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Anyone got any experience of both the Pilla 94HC and the Randolph Max Light in low light conditions. Preference?

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Geordieboy
19 hours ago, rickh said:

Anyone got any experience of both the Pilla 94HC and the Randolph Max Light in low light conditions. Preference?

I use the 94HC in low light.  It has been cracking for a long time.  I am changing now to the 99AR.  I have an astigmatism and I need as much light to my eye as possible.  My 94HC will be up for sale soon.  Apart from that, it has been perfect and my choice for winter shooting for the last 3 years.

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rickh

Thanks for that.

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Geordieboy

Point of note.  More than the lens........I'd go and try the different pairs of glasses on.  They need to fit your head and how they sit relative to how your head fits on the stock.  Both Sets of Glasses are great.  For me the X6 fits better than the X7 and the Rangers.  Fit more than lens colour is to be your first choice.  Both sets have plenty of lenses to choose from.

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EdLyons

Hi Rick - they both serve the low light purpose well but are at a different price point.

Happy to send you one of each to try if you’d like?

Ed

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rickh

Thanks GB and Ed, I have both X7's and Falcons, they are both great glasses and I like them equally. Since putting up the post I have been lent a 94 lens to try with an option to buy, just waiting for a chance to get out! 

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westley
On 12/20/2018 at 10:59 AM, Geordieboy said:

I use the 94HC in low light.  It has been cracking for a long time.  I am changing now to the 99AR.  I have an astigmatism and I need as much light to my eye as possible.  My 94HC will be up for sale soon.  Apart from that, it has been perfect and my choice for winter shooting for the last 3 years.

Is the crack repairable  ? If so let me know when you are getting rid   !      

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Geordieboy
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On 1/4/2019 at 7:48 PM, westley said:

Is the crack repairable  ? If so let me know when you are getting rid   !      

Lens is for sale sir!  No Cracks or scratches!  

Simply my Geordie lingo getting misinterpreted!  It has been a "CRACKING LENS" ........is what I meant!!!

Edited by Geordieboy
Added info!

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westley

Scouse humour  !  You have PM.

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