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Things I liked: Good clarity, seems well made would make a good scope for a pump or a pcp
Things I would have changed: Some decent flip style dust caps would be a plus
What others should know: Scope will not last long on a spring piston rifle. Held a zero for about the first 250 shots. After that groups started to randomly shift. You may have better luck mounting it on a pcp or a multi pump
Things I liked: Great scope, super clear all through AO, real good low light. Mounted on Benjamin Titan NP with Beeman adjustable mount, set at 20yds, pin point accurate out to 40yrds easy. ( we are talking squirrel heads)
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Not for high recoil units like Benjamin Trail NP XL... Use with a good mount to keep optics centered.
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.
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?
Hawk , and UTG , are both good choices for your application.
I don't understand the value of nitrogen filled. what about that?
It is a dry relatively inert gas that helps keep the scope from fogging internally and other detrimental issues.
Does this havd the easy eye adjustment i get tired of the tight screwing and unscrewing
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.
What type of scope base is on your gun? What type of mount do you need? Weaver, Picatinny, 3/8″ or 11mm? Do you need 2-pc mounts or a 1-pc mount? 30mm or 1″? Scope mounts intro (Airgun Academy class)