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Tasco 36x44 scope #7273562 08/31/18 09:17 PM
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This thing has been sitting in my closet for a long time; from my Brothers estate. It appears to never have been mounted and is NIB. I don't anticipate ever using it.

Anybody know anything about them?


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Re: Tasco 36x44 scope [Re: Dave Davidson] #7273613 08/31/18 10:33 PM
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Once upon a time, I bought two of them. They were totally different physically, but the "same" model. One was clearer than the other. Over the years they've occasionally been useful to me. I wouldn't call them high quality, and I certainly wouldn't run them on a magnum rifle, but I've also never gotten around to throwing them out. All in all, I'd say better than expected if you have modest expectations.


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