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If you knew what it was like to trudge through the jungles of southeast Asia lugging a big, heavy bolt action gun and want to relive that, Redfield is here to help. They’ve just announced a limited run of 1000 3-9x40mm M40-style riflescopes in classic OD green that will look perfect on your vintage weapon of war and will be just the thing when you want to reach out and touch something. SWFA’s selling them for $499 . . .

BEAVERTON, Ore. — Redfield® is offering a limited run of 1,000 U.S. Marine Corps M40 edition riflescopes through SWFA Outdoors. These OD green, 3-9x40mm riflescopes feature a Mil Dot reticle, a tactile post on the power selector, and have an appearance that is more authentic to the original USMC M40 riflescopes used in the Vietnam War.

Built in Oregon, these M40 riflescopes feature a multi-coated illuminator lens system, ¼-MOA adjustments and Redfield’s exclusive Rapid Target Acquisition® eyepiece. This limited run honors the Redfield Accurange scope mounted on Vietnam era M40 sniper rifles. Rifle shooters building a replica M40 can now mount an appropriate scope for the time.

All Redfield riflescopes are covered by the Redfield “No Excuses” warranty.

For more information and ordering visit this item here or contact SWFA directly at 972-726-7348.

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Acquired by Leupold & Stevens, Inc. in 2008, Redfield is now a brand of the Oregon-based company. The Redfield line includes Revolution®, Revenge® and Battlezone riflescopes; CounterStrike Tactical Red Dot sight;  Rebel® roof prism and Renegade® Porro prism binoculars; Rampage® spotting scope kits; and Raider rangefinders.  The Redfield Gun Sight Company was founded in 1909 by John Hill Redfield.  Over the years, Redfield became one of the leading American manufacturers of sports optics, known for the performance, ruggedness and reliability of its products.  The new Redfield line upholds that tradition and is sold worldwide to hunters, shooters, wildlife observers and other outdoor enthusiasts.

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  1. mil dots question…. are they specific to a specific ammo load? (bullet weight / velocity)

    • No. A mil is a measure of angle. With fairly simple math you use the angle measurements and your scope’s magnification power to estimate range and bullet drop (and lead and windage).
      You do have to redo the calculations (or field testing) for each load.

  2. Rebel! Renegade! Revenge! Counterstrike! Battlezone! And my personal favorite, Rampage!

    Can their marketing get any more turgid? Oh, I know. How about Blood in the Streets! Room to Room Combat! Brain Matter and Intestines! Or maybe Blown All to Sh1t! Yeah, that’s more like it.

    I like Redfield, but since nobody uses any of their products to play CoD, maybe they should try some grown-up names.

  3. I had a good experience with SWFA purchasing an Aimpoint CompM4 and 3x magnifier plus acc’s. Great product, very fair pricing, fast reliable customer service, quick shipping. Can’t go wrong.

    • Retro never comes cheap. They know ‘Nam vets are all in it for nostalgia and will pay for the memories too.

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