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Old 7th May 2010, 05:55 PM
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Personally use a 2007 Nikko 10-50x60 (Mk2 with small green turrets) with mil-dot ret. Market value of these i beleave to be 300-400

The BSA 10-50x60 used a fine crosshair with target dot (not sure if it was 1/8 or 1/16th?)

The Zos is opticaly very murky but has good clicks on turrets, still ranges though.
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Old 7th May 2010, 06:17 PM
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Cheers guys, keep em coming... (see more notes at top post)

Luger, are you sure about those minimum focus ranges? I thought the mk1 only came down to 10 yds as well, but i think some re-parallax them.
I'm positive about the Big BSA minimums as I have 2 of them.

Regarding the Mk1, I only quoted what a shooting mate commented about his Mk1 whilst actually parallaxing a target at 8yrds at the range a few days ago.
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Old 7th May 2010, 07:57 PM
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Cheers, i've added that. Did you buy them new or 2nd hand?
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Old 7th May 2010, 08:09 PM
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here is one for you Rob, i have just got a leupold ultra fixed 20x-MIA, prem boosted to 40x with wire dot ret & in the box is acomplement slip from Nick Jenkinson. serial no.87-1031
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that 1 is already on the list andy,mtc viper 8x 32 #56 i started with 1 of these,and personaly use leup comp 40 prem rect no 27 ret nick jen ret design worth 800/850
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Rob Ive owned a few of these and they are superb.

They focus down to 16 yards so a 50ft adaptor ias required.

These scopes cannot be bought new anymore.

The reticle is a fine crosshair as standard, I know of some that had mildot reticles placed in them. (Doz's has a mildot)....

Value second hand is between 275-350 depending on condition and if you can find one...

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Rob,

The actual mag for this scope is 4.5-30x50.

It has to be re-parallexed for ft, once it has, it parallexes from 17ish yards to approx 60 yards. A 50ft adaptor is required then for the closer ranges.

2nd hand price appears to be 450-500 from what Ive seen on sites.

I have to say, these scopes have the smoothest sidewheel to use for parallexing. Not aalot of them on the circuit, Nick Murphy and Val Schulz use these scopes really well. Plus Nick makes a stunning sidewheel for the scopes...

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Mk1 Big Nikko, NATO ret. Smooth wheel, ranges superbly, snaps in and out consistently, optically not the brightest out there but hey it does what I need it to do! Terry Hart sidewheel and sunshade, crystal clear on x40mag at 10yrds.
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Old 8th May 2010, 09:05 AM
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here is one for you Rob, i have just got a leupold ultra fixed 20x-MIA, prem boosted to 40x with wire dot ret & in the box is acomplement slip from Nick Jenkinson. serial no.87-1031
cool... could you give us the exact model number, and what it comes down to and a rough idea of price, and how it parallaxes... sidewheel or Ao etc?

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