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Old March 22, 2013, 10:12 AM   #4
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If it's scoped & zeroed, buy it - if it's not scoped, be sure to check that the scope grooves align with the bbl (take a long look from the rear) before buying.

I've ran across a couple that couldn't zero, windage-wise, with a scope, because of misalignment there.

If you never intend to scope it, then just go ahead & buy it, since they all shoot just fine w/iron sights.

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