Riflescopes MooseMoose hunting is often a once in a lifetime opportunity. To make the most of that opportunity, you need to make sure you’re outfitted with the optics that’ll give you the best chances of success.
When choosing the best moose hunting riflescope for your needs, there are few things you really need to consider:
- Durability: You need to know a bump, drop, or weather change isn’t going to cause your optic to fail when it matters most.
- Magnification: Moose are large, so you may want to favor optics with a lower minimum magnification to guarantee a wide enough field of view.
- Tracking: If you’re going to be dialing, you need your scope to have pinpoint accuracy with its tracking.
- Waterproof: You need your scope to be IPX7 waterproof to make sure your once in a lifetime opportunity isn’t destroyed by a little rain.
Know your hunting lands and anticipate what distance your shot will be taken from. If you know it’ll be a long range, you’ll want to increase your maximum magnification range. If you know you’ll be taking shorter shots, look for a lower minimum magnification.