Redfield 6400 24X and 16X

Calfed

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I glommed a collection of Redfield scopes over the weekend at an auction. Two of the scopes look like 6400's...one a 24X and the other a 16X.

I know these are different than the older 3200 "long tube" Redfield which use rings that mount to scope blocks, but are the 6400's considered "good kit"?

I plan on using them on my .22 lr target rifles.

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pmclaine

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    They look a lot like the builds on the old Wever "T" series.

    The "T" weavers are fantastic scopes.

    Id bet you would find those to be plenty serviceable.