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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-16-2009, 07:02 PM
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I have one of these on my handi 357 mag and love it. I'll be purchasing one for my 44 mag HANDI also.

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I'm thinking of putting one on an AR I'm building. It seems like it would be a great combination - at low power it will operate like a red dot optic, and at higher power it turns into a precision shooter at AR ranges. Any thoughts?
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I have one on my Handi 44 magnum rifle and love it too death. ;0)
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I favor the 2-7 x 32 since they don't overpower the rifle. The 3-9x40 has more magnification but magnifies the "wiggle" too. While not a Mueller I've had a 2-7x32 on my 7-08 for decades.

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Default Re: Mueller Multi-Shot 2-7x32mm Review

The Multi-Shot now is doing duty on a rifled 20 gauge slug barrel and I really like it. I don't however much like the built on rib on the slug barrel. It is too high and seems a bit flexible. Shoots great though.

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