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I just got an older Tasco Euro Class 30mm scope.Anyone here have any experiance w/one of these? Seems like a VERY nice piece of glass and built like a tank. I would like to put target knobs on it but probably none available for it.< style="WIDTH: 590px; DISPLAY: none; HEIGHT: 251px" id=kpfLog =destroy ="http://127.0.0.1:44501/pl.?START_LOG">

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Stoney Point makes after market target turrets for Tasco and some other scopes. Don't know if the Euro have different sized turrets but you should check them out. I've used their turrets on Simmons, Leupold and modified a set for a Weaver grand Slam. I have had very reliable results with them. Atleast as well as the scopes ability to track. Welcome to the OT and Good Luck.

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Tasco Euro class is a nice scope.I owned one over 10 years ago.I remember the flak I was getting from the salesman $200 for a Tasco?....never had a problem with it, sold the scope which was mounted on a 300 Win mag.I remember they were made in Japan.I would compare it to the Bushnell 3200. 
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A long time ago, when I was in my 20`s I owned a Tasco scope. Thought it was good then. But nowadays with aging eyes I need better glass to see good through. But remember that scope being quite ok.
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The Euro Class was the predecessor to the Tasco Titan.  Do a search and look for Chris Ferris' story on how they came to be. Damn fine scopes.  I have several of the Euro Class and the Titan.  Great glass and built like tanks.  I I could find ANY criticism, it would be that they could have a little more eye relief, and they are no longer  available!
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