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Please don't laugh at this basic and elementary question: I'm looking for a 10x40x60 tactical scope for my husband but what I find are listed as 10-40x60. Is there a difference when it begins 10- as opposed to 10X? Thank you.
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You got it. 

It should be 10-40x60mm actually. 10x through 40x magnification, with a 60mm objective. 
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