March 1-10x24 illuminated MTR-1 reticle, zero stop, 100% mint condition

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  1. ohiofarmer

    ohiofarmer Well-Known Member

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    I'm selling the nicest true 1x - variable optic I've ever had. I've had several S&B Short Dots, but this March is incredible. You can't tell it from new and there isn't a hint of any type of mark on it. Literally, you wouldn't know that it was ever set into a set of rings unless I disclosed it. It has a true 1x on the lower end and a full 10x on the top end. The illumination is bright and as easy to use as any design on the market today, as is the zero stop function. 1/4MOA adjustments on it. It includes the original box, manual, leather lens covers and plastic lens covers. $2340 shipped insured to the lower 48.
     
  2. wapiti0223

    wapiti0223 Well-Known Member

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    Hi,
    How much elevation adjustment is there?
    Thank you
     

  3. ohiofarmer

    ohiofarmer Well-Known Member

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    There's 200moa of elevation adjustment wapiti0233
     
  4. wapiti0223

    wapiti0223 Well-Known Member

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    Would you be interested in any partial trades?

    Thank you
     
  5. ohiofarmer

    ohiofarmer Well-Known Member

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    Still available
     
  6. ohiofarmer

    ohiofarmer Well-Known Member

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    To the top
     
  7. ohiofarmer

    ohiofarmer Well-Known Member

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    $2250 shipped insured.
     
  8. ohiofarmer

    ohiofarmer Well-Known Member

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    $2100 shipped insured. Final price drop.
     
  9. wapiti0223

    wapiti0223 Well-Known Member

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    Hello, is this a first or second focal plane?

    Thank you
     
  10. ohiofarmer

    ohiofarmer Well-Known Member

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    Second focal plane.
     
  11. bdyal1972

    bdyal1972 Well-Known Member

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    How about some pics?:D