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S&B 3-21x50 EXOS D7 CCW ST/ST

Holden

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Location
Republic of Texas
757-911-75D-L3-F1Y

Excellent condition. Faint ring marks. Box, manual, etc.

$2750 $2700 shipped.

FTF Bulverde/San Antonio welcome

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I can attest to this being really top shelf glass. It’s built as tough as a NF, and is as bright and clear as anything you’ll look through. It doesn’t get any better, IMO, only different.
Curious why you’re selling?
 
I can attest to this being really top shelf glass. It’s built as tough as a NF, and is as bright and clear as anything you’ll look through. It doesn’t get any better, IMO, only different.
Curious why you’re selling?

Simply not using.
 
bump for some Alpha glass......I would compare this scope to the NF Atacr....the optics are as good as you can get, the build is just as rugged as the NF, and its roughly 9 oz. lighter.
You could use this scope in a bar fight, then mount it back on your rifle and it would perform perfectly.
I'll also add that the illuminated red dot is the best i've seen as far as crispness, not bleeding, and controls are very user friendly.
 
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