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Can anybody tell me if these are still made - and if so where to find info. The real ones not the Bushnells

 

I'm interested as the 10*40 seems to have a ocular Parallax adjuster (SS like) and simply interested in knowing more - as Chris and the lads cannot ship an SS10*40 over to me.

 

30mm tubes I believe too - which helps with my needs a bit.

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The B&L Tactical has not been made for some time.  They are pretty rare today as most people that have one do not want to sell.

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Chris - THANKS - but

 

NO B&L and no way of getting the SS - bother. And the Bushie has no PX adjustment - damn damn damn.

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Move to the states and we can sell you all sorts of goodies.
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Originally posted by Brady Brady wrote:

Move to the states and we can sell you all sorts of goodies.

 

Can tubby 45year old Brits with no special skills get green cards? - Besides I'd miss Spanish food (not to mention Spanish wife).

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We've got tons of Spanish wives and Spanish food in Texas.

 

Viva la Mexico!

 

 

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To avoid bloodshed I will restrain fom explaining to my beloved that Mexicans are now Spanish. I think it could spark an international incident.. Try green figs wrapped in suncured ham and quickly sweated in an iron griddle..  Mind you  - I do miss spicey food so maybe...............I think I need a recon trip to Texas. Told Red Oak has some fun places to visit.

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"Told Red Oak has some fun places to visit".

 

Someone has been telling you lies.

 

 Not much to do here in "dead oak" besides work and eat. Drive about 20 minutes north of here then things start to liven up.

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If you need a bank,church or a pizza place Red Oak is the place to be!!!

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I hunted in Cordoba, Argentina a few years ago and learned real quick the difference between speaking Spanish and speaking the Spanish we were taught in school (especially the Tex-Mex dialect).  I ruffled a few feathers accidentally making comparisons to Spanish and Mexicans.  Kinda like calling a Texan a Yankee, we're both Americans and kinda speak the same language and that's the only similarity.

 

I was just yankin' your chain.

 

I don't know if I'm just real hungry or what because that description made my mouth water and I never thought a fig could do that.

 

How does this sound ?

A poblano pepper stuffed with mesquite grilled chicken breast smothered in queso blanco, dipped in egg batter, skillet fried and covered with picante sauce. Served with sliced avocado, guacamole, fresh jalapeños, charro beans topped with pico de gallo and four tortillas.

 

Who ever told you Dead Oak has fun places to visit either lied to you or has never been here (probably both).  We are just 20 minutes from downtown Dallas and there are plenty of fun places to go there.

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Originally posted by Chris Chris wrote:

A poblano pepper stuffed with mesquite grilled chicken breast smothered in queso blanco, dipped in egg batter, skillet fried and covered with picante sauce. Served with sliced avocado, guacamole, fresh jalapeños, charro beans topped with pico de gallo and four tortillas.

God I'm Hungry. It's time to see if the figs in the garden are ripe yet.
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