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Things I liked: Everything
Things I would have changed: Lens caps
What others should know: Replace the lens caps with a scope sock ...
Things I liked: MIl dot reticle. Target turrets. Flipup caps. Intergrated sunshade.
Things I would have changed: Get rid of the zero lock feature. It works great on my leupold but this china copy is a hit or miss with the adjustment. My first scope was unable to be adjusted since the lock feature was poorly made. No paralax adjustment so if you need this for airsoft just get a fixed power scope, you won't have such a hard time adjusting focus that way.
What others should know: Buy it if you are shooting out to 100 yds or more but for airsoft or pellet guns it is a pain to deal with. Adjustments may or may not work when you get this scope so you may want to check out other options. Go with the 4x40 version for airsoft. It is easier to dial in and focus since you are at a fixed power. You will never need more than a 4x for the short distances airsoft rifles shoot accurately
Things I liked: has a really mean look to it...and it definitely does the trick. Easy to zero in.
Things I would have changed: Make it AO...but then again I should have bought a scope that was AO. The lens covers do have a cheap plastic feel to them (pin that holds the flip up cover keeps inching out...and it's made of plastic). The back cover is fine, but the front cover doesn't seem to fit this scope...since the shade is angled, when you try to flip up the cover, it just pops off...HOWEVER, this is easily fixed if you just put a rubber band around the objective lense and then put the cover over it...holds it in place, and makes me forget it was a POS
What others should know: Sometimes if one of the adjustment knobs aren't lined up correctly when you're locking in their settings, it'll grab onto something and then snap down...I dunno if this will mess up the scope, but it still works for me, so it probably won't. Oh yeah, get the high profile mounts...