01-16-2012, 11:12 PM
I'm selling my Bushnell Banner rifle scope. It's a 6-18x50 with a matte finish. I'm asking $50 SHIPPED. Why so low? Simple. The rifle that it was mounted on fell over onto the scope and bent the tube at the scope ring slightly, but enough that the scope at this stage of the game can't be adjusted low enough to put the crosshairs on paper. Needless to say I was pretty pissed that this happened, but since it's my own damn fault, I get to live with it. Optics are still clear and the crosshairs (duplex) are still in great shape. Make it into a spotting scope? Use it on the gun that always shoots low? Modify a mount? Try to fix it yourself? Possibilities are endless! I'd rather be up front about this than try to pass off the scope as good only to have another member unhappy that I didn't mention this pretty important bit of info! Located in Mission Viejo (south OC). Thanks!