Date: 30/11/2015 14:15

CenterPoint Adventure Class 3-9x40AO Rifle Scope, Illuminated Mil-Dot Reticle, 1" Tube

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Power: 3x-9x
Obj. Lens Dia (mm): 40
Illum. Reticle: RGB
Reticle: Mil-Dot
Field of View (ft. at 100 yds): 39.0 - 13.0
Eye Relief (in.): 3.3
Exit Pupil (mm): 10.0 - 4.4
Parallax Setting (yds): 5 to Infinity
W/E Adjust Click Value: 1/4 M.O.A
Tube Size: 1"
Length (in.): 13.75
Weight (oz.): 20.5
Rings Included: N
Lens Covers: Flip Open
Sun Shade: N
Batteries: CR2032 3V Lithium

  • Adjustable objective, parallax focus from 5yds to infinity
  • Red/Green dual illuminated reticle
  • Target adjustable windage and elevation dials with zero locking/resetting capabilities
  • Includes flip open lens covers
  • One piece tube construction
  • CenterPoint's Advantage lens coating reduces light loss and limits glare, while allowing optimum light transmission
  • Ergonomically designed grips for fast focus eyepiece and magnification
  • Mil-Dot range estimating reticle
  • 100% waterproof, fogproof and shockproof

Item Code: CP394AORG [PY-A-1656]
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By CharlesJ from USA on 2012-08-19
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Things I liked: good clear optics

Things I would have changed: nothing

What others should know: good scope you won't be sorry you bought it great scope for a .270 too

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3.0 3.0

By Greg from USA on 2011-08-01
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Things I liked: The CenterPoint 3-9x40 AO strikes me as a product made to meet a price point rather than meet certain performance standards. In researching this review, I found it for sale from $50 to $150. That's an oddly wide price range, and I think you can do better than the CenterPoint at the upper end of that range (more about that later).

Things I would have changed: Whether or not you like this scope may be based on how much you paid for it. If price was your main concern and you are just doing back-yard plinking, you may be satisfied with the CenterPoint. At under, say, $70 it gets the job done. If you are willing to spend more than $70 for this scope, I think you can do better. The scope seems serviceable enough for casual shooting. The optics are not as clear as I would like, but they do transmit a decent image as long as there is enough ambient light. In dim light the image disappears, and the lit reticle did not seem to help. I liked the mil-dot reticle and the caps on the windage and elevation adjustments. I did not try water or shock tests.

What others should know: For about twice the CeterPoint's lowest price (but still within its price range), I much prefer the UTG/Leapers 3-12x44AO Accushot SWAT scope. (Check out my review.)

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5.0 5.0

By SeungY. from USA on 2011-02-20
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2.01 rating

Things I liked: perfect for hunting and my marauder!

Things I would have changed: none

What others should know: none

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