Scope is Sold Pending Funds to shortshooter, thanks for looking.
I have a USO up for sale over on SH (where I originally purchased it):
WTS - US Optics SN3 3.8-22 58mm - Sniper's Hide Forums
Would make one hell of a long-range optic for those of you not concerned about weight (weighs 3.18 lbs with the rings, minus the sunshade). I unfortunately have to make it under the 16# Idaho weight limit (my spreadsheet for my upcoming custom build says I'm in trouble).
Wanted to give you guys a crack at it!
$1950 [SOLD PENDING FUNDS] w/ free shipping CONUS, will consider full or partial trades on case-by-case basis for a lighter (as in ounces) USO, NF NXS, or Swaro Laser Guide. Might consider other quality long-range optics as long as they are lighter than the USO and have ranging reticle & matching knobs (.1 MIL or 1/4 MOA are fine).
Will accept Postal MO, or discrete paypal +4%.
You can reply/PM/mail me here if interested.
Custom Objective: 58mm Ergo with CUSTOM Parallax. It goes from around 20 yards to Infinity. It also has a faster thread on the objective so you get from 100 to Infinity with a lot less movement than the standard ergo objective from USO.
Reticle: PCMOA Non-Illuminated
Elevation Knob : US#3 (1/4 MOA per click, 105 clicks or 26.25 MOAs per revolution)
Windage Knob: US#1 (1/4 MOA per click, 48 clicks or 12 MOAs per revolution) Windage Knob cover included
Rings: USO 35mm High
4" Sunshade with Honeycomb
Covers: Front screw on aluminum type. Rear Butler creek flip up
Notes in response to questions:
Reticle is FFP (markings for ranging/holdoff accurate at any zoom level)
Turret clicks and reticle are actually IPHY (inch-per-hundred-yards), not true MOA. I prefer this, as you don't have to worry about that pesky .047" -- So a 10" target measuring one "MOA" on the reticle is at exactly 1000 yards.
More info on the reticle from USO:
Sorry for the crappy pictures – don't feel like I'm doing the scope justice. The last pic is on the previous owner's rifle (for size reference).
Note: What looks like white-ish marks behind the objective assembly on the tube is flash reflection off of the tape on the box underneath it.
(Couple more pics at SH link above)