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The Scopes Trial, formally known as The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes and commonly referred to as the Scopes Monkey Trial, was an American legal case in July 1925 in which a substitute high school teacher, John T. Scopes, was accused of violating Tennessee's Butler Act, which had made it unlawful to teach human evolution in any state-funded school. The trial was deliberately staged in order to attract publicity to the small town of Dayton, Tennessee, where it was held. Scopes was unsure whether he had ever actually taught evolution, but he purposely incriminated himself so that the case could have a defendant.
Scopes was found guilty and fined $100 ($1395 in 2017), but the verdict was overturned on a technicality. The trial served its purpose of drawing intense national publicity, as national reporters flocked to Dayton to cover the big-name lawyers who had agreed to represent each side. William Jennings Bryan, three-time presidential candidate, argued for the prosecution, while Clarence Darrow, the famed defense attorney, spoke for Scopes. The trial publicized the Fundamentalist–Modernist Controversy, which set Modernists, who said evolution was not inconsistent with religion, against Fundamentalists, who said the word of God as revealed in the Bible took priority over all human knowledge. The case was thus seen as both a theological contest and a trial on whether "modern science" should be taught in schools.
This is BRAND NEW IN THE BOX!
Never mounted and only taken out of the box for the pictures.
It has the APMR IR MIL reticle and is in the First Focal Plane.
I came across two of these while on a business trip and I'm only going to keep one.
I accept Venmo, Cash App, Zelle and PayPal and of course...
Made in USA HD shcott glass. Your $700 to $1000+ scopes use this glass. The rest is made in Japan. Exposed lockable turrets with .1Mrad adjustments. The turrets are very tactile/audible and can be reset to zero. It’s the R-mil reticle with passive range finding. 5 illuminated settings between...
Was mounted and used for 1 range trip before I decided I want to stick with NF scopes across all my rifles. Been sitting in the safe for a few months butWas mounted and used for 1 range trip before I decided I want to stick with NF scopes across all my rifles. Been sitting in the safe for a few...
Two Leupold VX1 scopes I no longer need. Both have been mounted, the matte is as new, the silver scope has a couple light scuffs and a slight dent on one of the caps.
$125 each, or $225 for both. Please contact via private conversation.
Have 3 leupold scopes available.
- Vx-3i 4.5-14x40 mounted to rifle then left in safe. $300.00
-Vx-iii 4.5-14x40 with target turrets added. Scope has ring marks see photos below $200.00
-Vx-ii 4-12x40 $200
All of these came from an estate. Other than the descriptions and photos, I don't know anything else about them. All 4 of these Scopes has the same cross hair configuration. This is a really difficult picture to capture, so I am just posting this one.
Take these last 2 for $115 shipped or $100...
Does anyone have experience using older scopes in the PNW climate? Now that I’m past 40 (in my kids’ eyes I’m ancient) my eyes don’t do well at 200+ yards with iron sights. I also don’t want to use a modern scope on a classic rifle and ruin the nostalgic fun. I am willing to accept a...
Today I went to mount a nice optic on one of my rifles and realized I needed different bases.
I had already replaced the Leupold Dove Tail style in favor of Picatinny aka wide weaver style bases. I had selected 2 piece bases because I liked how clean they look. Unfortunately my new scope has...
Holosun HS510C $250. Under 150rds at target range.
Burris C4 plus $250. Used 3 times for target group.
Sig Sauer Sierra3DBX 4.5-14x44mm $450. Used 1 time for Zero scope.
All cash no trade. Text 503-290-8282
I have a vortex hs-t 6-24 with mil rad turrets,
And a vortex strike eagle 1-8 illuminated. I'll update this post with more information on the strike eagle when I have a chance to open up my safe.
I'd like to trade one or both for a quality optic more set up for hunting. Something with capped...
Both sold *****I have two long range scopes i removed from rifles I purchased.
#1 Millet 6-25x56 with lens caps, 30mm tube, 1/4 MOA. Nice shape. $65 SOLD*SOLD*SOLD*
#2 Wotac 4-14x50, 30mm tube, 1/4 MOA $45
FTF in East Vancouver. Please PM with questions.
If you bought a Leupold scope in 2015 from this guy and are wondering why the crosshairs fell off here's why......
Oregon retailer accused of selling counterfeit Leupold rifle scopes
Counterfeit Warning | Leupold
I've got 3 Nightforce scopes up grabs. 1 is a second gen ATACR 5x25x56 F1 Horus H-59 reticle non illuminated, Mill. Asking $2650 obo The other 2 are NXS's. One is a brand new 3.5x15x50 Mill-R reticle, Mill turrets, zero stop and illumination. Last one is a NXS 5.5x22x56 Mill-R, mill turrets...
Nikon p223 3-9 with mount --- sold
Leupold rifleman 3-9 with leupold rings ---sold
Nikon 4-12 with nikon rings $120
Bushnell ar scope 4.5-18 $120
Vortex diamondback tactical 6-24x50 with vortex rings--- sold
Athlon neos 6-18 $140
All scopes ar perfect condition and functional