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Swampfox Kentucky Long Recce Mil Scope

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Published on 22 May 2022 / In Firearms

The Kentucky Long is a scope named after the famous rifle used long ago in the wide open plains of the United States. This is a milrad scope from 2-12 magnification and it has some great options from the pop up locking turrets to the included throw lever. The glass solid especially for the price point coming in under $500. All footage filmed by a professional, under the supervision of certified instructors on a bonafide public range. No modifications of any kind were made to the items used in this video.

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