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Old 12-29-2007, 11:19 PM
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leatherwood art rifle scope accuracy

has anyone out there had any experience with the leatherwood m-600 art tactical rifle scope? and can anyone tell me how it stackes up to the super sniper. i just got a bushmaster varminter from my wife for christmas and i went ahead and put a leatherwood scope on it and i would just like to know how good of a scope for real world applications it is or if i should replace it with maybe the super sniper.
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Old 12-30-2007, 06:46 PM
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thans for not reponding guys

thanks for not reponding guys, i realy thought this forum was diferent but i i was wrong, piss on you all.
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Old 12-31-2007, 08:27 AM
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Are you OK kid? If you feel pissed you really should tell someone such as a friend or a family member. Nobody is ignoring you, the scope is rare and possibly noone here has one. Be patient, and try to be poilte.

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Son, what part of "you reap what you sow" don't you understand? I happen to be a daily reader and missed your demand. Off your meds are we?
I happen to own an old model scope ART and for the "minute of man" or minute of meat uses it is most adequate if you learn to use it. It is old but workable and so is my 200# anvil. It is not a 1,000 yard benchrest scope but for its design uses I find it fast, adequate and reliable. If you saw "BlackHawk down, you saw the reason the M-14 users went to a dot scope: faster acquisition but for sniping ops up to 600 yards is it good and for deer sized targets the same. Frame your game and squeeze-- it is yours.
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Old 12-31-2007, 09:39 AM
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I happen to own an old model scope ART

Would this happen to be an "original" from RVN era? If so do you have the hard green case for it? I am not interested in buying it, I am just curuios from a nostalgia standpoint. I believe the original scopes were actually made by Bausch and Lomb but those details are very fuzzy in my mind.
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