Weaver Optics Grand Slam Scopes

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posted on January 22, 2013
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Weaver Optics introduces the newly designed Grand Slam Scopes. These scopes have been redefined with new smooth lines. The scope rings are also updated, and match the scope as well. The aluminum eye-piece is solid enough for use with a gloved hand. The inside of the scope has a micro-track adjustment system that will not give up your reticle. This new and improved series has 11 different models to choose from.

To learn more about the Grand Slam Scopes visit WeaverOptics.com, and check out the video below!

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