Re: value of MINT Weaver C4 scope?
There have been some changes in the technology since that one was made. If I recall correctly, that's from the late 'sixties or early 'seventies. I'm sure it would function correctly, but you don't get the same quality of optical engineering as with a more recent model. Also, that one's not water-tight or air-tight; it was sealed with a thick grease. So I see it as just an old 'scope. I don't know anyone who collects old 'scopes to whom it might have value in excess of its functionality as an example of engineering history, but I'm not one. I'd say, if it works and in good condition, it's worth seventy-five bucks.
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