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Old 3rd February 2017, 05:32 PM
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Default Leupold ret change

If a few leupold owners got together, agreed on a ret ( perhaps a number 27 premier ret) then the cost of the master could be spread out.
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Old 3rd February 2017, 05:36 PM
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Default March ret

I wonder if Conor has the master for the March ret
I would happily pay 160 for a quick turnaround but what I've been sent is not suitable.
Is the March ret set up at 40mag ?
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I wonder if Conor has the master for the March ret
I would happily pay 160 for a quick turnaround but what I've been sent is not suitable.
Is the March ret set up at 40mag ?
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Old 3rd February 2017, 06:47 PM
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I'm interested, depending on the reticle and cost.
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Default I feel a list coming on, knew Conor would have some input

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If a few leupold owners got together, agreed on a ret ( perhaps a number 27 premier ret) then the cost of the master could be spread out.
Do you have a pic of the premier ret , Peter?

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That is the perfect ret in my opinion for the leup comp 40 and John said he can re calibrate if needed for different magnification , so I guess the 35/45 could be covered as well

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I'm interested, depending on the reticle and cost.
What kind of ret did you have in mind Neil ?
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Default Leupold ret change

Sorry Simon, I wouldn't have a clue how to post a photo on here.
I found the march ft ret a bit too fine for my eyesight, preferred the MTR 1 ret, but prefer the 27 premier ret to either of them.
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What kind of ret did you have in mind Neil ?
I'm another No.27 fan, but the MTR-FT would also do the job nicely.
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I would also be interested.

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Default Microns

If it's a custom ret we could choose our preference for thickness.
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I would also be interested.
I think a few real ones would?

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