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Steiner M332 - Fixed 3x AR Optic $199

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If anyone is looking for a quality 3x fixed optic for an AR, Interstate Guns has the Steiner M332 with 5.56 reticle on sale for $199.

I played around with my buddies. It is excellent quality and if you like fixed power optics, this is a winner at 1/6 the price of an ACOG:


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