Swarovski AV 3-10x42 with TDS reticle

Killertraylor

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Excellent condition 1" tube Swarovski with the discontinued TDS reticle. Has original box and all of the paperwork - even a link to the website where you can enter all of your ballistics to get your holdover distances for each hashmark. I've got 15-20 of these scopes and have found the ballistics system to be dead on. Very slight ringmark on front barrel (pictured) and comes with butler creek objective cover. $750 shipped in original box.

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JOHNNY COPELAND

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what is the weight on this scope? entertaining idea of putting something like this on a mountain rifle. thanks
 

Hecouldgoalltheway

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Man, I'm not trying to hijack your ae post, but I have a question:

Swarovski is clearly one of the best optics manufacturers on earth, and they know what they are doing, nobody doubts that, but do you ever feel like the lack of a parallax knob becomes a handicap? It's probably prevented my purchase of a few different Swarovski scopes, but it might just be my own ignorance.
 

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Man, I'm not trying to hijack your ae post, but I have a question:

Swarovski is clearly one of the best optics manufacturers on earth, and they know what they are doing, nobody doubts that, but do you ever feel like the lack of a parallax knob becomes a handicap? It's probably prevented my purchase of a few different Swarovski scopes, but it might just be my
Never. I own somewhere between 20 and 30 of these and Z3’s, Z6’s without parallax knobs. I’m sure anyone who owns one in this power range will say the same thing. In fact, I’m having a hard time thinking of any decent 3-10 on the market with a parallax knob.
 

Hecouldgoalltheway

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Never. I own somewhere between 20 and 30 of these and Z3’s, Z6’s without parallax knobs. I’m sure anyone who owns one in this power range will say the same thing. In fact, I’m having a hard time thinking of any decent 3-10 on the market with a parallax knob.
Yeah, that's a good point about that magnification range, but they don't have parallax knobs on some of their models with significantly more magnification either. There is a used model on the shelf at my local lgs that is somewhere in the range of a 3x-16x or so and it doesn't have one either. I just never had the opportunity ask someone that has used them if it is an issue. I'm sure it isn't, or they would have one, but it is a question that I've wondered about for years.
 

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