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The Saleen XP8 is a performance sport utility vehicle based on the Ford Explorer created by Saleen during the years 1998–2001. There were three prototype models, based on the 1997 Explorer XLT, which when viewed closely, has distinct characteristics apart from the production models (rear hatch design, taillights, and integrated license plate into the rear bumper). The Saleen XP8 comes in two wheel drive, or all wheel drive four-door configurations, packing either a 5.0-liter V-8, or a Saleen-developed supercharged 5.0-liter/286-horsepower V-8.
A six-cylinder version, the Saleen XP6, was also made in very limited quantities in 1998.
Mounted on scope rings once, but never used actually used. Amazing scope, especially for the price! Same build quality as PA 1-6 and Strike Eagle, but comes with a very nice throw lever, which is detachable.
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Used 1-8x24 scope; looking for more magnification on my .308, so no need for this anymore. No issues, holds zero, illumination works fine, comes with original box, caps, and battery. Some scratches from use (not a safe queen).
Comes with original box and all original contents INCLUDING a throw lever for magnification PLUS the excellent Atibal 1-piece TPM QD mount (~$100 value). The locking levers are some of the best I've seen and the general build quality is excellent.
Used only on one shooting trip to evaluate the...