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    R.E.L. 1942 Scope info

    I have a chance to pick up an R.E.L.sighting scope which I assume is for an armoured vehicle of some sort. It's in very good shape, and the reticle is marked with gradients on the left that say "GUN" and gradients on the right that say "MG" (coaxial?). The seller wants $50. and I wonder if that's a good price for this piece of Canadianicon military history, not to mention something of interest to a tank restorer.

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