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Old 02-22-2014, 01:59 PM   #21
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well there goes the group buy deal!
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well there goes the group buy deal!
Like you'd buy a Swarovski!
You cheap bastard!!!!
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at 40% off, i would consider it!

i'm not cheap, i'm thrifty!
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Swarovski is all name!

I fell for the 'aura' and got a 3-9 and it's just an ordinary scope. The crosshairs turn pink and fade in sunlight like some other scopes.

The rifle shoots well with it just like it did with the 2-7 Leu. I would not buy another.
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Like you'd buy a Swarovski!
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If a person could buy at 40% discount: Buy 3 sell 2. You could then be in it for about the price of a Tru glo. All parties satisfied.
P.S. Thrifty is a kinder word.
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If a person could buy at 40% discount: Buy 3 sell 2. You could then be in it for about the price of a Tru glo. All parties satisfied.
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yes thrifty is a kinder word, even though Hillbilly was being truthful!
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Swarovski is all name!

I fell for the 'aura' and got a 3-9 and it's just an ordinary scope. The crosshairs turn pink and fade in sunlight like some other scopes.

The rifle shoots well with it just like it did with the 2-7 Leu. I would not buy another.
Just,what model did you buy? Send it back to Swarovski,they will either fix it or replace it for free.

I don't know how the crosshairs would turn pink or fade. My PH 4-16x50 has an etched reticle,and has served me well for many years.

Speaking of all names,Leupold is probably the best company for living off a name there is. Their scopes are worth about 1/3 of their price when it comes to quality,and yet,people still buy their crap.



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And he knows,I was only joking!
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I don't have a Swarovski scope but I have a pair of binoculars that are hands down the best I've ever seen.
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