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Old 02-21-2014, 12:18 PM   #31
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That old weaver, depending on the model could be better then a new scope. If it is made in El Paso, don't take it off. If you feel the need to, let me know. I have a classic rifle that has been screaming for a classic Weaver.
The .204 will do exactly what you wanted it for, still need to know how to sew those holes though. That 722 is worth its' weight in gold, but that is JMHO. I spent a few winters in Livingston manor. What a dump. You could always go to Jonnies in Liberty and see ugly, we are talking double bagger strippers. Rough country.
Last time I looked through the Weaver, I think I had a hard time just seeing one set of cross-hairs. I'll have to check again and see how it goes. Thanks for the tip.
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