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    Default Interesting Weaver 330 scope

    My son bought a box of scopes for 20 dollars to get one that he wanted to put on a 22 cal CZ. Along with a couple of NcStar sporting scopes and a like new 4 x 15 Glenfield was this rough but interesting scope.Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	3642541 I also noticed some electropenciling along the tube after I moved the small ring forward a little I can make out Telescope M73B1 and below that ser with the rest no longer legible. Any help would be appreciated, John.
    The optics are clear except for tiny chip in one of the lenses.

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    You have an original 03A4 sniper scope and rings. Condition is a bit disappointing but it appears to be an honest piece.

    Your son did quite well with his $20 investment!
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    Thanks Richard, I think the next question for me is what to do with it and what is its value in current condition.

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    It is no doubt a nice find for $20. Someone took an abrasive to the body of the scope to remove surface rust. It can be refinished as I dont see too much pitting. It will take some.work to make it look nice again. Too bad someone removed the surface rust. It probably would have been better to have left it alone. The windage knob (smaller one in the picture) is incorrect. It is likely from am old 29S model scope. That brings the value down some. You can find a replacement relatively easy. Id say the value of the scope in its current condition is around $400.

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    Sorry...forgot about the rings. The scope rings are the military type and in their condition would bring about another $125 on top of the $400 for the scope. I think $450-500 would be a good private purchase sale/purchase for both parties.

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    Heck of a deal. Shame about the abrasive but it is what it is. Refinish may be the way to go?

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