Date: 26/11/2015 7:22

Bushnell Banner 4-12x40 AO Rifle Scope, Multi-X Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 1" Tube

Bushnell Banner 4-12x40 AO Rifle Scope, Multi-X Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 1" Tube

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  • Rifle scope
  • 4-12x magnification
  • 40mm objective lens (adjustable objective)
  • 1" tube
  • 1/4 MOA (1/4" click value @ 100 yds)
  • Multi-X (duplex) reticle
  • 10 yds to infinity parallax adjustment
  • 29.9 ft to 11 ft field of view @ 100 yds
  • 60" adjustment range @ 100 yds
  • 3.3" eye relief
  • 10mm to 3.3mm exit pupil
  • 15 oz.
  • 12" long
  • 5.5" mounting length

Other features:
  • Mutli-coated optics
  • Fast-focus eyepiece
  • Nitrogen-filled
  • Fogproof
  • Waterproof
Features Dusk & Dawn Brightness (DDB) multi-coated lenses for clarity and brightness in low light. This is a great scope for hunting, plinking and the hunter class of field target. The fast-focus eyepiece and the fingertip windage and elevation adjustments make this ideal for anyone in a position requiring fast action!

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Item Code: BN-5056 [PY-A-3065]
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By Dan from USA on 2015-02-27
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Things I liked: This is a nice scope

Things I would have changed: It is not Spring Piston rifle safe.

What others should know: I contacted Bushnell and they said the "Banner" line of scopes is not Spring piston air rifle safe.

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By Jim from USA on 2014-06-24
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Things I liked: This is a very good scope, I have it on a .22 springer that shoots in the 700fps range, and it handles the recoil fine. It is clear and sharp, the fast focus works well, and the AO lets me focus down to 10 meters with no problems. At 12x it has very good target definition at 40 yards.

Things I would have changed: Nothing, but I wish they would re-introduce the 3x9AO model for smaller airguns.

What others should know: A good solid scope that will last, and does not cost a fortune. I will get another when I get a new airgun.

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By John Dohrn from USA on 2014-01-08
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Things I liked: This is the best scope I have ever used. Very clear. Can be used to determine distances. I have fired thousands of rounds through my R-9 with this scope with no problems. I liked it so much I bought an extra in case they changed it in the future.

Things I would have changed: Nothing.

What others should know: With the R-9 and this scope using Beeman Kodiak Match 10.6 grain pellets I shot yellow jackets entering and leaving their nest at 21 yards consistently. Over 90 % hits. One hole groups at 21 yards. I have purchased 5 airguns and 4 scopes and thousands of pellets from Pyramyd I only shop there. Can't beat them.

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  • Roland from USA asked:

    Looking for a scope for the Walther Falcon Hunter .25 Series, my wife threw away the box, the scope and mounting gear that came with it?

    • edward from USA asked:

      I don't understand the value of nitrogen filled. what about that?

      • Cory from USA:

        It is a dry relatively inert gas that helps keep the scope from fogging internally and other detrimental issues.

    • Toby from USA asked:

      Does this havd the easy eye adjustment i get tired of the tight screwing and unscrewing

      • Cory from USA:

        If you are referring to parallax adjustment the front bell rotates to make that adjustment. If you are referring to reticle focus it is a accomplished by moving the eyepiece in a standard method. The second adjustment needs only be made once per person, once it is set should not need to be changed.

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