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Hi All,

I'm looking for a period similar scope to put on a 1963-64 Ruger 10/22, and thought someone here might have one laying around they would like to sell.

I'd like something compact and prefer a 1" tube. Weaver, Burris, or Leupold are all brands I'm interested in, but let me know if you have something else.

I'm open on power, but a 4x would be perfect, and a 2-7x or 3-9x is fine too.

Really want it to be gloss blue or black, and if you have the rings for it too that would be great.

Thanks,

Don

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I have an old leupold 3-9x40 vari-x 2 with a 1" tube. I forget what year, I believe it's early 70s. I can double check. It was sent to Leupold a few months ago for a check up. I have the service ticket, indicating what was replaced or changed. It's gloss black, but shows 40 years of minor wear.
 
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I have an old leupold 3-9x40 vari-x 2 with a 1" tube. I forget what year, I believe it's early 70s. I can double check. It was sent to Leupold a few months ago for a check up. I have the service ticket, indicating what was replaced or changed. It's gloss black, but shows 40 years of minor wear.


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