I've had a few people enquire as to the types of scopes I can access for commissions. List as follows:
$10 each. 3 in stock, available for purchase.
$15 each. 3 in stock, 2 ordered. 3 reserved for commissions.
$30 each. 2 in stock, available for purchase.
$35 each. 0 in stock, available for order.
$35 each. 1 in stock, available for purchase.
$40 each. 1 in stock, reserved for commission.
$45 each. 0 in stock, 1 ordered.
$50 each. 0 in stock, 1 ordered.
$55 each. 2 in stock, 2 reserved for commissions.NB - I will only be ordering the scopes in on a demand basis, and I'm yet to test a couple of the more expensive scopes, but they are on order. I will also sell these scopes separately, without a commissioned project.
Before anyone carries on that they can get them cheaper from Deal Extreme, it's only the pics that are from the DX website, as I no longer order from them, due to extended delay on delivery times and stock level updates. My new supplier is slightly more expensive with initial cost and freight charges, but delivery times are generally quicker, and their stock levels are up to date. This is a bigger benefit to myself, as opposed to saving a couple of dollars. Also, their products are different brands of the scopes pictured - but they are very similar, hence why I'll be testing them before committing to any sales. I'll post pics of the actual scopes once they start arriving, and after I've had a chance to review them.
Also note, that alot of the cheaper RD scopes have issues with blurring of the illuminated reticle. Even the most expensive Acog imitation scope I have tested is still a little blurry, but it does look shit hot!! And let's be honest, aiming through them is pretty much a joke due to the unpredictable trajectory and variances of the darts. But, they do add that tacticool/intimidation factor, which is what all the kids are in to these days... apparently