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List Price $19.89 Save $9.94 (50%)
Want it delivered 05-22-2013
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Average Customer Review4 (13 reviews)
Things I liked:The price is great, especially if you just want to try out a scope before taking the plunge with something more expensive. Unlike people I've seen badmouth this scope elsewhere, I didn't have any trouble getting it zeroed (it stayed zeroed as well) and it wasn't already broken before I got it out of the packaging. Optics are not super clear/bright, but it's a $10 scope. It works well for what it is.
Things I would have changed:1) The adjustment knobs, for one thing. I don't know what kind of metal they're made of, but it's rather soft and easily deformed. I took to using the widest screwdriver blade (the pry bar, actually) on my SwissTool to adjust windage and elevation because anything smaller started to mangle the slots. 2) Make it just a teensy bit sturdier. Mine broke when the gun it was mounted on fell over (not out of anyone's hands; it was leaning against a wall--inside corner, actually)--and it fell over. The scope took the worst of the impact on a brick step--has a ding in the tube--and refused to zero afterward. I contacted Crosman and was told I could sent it in, but that would cost nearly as much as the scope did. I've chosen to replace it with something else.
What others should know: As I said, I've seen some pretty bad trash talk about this scope, up to and including claims that it's made of plastic. The eyepiece is obviously made of plastic, but I can vouch for the fact that the scope tube is made of aluminum. The ding on mine went through the paint and left a gouge in the metal.
Things I liked: price, Looks right on my Crosman 1377c stocked carbine. Its way much better than its price, its complete with scope rings, and doesn't need battery's, its true value.
Things I would have changed: it needs "clicks" on its adjustments, you have to fiddle with it to get it zeroed, but then, its dead nuts. I ran out of threads focusing the eyepiece, I use the last 4-5 threads with the locking ring, it works.
What others should know:on my gun, the Crosman 0410 4x15 target finder scope works better than my BSA 30RD red dot, it cut my groups in half, and is equal to my Simmons 3x9x32AO scope in practice @ 35', so I'm leaving it on, the Simmons was overkill. I can kill a dime at 10 meters off a solid rest with the 0410. I know 15mm is a small obj. but its about right for 10 meter target shooting, or vermin bird feeder sniping, and this ain't the Olympics anyway. I'm impressed with this inexpensive scope.
Things I liked:This scope is very light and easy to adjust. For the money, it's a practical and accurate scope for the backyard. I paid $6.00 for it.
Things I would have changed:A better quality lens, but then the price would go up.
What others should know:You need a little patience focusing this scope. I had to back mine all the way out until it almost fell off but now I can read lettering on a pop can at fifty feet. I put five shots in the bottom of a pop can at fifty feet.