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Swift scopes #7325781 10/24/18 07:51 PM
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Hope everyone is staying dry, so quick question does anyone have any experience with swift scopes, really curious as a friend has some and they seem like really good scopes.

Please let a fellow know...Thanks

Re: Swift scopes [Re: Pupjoint] #7325888 10/24/18 09:14 PM
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I have two of them and they have been great, and at a reasonable price point. One is on a .243 Winchester and the other on a 30.06, and they've withstood the recoil without losing zero.

Re: Swift scopes [Re: Pupjoint] #7326418 10/25/18 03:39 AM
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I have one on a 243. When I got it on ebay used it had an issue. Sent it in to Swift and they replaced the scope with a new one freeof charge. It's been a fine scope.

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