BSA 3-12x44 Rifle Scope, Duplex Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 1" Tube

BSA 3-12x44 Rifle Scope, Duplex Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 1" Tube

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PY-A-959

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  • Description
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  • Need a mount? [new]
  • Rifle scope
  • 3-12x magnification
  • 44mm objective lens (adjustable objective)
  • 1" tube
  • 1/4 MOA (1/4" click value @ 100 yds)
  • Duplex reticle
  • 10 yds to infinity parallax adjustment
  • 36 ft to 9 ft field of view
  • 3" eye relief
  • 8.4mm to 3.8mm exit pupil
  • 19 oz.
  • 13.50" long

Other features:
  • Hunter turrets
  • Rubber inlays
  • Braced to accept the harsh 2-way recoil of magnum spring-piston guns
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Black matte finish

A robust scope suitable for hunting, plinking, spinners and more. Mount it on any air rifle for precise shooting.


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Item Code: BSA-AR312x44 [PY-A-959]
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By Paul from USA on 2015-05-16
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Things I liked: The price is great, and so is the build quality, glass is clear.

Things I would have changed: Really nothing, screw lens caps are fine, take some turns to go tight, you do not need to though, just go halfway or less for the impatient out there, they ain't goin' anywhere!

What others should know: I will be 63 soon, open sights on my Beeman R10 .20 circa 1990 (still mint) were getting fuzzy for my eyes, problem solved. BKL single piece mount is rock solid. Another problem solved, two red squirrels that chewed through side of garage twice (vinyl too), have been dispatched.....

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5.0 5.0

By Allen from USA on 2013-04-13
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Things I liked: More magnification that you will ever need. It is holding zero well on my Gamo bone collector bull barrel whisper. I used a DN T06 scope base and low mount picatinny base rings which gives about 3/8" of clearance on the objective lens.

Things I would have changed: I have never liked BSA's screw in metal scope covers. I understand why I cannot use Butler Creek covers.. I will look for some kind of bikini covers on elastic.

What others should know: Because the ubjective is so large I had to raise the scope mount. No big deal.

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5.0 5.0

By Paul from USA on 2013-02-18
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Things I liked: This scope is impressive right out of the box and made the Gamo 4x32 which came with my Big Cat 1250 look like a wimp. Although the 4x32 was fine for daily plinking, I just needed something with more balls overall. I Took other buyer's advice and got the Leapers Accushot 1-Pc Mount with it which made mounting and centering a snap. Great scope with focal eyepiece, large adjustable objective brought my target into full view at 60yds. Played with it for a few minutes before proper sighting in and blew apart a green pop bottle cap at 15yds using a heavy 10.65gr hollow which I also purchased here. Once I collected up the pieces I was approx. 1/8" off dead center. Can't wait until I get it in my rest and really zero this puppy in. It comes with basic BSA reticle cross-hairs, but that's perfect for any shooting. I love the REAL metal lens caps and the hand adjustable elevation and windage MOA; no need for a flat-head screwdriver here.

Things I would have changed: Nothing so far about the scope.

What others should know: As I said I do love the all-metal lens caps, however, the forward cap on the 44mm end does have quite a lot of turns to remove it. Some might whimper about this, but ask yourself? When you are out hunting/plinking/sighting in, don't you remove your caps first anyways? The thing is, these are metal caps in metal sockets aka REAL; none of that plastic crap which will tear up the moment you seat it wrong. For a smoother removal and care, take a Q-TIP (gently spinning in between your fingers to reduce the chance of stray fibers breaking free), a little gun or 3-in-1 oil and apply a light coat to the cap grooves and there you go. As a hunter/shooter enthusiast, I would suggest you do this to your elevation and windage caps too. Let's not be wrong, this is a heavy scope at 19oz, but it's all metal rugged design, solid, no shake; it exudes 'I MEAN BUSINESS!' I would seriously recommend this scope to anyone who plans on upgrading their scope.

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  • frank from USA asked:

    will this scope stand up to the recoil of my beeman 12.5 .22 cal

    • Erika from USA:

      I would not suggest it. I would suggest a UTG or Hawke scope

  • GH from USA asked:

    Can I see a picture of the reticle?

    • frank from USA:

      it's a duplex reticle, fat lines that taper into smaller lines that cross at the p.o.i

  • Ben from USA asked:

    Will this work good for a rim fire rifle?

    • Jerry from USA:

      yes, the scope will work on a rim fire gun

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