Here is a close-enough-to-be credible replica of the first rifle scopes we know of, ones that saw service as early as the War Between the States. Manufacturer is Hakko of Japan, a Nikko affiliate. Construction is solid brass tube that measures 3/4 inches diameter by 32 1/2 inches overall length. Tube is mostly one piece, with a second piece threaded eyepiece that has threads and a lock ring. Each lens has its own brass lens cover, as the photos show. Mounting Rings and bases are solid brass as well, and the mount blocks are flat, as they were intended for Octagonal barrels. This scope will require gunsmithing to install on account of the mounting system. If a person owns a conventional round barreled rifle, the mount blocks will need to be reshaped accordingly. Crosshairs are standard old style thin cross hairs. Weight on the scope itself is 16 ounces, mounts add 7 ounces. Magnification is 6 power; eye relief is about 5 inches by our estimate. This scope comes to us from its exclusive Kansas owner, who never mounted it. Surface detractions are minimal, only faint amounts of toning here and there on the brass surfaces, and that is normal. We rate it as excellent, but photos ought to suffice for our shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. If a person looks through its objective lens, one can see a tiny piece of manufacturing residue near one of the screw holes. This is not visible through the eyepiece, and is simply from the manufacturing process. It is excellent, then, mechanically; mounts have never been tampered with, and scope lenses show no abrasions whatsoever. An original brass tube Civil War era scope will command five digit prices. We’re offering this excellent Hakko Japan replica, however, for only $ 319.00.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Grips, Magazines, slings, holsters, scopes, mounts, parts & most any small light items, entire accessory orders only $7.00 total shipping no matter how many a person buys. $7.00 for an entire order, Not $7.00 per item or anything of the sort. $15 Flat Fee on magazine orders to Alaska, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico, and gun parts to PR civilians must ship to an FFL. Magazines and any small light non-gun items ride free with ammo orders. We accept checks with no more than 7 days hold. MC or Visa phone- or fax-in orders shipped same day; USPS Money Order paid items shipped same day. Internet phone hours 8:30 – 4:30 CST Mon – Fri. Robertson Trading Post 117 Front Street PO Box 365 Henderson, Tennessee 38340. We buy, sell, and trade. Always have, since 1952.
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