Nikon Monarch Scope, Nikon ED50 Spotting scope, Burris Landmark Scope

Discussion in 'Optics For Sale' started by huckjare, Dec 26, 2012.

  1. huckjare

    huckjare Well-Known Member

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    Nikon Monarch rifle scope. 4-16x44. Missing the top cap to the turret. Has been hunted with and has a few marks but only asking $275. Nikon Fieldscope ED 50 13-30x50 spotting scope. This is the best pack scope on the market. Was bought new last year. Has a few scratches on the body but the glass is clean. Comes with original box, paperwork, cover, etc. Asking $650. Last thing is a Burris Landmark spotting scope. Pretty good glass for the price. Asking $145. Let me know if you have questions.
     

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  2. JeffP40

    JeffP40 Well-Known Member

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    What reticle does the Monarch have?
     

  3. huckjare

    huckjare Well-Known Member

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    Mil dot
     
  4. reader

    reader Well-Known Member

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    I will take the Nikon scope if you still have it. PM Sent.

    Reader
     
  5. huckjare

    huckjare Well-Known Member

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    Someone needs a new spotter
     
  6. twintips16

    twintips16 Well-Known Member

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    Do you still have the ED50?
     
  7. huckjare

    huckjare Well-Known Member

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    Both Nikons are sold
     
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  9. AH3682

    AH3682 Well-Known Member

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    Hey,
    Just a few questions about the burris...

    1 what recitle does it have?
    2 of what magnification is it?

    Appreciate your time and thanks in advance.:D
     
  10. huckjare

    huckjare Well-Known Member

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    It's a spotting scope. 15-45 power