SWFA ULTRALIGHT 2.5-10 GIVEAWAY ENDED !! WINNER ANNOUNCED

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    shambozzie
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    486

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    Dave
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    Thanks Chris, Joe, and Michael!

    As someone that recently purchased the SWFA ss 12 x 42 fix power scope I have to say I am definitely interested in a Christmas tree style reticle for airguns. I however prefer the MOA- Quad since it has fewer diamonds to obscure target at longer ranges. 

    After spending alot of time debating and researching on which scope to put on my airgun,  I received a reminder from an AGN member about Swfa scopes, I would not hesitate to buy another for my next airgun, or upgrade to an airgun focused scope like what you mentioned. 

    My ultimate scope build would be:

    3-15 with MOA-QUAD Christmas tree windage, capped low profile turrets, Side focus down to 10 yards, Lightweight body like the ultralight, ARD compatible, and 1/8 MOA per click ( adds that extra fine tuning, but 1/4 MOA is good)

    My guess : 1240

     

     

     

     

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    rayinwi
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    Awesome gesture with an awesome scope!

     

    I am pretty well hooked on the MOA Quad reticle, my son and I have them on PB's.

    So I would definitely buy a SWFA air gun scope with the MOA Quad in it.

    My guess is 1776.

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    Gerry52
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    Thanks Chris AND Joe. You guys ROCK! My guess is 1346.

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    jakebbb87
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    Yes please! Love SWFA

    1352

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    dixieduo
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    A big thanks to Joe, Michael and Chris.

    # 1776 –  God Bless America

     

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    deke
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    You have to love all SWFA'S !    260

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    pelletchief
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    Thanks for the great info and a chance to participate. 

    My guess = $1333

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    Airgun-hobbyist
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    Thanks for the opportunity for a great scope Chris, Michael, and especially Joe for rolling the ball in the right direction!

    There are a number of great scopes out there, but few of them have a high variable power, a big objective lense and parralax focus down to 10 yards.  However you build it, please offer a choice in MOA for the American market.  On another note, there's a growing number of people shooting long range competition out there, not only with the airgunners but with the power burner's, so there is always that group that will also be interested in the making of this scope (with fine/small adjustments).

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    SeeOhTwo
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    1943

    Glenn in Texas

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    stacic
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    1890

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    Fuciliere
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    1967 thanks

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    Hudley
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    Thanks Chris and Joe. Christmas tree reticle would be nice. Also a higher power fixed scope. 1333

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    Xbowsniper
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    Nice

     

    My guess is  357.50

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    tom2009
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    very nice  my guess is 913

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    Wilber
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    Looks like a great lightweight scope.

    2234 is my guess.

    Thanks!

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    ddccww
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    SWFA makes some awesome scopes. I have their 12x and it’s crystal clear. My only issue is the weight and this new scope on a diet would be perfect! 

    My number 1313…..for a pick on Friday the 13th! 

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    Jammin22
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    Thank you Chris, Michael and Joe

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    ribbeschoer
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    I would be very interested in a reticle specially for Airguns! That would be great! 

    My number is: 1588

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    yoopper
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    2165

    Looks like the sfwa scope  might be a good companion for my .35 cal Rex.

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