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Thread: My new custom Leupold 20-50x50

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    Default My new custom Leupold 20-50x50

    I've just recieved all the bits to make my Leupold unique!

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    VERY VERY VERY NICE

    What was the price

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    The scope plus all the accessories came to about +- R16 200.

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    :bowdown :thumbsup

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    HI
    i nearly fell of my chair i feel like i want to faint...
    i am sure YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR SPYKER

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    Spyker I thought they did not make the custom anymore ?

    Where you going to put that scope ?

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    huh? did you get another one + all the bits? or just all the bits for the 20-50 that's on the steyr?????

    either way............ nice!

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    On his new Airwolf :screwy

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    Yes, It's a brand new scope. Got the last one ever modified by Premier. Serial no: M04863257





































    Actually I'm just taking the p$ss! :rofl
    Saw this on a website in the UK that does custom side wheels and other jobbies.

    [link=http://www.harris-engineering.co.uk]Harris Engineering[/link]

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    damn.............u got me all excited/fuzzy warm feeling....etc for a second there. i was going to make a offer that you can't refuse yeah, that's Jon........he used to visit the forum. i think brian also got some stuff from him a while back.

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    Sharp Shooter
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    Clearly you are very busy at work :rotflmao

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    Warm and fuzzy my ass' I'll bet you where cursing Spyker like crazy... ~

    Anyway, what does a Loophole do that a Nikko doesn't? I personally think they look not nice with that piece of stuff on the front. Sort of a fix, you know...like the Hubble Telescope but cheaper.

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    Well for starters unlike most second hand kit they are going up in value since Premier stopped converting them.

    To be honest the short answer here is quality and reliability. Jon Harris remarked on that a while back, the NS vary in quality from batch to batch, if you get a good one, fine, but you can equally get one that is not as good. Leupold maintain quality from batch to batch.

    It is a question people who haven't actually used this sort of kit do tend to ask. What I find is with the cheaper optics it is a case of 'where is the image least fuzzy', with the Leupold it is either in focus or not. The other nice thing about them is they are more sensibly proportioned than some of the cheap offerings and have a more sensible weight as well.

    Durability is another good point - one - they don't tend to break, two - if you do break it they are worth having repaired.

    In respect of the close focus adaptor - well perhaps not pretty, but equally you could say that the look of most FT 'raceguns' hardly constitute elegance - besides as I said before it is for looking through not looking at.

    Dale

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    Yeah, extremly busy at work. Somebody's got to keep the Internet alive by sending electrical signals across it..

    Nicely put Dale. I won't trade my Leupold for anything else, and it doesn't matter how old it is, or how many owners it had, Leupold will fix it for free if it breaks.

    I bought more than a scope, I bought peace of mind as well.

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