This old Weaver KV riflescope was built between 1950-1964. There's a feature on this scope that few people have seen: a third turret to adjust the magnification. It has a power range from 2 3/4-5, and a non centered reticle. The scope rings are made with the scope. Get this: The steel one inch tube was made, then a ring, loosened as much as possible is slid on the scope tube. The turrets and housing are installed, then the second ring is slipped on. The ocular housing comes last. There's no way to get the rings off without taking the scope apart. The scope today is cloudy but still useable. The mounts are unique in size and were hand fitted to the ring. Most scopes sold in this time frame were from W.R. Weaver, who ground his own lenses, machined the steel and blued it, and made his own mounts, all on machinery he designed. Amazing.
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