does not include shipping and tax
Lifetime limited warranty
List Price $169.97 Save $19.98 (11%)
Want it delivered 01-28-2015?
Order it in the next 3 hr and 56 min and choose Next Day Air Morning at checkout. Details
Average Customer Review4.0 (21 reviews)
Create an online reviewand share your thoughts with other customers
Things I liked:Good clear optics even at full magnification, mil dot reticle easy to see and use, side wheel focus/parallax adjust with ranges spot on, and the etched glass reticle can't break or move inside the scope, even with the pounding from a spring powered air rifle.
Things I would have changed:The compact size fits my RWS 460 and 54 without blocking the breech, wish they would make scopes this overall length in 4-16, 6-24, 8-32 etc
What others should know:You will not find a better scope at this price that will last on a heavy recoil spring powered air rifle. I have 2 of these 3-12X44 and a fixed magnification 10X50 for my .25 cal. I wouldn't hesitate to get another leapers on any that I buy in the future.
Things I liked:I am a long time .22 rifle shooter. I put this scope on a Beeman R9 and the first three shots at 35 yards was a clover leaf single hole about four inches low. With this kind of clarity and accuracy both of gun and scope it only took another four shots to walk the point of impact to the dime sized red dot. Using my shooting cross sticks I put another one hole clover leaf group at 53 yards holding on the second mil dot up. Darn!!! And I have shot this rifle less than 50 rounds. The clarity of the scope is equal with some very high dollar scopes I own. I like the reticle just fine and with a bit of practice and memory what mil dot for what range will soon be second nature. As for the fancy multi-color reticle not just everyone can say, look I have a purple reticle. Oh the side parallax is great, I just turn it while looking at whatever and when it clears up, safety off and fire.
Things I would have changed:All things cannot be all good, human engineering always fails. Such as on this with the adjustable eye piece ocular. It took like four shots till I noticed the eye focus ring had walked a quarter turn, it especially walks with the weight of the scope flip cover on it. There is no set screw or ring and it does walk around when fired on a spring gun. So I robbed a large O'ring out of a faucet repair kit and slipped that into the space between the eye piece and the scope body, works like a charm. I do expect royalties. I would not change anything, this is a grand scope.
What others should know:Nice clear scope. Easy to use and mount. If you cannot hit with this one it is not the scope or the rifle. Lots of light and very quick to find the target in this one.
Things I liked:bought this scope to replace the bundled one that came with my RWS 54 (recoil broke the wire reticle in 2 days). This one has an etched glass reticle , easily adjustable focus/ paralax adjustment on the side wheel, and very good calrity throughout the magnification range. On my RWS 54 zero'd in at 35yds 1/4" patterns are possible. At 50yds, you can hone in and knock the center out of a nickle sized target with a little practice.
Things I would have changed:36 colors of illumination are not necessary for me. I would have preferred fibre optic illumination of the reticle, like my acog has, to eliminate the need for a battery. Also for the next one, I may go for a 6-24X just to make those longer shots more consistant.
What others should know:Accuracy is everything. The bitterness of poor quality will be tasted long after the sweet taste of a low price has faded away. A good optic is an investment. For years of enjoyment, get something that works time and time again.