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First off, I'm new here and was just wondering if there's any way to tell how old a Schmidt and Bender 4x16x50 with a Horus Reticle Is?   It says Long Range on the side cap. 

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Originally posted by jeffs toys jeffs toys wrote:

First off, I'm new here and was just wondering if there's any way to tell how old a Schmidt and Bender 4x16x50 with a Horus Reticle Is?   It says Long Range on the side cap. 



It should have a serial number on it. Just e-mail it to S&B and they'll tell you how old the scope is.
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Thanks it's should be here wed i hope!!! i'll e-mails S&B then jeff
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