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  I remember reading in one of the many articles or posts that SS scopes were at first made by Tasco and then SWFA bought the rights and was having them made elsewhere. Well I just read my Instruction manual and in big bold letters it says TASCO Sniper Scopes, Then I look at the warranty form and it says mail or go online to register with TASCO.
 So my question is it a Tasco or not?
 If it performs as everyone claims I guess it really doesn't matter but I would just like to know for my own piece of mind and to know if I misread something somewhere, or did I just happen to get brand new old stock?
 I don't expect Mr. Farris to take time out of his busy day to answer but if one of you with more knoweldge than I would take the time it would be appreciated.
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They still send out the Tasco cards and instruction booklet because they had so many of them left over and did not want to have to go to the expense of making new ones.  In the end it keeps the costs of the scopes down. 

Bushnell services the SS scopes for SWFA.  If you have warranty issues contact SWFA and they will instruct what to do from there.  They definitely stand behind their products so have no fear in that regard.  Hope that helps.
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 Thanks I was confused. But another now comes up. What about reg. card?
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