Brand: Bausch and Lomb
Model: 10x Tactical
Condition: Mounted once, shot once, then became safe queen
Price: asking $700
Location: Houston, TX
Contact: Voldermortist@houston.rr.com or send IM
Commentary: I've already put this scope up twice before and taken it down due to local
trades. None of which have gone through. Anyhow, this scope is almost mint, it's barely
been shot and has pretty much stayed in a safe mounted on a rifle doing nothing for the
past 10 years. The total round count fired using this scope was 20 rounds. These scopes
are not manufactured anymore. They were originally B&L's entry into the tactical optics
world. They were used on the SOCOM xm25 rifle and on the British L96 rifle. So if you're
looking for an piece of glass with some history behind it, this is it. These things are
built like tanks and will not fail you on the ruggedness scale. The clairty is superb.
The glass used in the scope is top quality. the scope has 144 MOA of adjustment and takes
30mm rings. When these scopes came out they retailed for $1000 to $1200 if I remember
correctly. Those who have them now, long after production has ended, refuse to part with
them. I am selling this one because I want something with variable power.
here are images of the scope. You can see it is near mint, save the small scope ring
marks on the bottom of the scope. They were mounted in badger ordnance rings. I am
not posting the images outright because they are rather large. but these links will
take you to them.