Redfield scope

6/19/15 @ 5:56 PM
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03-14-1938
03-14-1938
USER since 6/14/15
I have a 2-7 Redfield scope that has 200-600 just right of the vertical line. I suppose it is a range finder. How do you use it?
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7/3/15 @ 10:05 AM
03-14-1938
03-14-1938
USER since 6/14/15
It is one of the old ones ,I'll Try the 18 in. Thanks.

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6/29/15 @ 4:06 PM
marinerman
marinerman
USER since 6/27/01
Was just looking at the Redfield website, might be a new Accu-range reticle

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6/22/15 @ 6:18 PM
ditto
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USER since 12/6/10
Your scope is an older Redfield with their first attempt at building a range finder in the scope. If I remember it's got stadia wires that are supposed to represent 18" (a deer's chest) at different distances. Remember that today's Redfield scopes are not the same as the older ones. The older ones were much higher end than today's Redfields.

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6/22/15 @ 4:33 PM
marinerman
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USER since 6/27/01
Might be a range finder OR holdover lines for a given load/caliber. Go to Redfield's web site and look up the exact model scope you have. There are too many different types of reticles out there to know off hand.

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