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Average Customer Review4.0 (8 reviews)
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Things I liked:The optics on this scope are very clear. I purchased a BSA AR2-7x32 AO scope over a decade ago and have had reasonably good performance from it so far. The word 'Essential' really describes my feelings about it. It is best for target practice with good ambient lighting conditions.
Things I would have changed:Nothing in particular. Maybe introduce a model with the ability of illuminating the reticle for use in poor ambient lighting conditions.
What others should know:The knobs for adjusting the elevation and windage turned rather reluctantly at first, but loosen up after several adjustments had been made.
Things I liked:This scope is nice
Things I would have changed:Nothing really....
What others should know:I mounted the scope today on my gun. I took it out to sight it in. It was well and ok. No problems, I was loving the scope until I moved the gun from left to right. I noticed a sound in the scope. It sounded as if there was a pebble moving back and forth. The scope wasn't broken but i'm guessing something in the scope had came loose. I don't know if I should send the scope to BSA or just leave it as is.
Things I liked:clear precise optics, sturdy construction, well protected positive click elevation and windage torrent's. screw on lens caps. duplex reticle.
Things I would have changed:make the magnification and AO end bells a little smoother and easier to rotate.
What others should know:mounted on my Benjamin Titan NP .22 after I shot a few hundred pellets using the supplied CP scope to break in the NP and smooth out the shot cycle. I have now shot another hundred or so pellets with this BSA scope and so far I'm impressed. Knowing how rough spring airguns are on scopes I was worried if the BSA would survive. I haven't noticed any scope creep in rings or dovetails so I guess the Beeman rings are doing their job as well. After the initial sighting in I had to only adjust the POI once but that was probably due to a re-torqueing of all scope screws and a GTX trigger replacement. All in all the BSA scope is performing good for me but excellent for my 15 year old grandson. My eyes are not as good as they use to be and this scope definitely helps clear up what I'm aiming at. My grandson has already shot all of the pine cones from our trees but I show him up when I pick off tic tacs off a golf tee at 50 yards, ha ha. I recommend this scope is worth a try if your looking for your moderate powered springer. If you use it on a higher power springer, well only time will tell.
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