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Sightron S111

03 Jan 2015
@ 08:54 pm (GMT)

Glenn Wade

Well first of all a happy New Year to everyone here, I hope it will be a good one for you. My question is I'm looking at buying a Sightron S111 6-24x50 with Mill Dot Recticle with MOA Turrets but I cannot find a code for that model. Is it the "25133" I'm in the middle of stabilising and bedding the stock on my new Remington SPS 700 (with Nathans kit) so I have a bit of time up my sleeve. My biggest problem is that I live in remote Arnhem Land, 600ks to the nearest gun shop so I rely heavily on this site in setting me in the right direction. The scope will be mounted on a Millett 20MOA rail so any advice on what rings would be a great help as well.

Regards Glenn


03 Jan 2015
@ 09:22 pm (GMT)

Bob Mavin

Re: Sightron S111
G'day Glen
This guy is good to deal with

I think you'll like the scope, love mine, I use full metric, mil dot reticule with 1 MRAD clicks. I can get my head around it better with both being the same. Nathan prefers them with 1/4 moa turrets.
All the best
05 Jan 2015
@ 07:50 pm (GMT)

Nathan Foster

Re: Sightron S111
Hi Glenn, sorry, playing catch up again.

Yes, you have the code correct. This is the scope I predominantly use myself.

Again, my apologies for the delay.
03 Feb 2015
@ 03:39 pm (GMT)

Bryan Webster

Re: Sightron S111
The 25133 series are great scopes, and with 100 MOA of elevation and windage adjustment room, they are even better.

The only Sightrons with more room are the 3.5-10x44 scopes with 120 moa.

Their latest 1st Focal Plane scopes have 80 MOA so a canted base is a must for longer ranges. I prefer to get along without a canted base, using what I have.

The 25133 scopes sell here in British Columbia for $925 Canadian, while the 3.5-10x44 scopes sell for $849cdn

For most, hunting use of the latter is virtually all one needs, and is a better deal all around than the Vortex scopes in my opinion.
03 Feb 2015
@ 03:41 pm (GMT)

Bryan Webster

Re: Sightron S111
should correct my above comments...the Sightron with the most room for adjustment is the 10x42 fixed power with 150MOA


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