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Dixieduo 01-09-2013 09:03 PM

Tasco scope
 
I have a Tasco scope but that is the only marking besides a silver deer head on it. Does anyone know anything about these scopes such as magnification or maybe model number?

samnev 01-10-2013 09:45 PM

I have a Tasco 1-4X pistol scope that I bought in the mid 90's with the dear head on it. Mine was made in Japan and has been mounted on my Ruger 44 Magnum Super Black Hawk. It has never failed me in any way. The Japanese Tasco scope were actually decent scopes.I have 2 3-9X32 scopes I bought in the mid 80's 1 mounted on a Ruger No 1 in 45/70 the other on a Remy 7mm Magnum and both are still going strong. Today's Tasco Chinese made scope are junk.

Muliemaster 01-10-2013 10:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Dixieduo (Post 1086936)
I have a Tasco scope but that is the only marking besides a silver deer head on it. Does anyone know anything about these scopes such as magnification or maybe model number?

Is it a fixed power or can u adjust the mag power if so look at it it will have 3-9 ect. They made one called a silver antler an one called a golden antler the silver was a standard model an the golden antler was a wide angle scope

Dixieduo 01-18-2013 03:41 PM

Yes I can adjust the mag power on it. I am looking to get a longer sunshade for it and was hoping to get a little info so I order the right one.

Muliemaster 01-18-2013 05:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Dixieduo (Post 1099188)
Yes I can adjust the mag power on it. I am looking to get a longer sunshade for it and was hoping to get a little info so I order the right one.

Im almost positive its the silver antler series tasco, an if its adjustable power then thats what it is, it will say 3x9, 4x12, ect, right where u adjust the power either on the scope tube or the power adjust ring.


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