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Things I liked:Well made with a beautiful finish. Very clear optics. Easy to adjust. Air gun recoil tested. Adjustable objective.
Things I would have changed:None
What others should know:Plenty of magnification for hunting.
Things I liked:Crisp image at high and low ranges, solid scope, very good in dim light.
Things I would have changed:This is why this particular scope did not sit well with me the turrents are the finger type and they are short, I bore sighted this scope and did not even turn it 30 plus clicks and it got stiff that my fingers hurt. Im glad I got in on paper and close to bulls eye and finally sighted it in the only worry is my elevation turret is the one acting up very stiff would not give me more for now 100 shots holds true but if I have to tweek it further im worried I will contact Hawke and Pyramind Air about this.
What others should know:Other wise solid scope clear glass even in low light I shot some rats in back of the fence with a low flood light coming of the house still grabbed a perfect picture.
Things I liked:It's a fair price for a good scope. The optics are better than I expected. Nice sharp picture edge to edge. The front focus is really close to the yardage marks to adjust for shot placement. It holds true alignment with no change in POI. Set it and forget it once the right pellets are found. So far so good!!
Things I would have changed:I would like the reticle to be a little finer in the center. It's a bit thick for same hole groups at around 40+ yards. Just covers too much of the bullseye. The recicle's thinnest part may be about 1/4" or so at that distance set at 9X.
What others should know:It's a good scope for pesting. A side adjustable parallax would be a nice feature, but you gotta pay for it. This one's fine with me on the front for what I'm gonna use it for though. An etched glass MD would be better for target practice, for getting the best groups on paper. They're just a bit hard to see in the woods for me. This goes well with a 1" droop compensator base on my RWS 48-.22 springer. So far this seems to be a really good setup. I'm happy with everything.