Unserialized Lyman Alaskan M82
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    Default Unserialized Lyman Alaskan M82

    Has anyone ever come across another Lyman Alaskan without a serial number? This one never had a serial number roll marked onto the main tube. It has military part numbers in various places, but still retains the commercial Lyman Alaskan markings vice the military designation of TELESCOPE M82.
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    I don't know about these scopes, but I like it. I use a copy of this scope made by Malcolm hilux on my m1d. I shoot the vintage sniper match at camp perry every year and this scope works very well at six hundred yards for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m1 sniper View Post
    I don't know about these scopes, but I like it. I use a copy of this scope made by Malcolm hilux on my m1d. I shoot the vintage sniper match at camp perry every year and this scope works very well at six hundred yards for me.
    Only 600 yds ???...... we shoot our 03A4s to 800 and 1000 yds at Quantico...you need to come shoot with us 22/23 April. The Lyman Alaskan can hold to 1000 yds but you got to work at it hard and hold steady but its still combat effective this far out. Recommend 175 gr BTHP bullets.

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