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Thread: ZF 4 "P" scope, They do exist......REALLY!

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    Default ZF 4 "P" scope, They do exist......REALLY!

    A recent acquistion. It took several years and a lot of negotiating. I would submit that these ZF4 scopes are more rare than the ZFK 43/1 scope because fewer are known to exist. Its in execellent condition. Enjoy.
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    Wow, that's pretty neat. I have never heard of this variation before. Did they ever mention these in Weaver's book?

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    That is a rare bird. Nice find!

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    "P" marked scope? Very common - - I'll give you $500 for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRH113 View Post
    Wow, that's pretty neat. I have never heard of this variation before. Did they ever mention these in Weaver's book?
    Yes. Check out the top of page 252. Claus's website under ZF4 serial number study lists 3 other "P" marked scopes, one being suspect. The other two are near in SN range (58068 and 65067). This is not to say that more do not exist as I am sure several must be in private collections. It is very rare to see one surface like this and in such good condition.

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    Can we get a picture of the reticle?

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    What's the "P" stand for?

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