Average Customer Review5 (32 reviews)
Things I liked:Everything
Things I would have changed:Needs more eye relief.
What others should know:I replaced the scope on my Gamo silent stalker IGT with this. It hold alignment perfectly. The quality of this scope amazes me. Its better than than a couple of my Scopes on my deer rifles that cost 3 times as much. Its a great value and I highly recommend it.
Things I liked:This scope is copace, light and delivers a crisp image. It adjusts easily and I am very happy with it. It also looks good and has a nice finish to it.
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know:For the money this is a great scope. It appears to loose a little light compared to more expensive scoped it the twighlight hours but overall thiis is a terrific item.
Things I liked:This works very well for airguns, and is well built. Pretty much what other people have said about it. It's cheap and works and beats open sights by 10x if you are over 30 and your eyes aren't perfect any more.
Things I would have changed:The rear eye piece needs a separate lock-down ring as it rotates quite easily. It also isn't threaded to accept a lens cover/UV filter. The AO really needs raised numbers/symbols around the outside or an internal display or something as I have to focus and then look at the lines to figure out the exact range to target. PLEASE make the thing 1/8 MOA. 1/4 MOA might be fine for firearms at 100 yards, but for airguns at 20-50 yards, it's often the case where you're caught halfway between clicks.
What others should know:Uses a standard thread 43mm UV filter - get at any camera shop. Also, the illuminated reticule should be used on the lowest setting - green for day (I find it neither good or bad), and red for night, where it won't ruin your low light vision. The red is not a gimmick and really works. At dusk/dawn or at night, you simply cannot see the cross-hair but turn on the red at the very lowest setting and you're golden.