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Minox MD 50 W Spotting Scope

Long-distance scouting.

The new Minox MD 50 W Spotting Scope delivers 16x to 30x magnification with bright, high-resolution images. This Minox scope serves as an excellent supplement to binoculars for hunters needing stronger magnification when scouting for waterfowl hot-spots at long distances.

The 8.5-inch long unit weighs just over 21 ounces, and will not take up too much room in your blind bag. It comes with a nylon carrying case and a pocket tripod.


Contact: Minox, Dept. WF; (866) 469-3080.


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