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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Sam from USA on 2010-12-08 19:51:47Things I liked:Sturdy, clear and sharp optics, windage and elevation easy to adjust, holds zero
Things I would have changed:I wouldn't mind seeing a mil-dot reticle.
What others should know:This has got to be the definitive budget scope for the magnum springers. I have mine on a Walther Talon, which has trashed another scope and a dot sight. This scope is tough as nails and has optics that are as sharp and clear as on any other, higher-priced scope I have used. Windage and elevation adjustments are a breeze. The AO can actually be adjusted down to about six yards (mine is graduated in yards, BTW). I can stack one pellet on top of another at 10 yards with this scope. I suggest going with good strong Weaver rings, and I also suggest lining the inner surfaces of the scope rings with pieces of electrician's tape. Then tighten the retaining screws down really well. This will keep the scope from creeping back, and it will also add a small measure of recoil damping due to the elasticity of the tape. If you go to the expense of purchasing a good magnum springer, then go ahead and drop a few bucks on this scope. You WILL be pleased.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
By JD from USA on 2011-09-12 10:26:45Things I liked:Scope was crisp and clear. I liked being able to focus down to 6 yards for close shooting.
Things I would have changed:packaging -- the one i received was just wrapped in some bubble wrap and stuffed in the cardboard box. Maybe it had been previously returned?
What others should know:Mounted on a nitro piston air rifle, the scope shifts the windage off zero one click each shot. If not for this, I would have given this scope a much higher rating. I have returned it to the factory for service.
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