dickbaker - 3:01 pm on Nov 9, 2012 (gmt 0)
KnottyJudi, that's the link for Merchant Center I've used.
I don't know if "tactical" would trigger a disapproval. I've tried playing with words and it works to a slight extent. But for the most part, any words I think might be "bad words" don't seem to have an effect. I thought having "rifle" in the description would result in disapproval, but it doesn't. Google seems to know the products.
I hope the following isn't being too specific for forum rules.
I've searched for various brands and models of rifle scopes, and only see a couple of listings at best, and these are ones where the site owner has used variations of words to trick Google's system into thinking they're not scopes. Otherwise, scopes seem to be "bad" products.
OTOH, magazines, which hold the cartridges ("bullets", for you non-gun type readers), are okay. So are rangefinders, which are used to measure the distance to the target for the purposes of adjusting for bullet drop. Laser sights, too, are okay, which is weird, since laser sights are primarily used for aiming at people.
But scopes, which can be used to aim at paper targets or game such as deer, (or, infrequently, people) are bad products.