like the Leica 65mm best.
Why do u say compare vortex scopes side by side rather than model to model? Have you seen consistency issues?
Originally Posted by clacklin009
My thoughts exactly, I'd contact Hardstalk.
Originally Posted by Fink
I purchased a Swarovski ATS 80 angled view 20-60 about 5 years ago.
One of the best purchases I ever made.
IMO, it is the best in low light conditions.
I will say that it gets a little heavy especially with a good tripod.
And yes I did get the Cabelas points
Not sure if anyone mentioned the Zen Ray spotter?
I believe it's right up there in that crowd for price and quality...
I already have a nice spotter, but if I ever wanted to step it up I believe that's the one I'd probably get at the moment.