SOLD Mark 4 tactical 8.5 x 25 LR/TMR + Badger ordinance mounts

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  1. ControlGroup

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    20190125_155055.jpg 20190125_150724.jpg 20190125_150946.jpg 20190125_150922.jpg $925.00 & free shipping Down from $1050.00

    This scope is properly seated and leveled in these awesome mounts by badger ordinance all you have to do is tighten down the hex nuts ( 60 inch pounds) and she is ready to set the zero function. It did wonders on my .300 win mag.
    The scope is in excellent condition and it is brutally tough.
    Anyone that knows anything about long range military weapons know these are still the number one LR scope for heavy hitters in the military. They have been discontinued for civilian use but are still in production for the military exclusively.

    This is a link to the Badger ordinance mounting specifications and torque specs.
    https://www.badgerordnance.com/media/bo_media/Mounting_rings_and_bases_2017.pdf
     
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  2. CT10ring

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    nice scope. how's the glass condition?
     
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    Perfect, i always kept covers on and pulled latex gloves over the ends when cleaning the rifle it sat on. I never cleaned the glass using any method othere than what Leupold recommends.
     
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    Perfect, i always kept covers on and pulled latex gloves over the ends when cleaning the rifle it sat on. I never cleaned the glass using any method othere than what Leupold recommends.
     
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    Price drop. $1000.00
     
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    That is a 50mm objective correct?
     
  15. ControlGroup

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    Yes it is a 50 mm objective yoyrs for $950
     
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    How does the zero stop work on that one exactly?
     
  18. ControlGroup

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    zero the rifle at the range, then un-screw the elevation and windage turret screws. Turn the turrets to zero. Tighten back down screws and your good to go. If you have additional tech questions call Leupold tech support.
     
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    It doesn’t have an actual zero stop. However you can zero the turrets when it’s sighted in. I’ve had one of these scopes for a long time and it’s always worked pretty good. Free bump
     
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    I had one with an aftermarket zero stop that worked quite well...
     

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