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Things I liked:It is a very good product for the price that you pay, the vision is very clear and it has a good
Things I would have changed:It should come with the side wheel included.
What others should know:Make sure that you get the correct mounts hight because the scope is huge!
Things I liked:Most features for the money of any scope out there. Outstanding clarity even on max power.
Things I would have changed:Timeout feature on the illuminated reticle.
What others should know:This is my 3rd one, if that tells you anything. #1 resides on a RWS 460 mag in .22 cal, #2 is on a Ruger target ranch rifle in .223 cal, and the latest one is on a AA Tx200 Mk III in .177 cal. #4 is in the planning stages for my Ruger model 77/17 in .17 HMR probably this spring. In fact, my neighbor stopped by the other day and asked what scope I would put on a Ruger model 77 in .204 Ruger cal for varmit hunting and guess what I said. I let him shoot the Tx200 and he was sold. Ordered one the next day. In my 62 years on this planet I've tried almost every scope brand out there and this one is tuff to beat.
Things I liked:The CAPABILITY this scope brings to my Diana 460 Magnum .22, as well as me the shooter, seeking to become as good a shot as I can be. This scope gives you everything you'll need to more assuredly identify just what might be standing in your way towards that ultra-lethal accuracy we all are seeking. A shot group the size of a dime at 30 yards is not an easy thing to attain regardless of what some of these reviews might say, but with this scope properly mounted and a scientific approach towards becoming the best you can be with your airgun, you can get there. Keep practicing, keeping thinking, keep learning - this is the fun of airgunning!
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know:As you would expect, this scope is fairly heavy. Along with a heavy airgun, you should expect most of your shooting, even in the field to be from the rested position. Determine what power setting you wish to use based upon the size of your target and the expected range you will be shooting at it from. When your target presents itself, estimate its range and set the AO to that range by using its graduated setting. Take aim and adjust ocular lens, then do a final touch-up focus with the AO. You should have a razor-sharp image of your target to devastate with a well-executed shot. Happy shooting!