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I just acquired a Redfield 4x fixed scope in good condition.  I think the model number is A38726.  It has a unique reticle--a basic fine crosshair with a small circle, not a dot, in the center.  Does anyone have any information on this scope's value and age?
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Not sure if it's the same model but there is a fixed 4X used Redfield on eBay now for $41

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=17007 9237129

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Thanks for the information!  Mine is similar to the one on ebay, however where that one says Redfield, mine says Redfield 1"tube.  The glass in mine is very clear, and the overall condition is very good.
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