TASCOS


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TASCOSTen Acres and Stirchley Co-operative Society (Birmingham, England)
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It was not the only company to deliver milk, of course, but TASCOS had purchased farms in Northfield and Kings Norton to supply it.
TASCOS proved to be much better at retailing than land-owning and the Northfield farm was sold to the corporation for housing.
After the economic blip of the Great War and the recession that followed, TASCOS continued to expand.
Whether you wanted your hair cut, a new pair of glasses or a budget funeral, TASCOS could supply it.
When you upgrade to Tasco's higher-quality lines, like its World Class and the new EXP, you're in a different spectrum.
Coupled with Tasco's SLT (Super Light Transmission) multi-coatings on every lens surface, Tasco's claim is "30 percent more light transmission than comparable riflescopes." I don't have any way to measure this, but I can say that this EXP scope is surprisingly bright.
Tasco has done this, at least on a design basis; the EXP scope was tested on a McMillan .50 BMG rifle, 500 rounds, and kept on ticking.
The only reticle option is Tasco's "30-30 Oval," essentially a plex-type reticle ideally suited for this type of scope.