CenterPoint Adventure Class 2-7x32 Rifle Scope, Illuminated Mil-Dot Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 1" Tube, Weaver Rings reviews - page 1

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

By John from USA on 2009-10-13 07:11:23

Things I liked: I like the fact that everything advertised is true.

Things I would have changed: If I were the manufacturer I build it in the good ole USA.

What others should know: I bought this scope over the Leapers scope because of the Lifetime Warranty.

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Overall rating:2.0

Value for money:2.0

By Daniel from USA on 2011-05-18 13:51:25

Things I liked: The price point, having an illuminated reticle, and the accessories is always nice

Things I would have changed: I purchased this scope and returned it because of the parallax. Fixed parallax scopes such as these are parallax free only at a specific distance (in this case, 100 yards) which means that if move your eye around the scope the cross hairs do not move on the target... AT 100 YARDS ONLY. When I mounted the scope and put it on a rifle rest, the cross hairs would move around a 2 in circle at 30 ft depending on where my eye was relative to the scope, and for an air gun shooting at short ranges, that is unacceptable. Spend a few bucks more and get a scope with an adjustable objective which you can adjust to make it parallax free. I purchased the 4-12x AO centerpoint and now I can move my eye from edge to edge on the scope and the crosshairs are absolutely still. That scope is a great value for the money.

What others should know: Spend the extra bucks for an adjustable objective scope so you can correct parallax. Test your own scopes to see how much 'Eye placement' error you are getting... place rifle on a rest and without moving/touching the rifle/pistol, move your eye around the scope to see if the crosshairs point of impact moves.

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    By Daniel from USA on 2011-05-18
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    Things I liked: The price point, having an illuminated reticle, and the accessories is always nice

    Things I would have changed: I purchased this scope and returned it because of the parallax. Fixed parallax scopes such as these are parallax free only at a specific distance (in this case, 100 yards) which means that if move your eye around the scope the cross hairs do not move on the target... AT 100 YARDS ONLY. When I mounted the scope and put it on a rifle rest, the cross hairs would move around a 2 in circle at 30 ft depending on where my eye was relative to the scope, and for an air gun shooting at short ranges, that is unacceptable. Spend a few bucks more and get a scope with an adjustable objective which you can adjust to make it parallax free. I purchased the 4-12x AO centerpoint and now I can move my eye from edge to edge on the scope and the crosshairs are absolutely still. That scope is a great value for the money.

    What others should know: Spend the extra bucks for an adjustable objective scope so you can correct parallax. Test your own scopes to see how much 'Eye placement' error you are getting... place rifle on a rest and without moving/touching the rifle/pistol, move your eye around the scope to see if the crosshairs point of impact moves.

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    By John from USA on 2009-10-13
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    5.02 ratings

    Things I liked: I like the fact that everything advertised is true.

    Things I would have changed: If I were the manufacturer I build it in the good ole USA.

    What others should know: I bought this scope over the Leapers scope because of the Lifetime Warranty.

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