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  1. RTO
    November 14, 2014

    I was looking to buy a Kaspa to break in a new rifle which is how I found this old post.

    I appreciate the gentleman’s honesty in his writing/reviewing. I would however, like to respond to the hunting critique he provided. Some of us hunt for food and I do not kill animals except for three reasons: 1) Varmints that kill livestock or would other wise cause possible harm to crops or livestock, 2) To humanely put an animal out of its misery, 3) To provide meat for my family. Having said that, I’d like to share some history of the last ten years. I bought a rifle and scope for about $1200 and in the 10 years that followed, counting clothing (fairly expensive), licenses, ammunition, and butchering–I know, I should be doing this myself…., I have been able to put the healthiest meat on the table for about $2 per pound. In my opinion, venison is healthier than the best $20/pound steak. After 10 years, costing all the articles, the rifle and scope are now free of charge. A pretty fair proposition all-in-all.

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    • Cary Kieffer
      November 14, 2014

      RTO, just so you know the scope is still going strong. It’s been a gem especially for the price. The hunting cheapshots I took back then were totally meant in fun :) I do the same to my little woman. That crazy girl hunts bears with a bow. Thanks for stopping by TGR. Cary

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  2. kadon
    November 21, 2013

    after using this did it hold zero well

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    • Cary Kieffer
      November 22, 2013

      Kadon, Yes and it still is to this day.

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