Wifama Wz78 trainer

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Wifama Wz78 trainer

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I started shooting in a .22 "mini Palma " match a few months ago. This led me to go through the safe and get all my .22 rifle out and have a look at them. This is a Wifama that I got from Prechere years ago.

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Nice! Haven't seen one of them in years.
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Thanks, s4f!

I was digging around in my miscellaneous gun stuff and found this old scope. A few years ago I bought a K31 with a Swiss Products scope mount and an old Tasco 6-24 scope on it.
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I was not much interested in the scope, so I dismounted the scope and mount and threw it in a box. I rediscovered the set up and found that the rings slid right on the Wifama. It is a crappy Tasco, but it was one of the older ones made in Taiwan instead of China, so there maybe hope. :)

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friend of mine has one of those older Tasco scopes. While definitely not the brightest or sharpest scope, it does the job!
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I bought a WZ48 from Prechere just about the same time; posing here on the right beside it's cousin from Finland. But, it takes a back seat for mini Palma matches to my Stevens 416 trainer.
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