Look for a Reproduction Enfield No32 sniper scope.


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Flyboy73
August 9, 2007, 10:13 PM
Was thinking about picking up a Enfield No4 sniper, that comes without the scope and mount.

Looked around for the real scope and mount , but no luck, i would imagine it would be pretty pricey though. Any leads on the real thing would be appreciated

I see that Sarco sells a reproduction scope mount.

Does anyone make a reproduction No 32 scope, or another scope that is close?

Thanks
Brion

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Onmilo
August 9, 2007, 11:49 PM
I haven't ever seen a reproduction of the original number 32 scope.
I have seen original scopes selling for up to $600.00 and they are frankly only worth this to a collector.
As a using scope there are far better options available and I would recommend a Leupold Variex lll short tube 1.5X5 variable with illuminated reticle for about $570.00 as a better alternative for the money.

If the budget doesn't desire the expense I would recommend the Leupold Variex ll 1-4 variable power with standard duplex reticle for about $300.00

Both these scopes should fit the reproduction scope mount just fine and both these scopes wil far out rpeform the original scope while still keeping the basics of 'the look'. HTH.

Flyboy73
August 19, 2007, 01:12 AM
If i can't find a orginal. Besides the leupold's, whats a scope that looks close to the No32?

Dosn't have to be new, can find older's scopes around.

Just looking for something thats close.

Brion

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