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Things I liked: I Have at least two earlier versions of this scope. One of them plus the one I just ordered are mounted on two Maximus PCP's. The Maximus it pretty light and these scopes are perfect for going to the woods and protecting my bird feeders. Great combination for getting rid of undesirable critters.
Things I would have changed: Not a thing.
What others should know: Not that I know of.
Things I liked: The turrets are really nice and precise. Sighted in very fast, and is holding zero. The ao is smooth to adjust and seems to be very close as to range finding.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: The optics are very clear, and the crosshairs are fine enough for bench shooting yet heavy enough to see on rodents.
Things I liked: For an R-1. Had old school Blue Ribbon 66R but just too much weight all in. Like 15 lbs. 66R is doing great on a lighter gun, and I much prefer this UTG on my veteran R-1.
Things I would have changed: Like one reviewer said - don't change a thing. Full-size scope with all the needed components: adjustable lens, variable power, and light.
What others should know: I would warn gas spring users to seriously consider if the want to risk any scope on that power plant. I have heard so many stories that gas springs break all comers - including Leapers.Therefore, I chose .22 so I could slow down the Nitro. I took the plunge for $100 into a .22 Fury Nitro; and until I found JSB heavy pellets, inaccuracy, and a HARD jolt, were the norm. I use a Williams peep sight, and had to Loctite all the screws on it and the scope stop. JSB Beast pellets have made my Fury finally group well and nicer to shoot. The 35 grain Beast tames the Nitro that otherwise is like a rodeo bull bucking when the trigger is pulled. I can only imagine the jolt on a .177, a scope killing jolt. My R-1 is moderate by comparison.
Can I mount 'Utg Scp M392 Aolwq 3 9 X 32 1 In. Bugbuster Scope, Ao, Rgb Mil Dot, Qd Rings' on Diana 350 Magnum .177 Caliber with T06 Trigger and Which Mount will be needed.
Does the included mount accommodate break barrel rifles and the related "barrel droop" or do you need something else for springs to accommodate barrel droop? I have an Umarex Octane.
I love this scope btw but now I am in a fix. I have a crossman Blaze XT which needs about 35 or 40 lbs of power to cock it. My hand slipped and broke the back lens cap. Can you direct me to some lens caps that would fit this scope. I love the flip up caps but I can't find them for this scope. Thanks
What type of scope base is on your gun? What type of mount do you need? Weaver, Picatinny, 3/8″ or 11mm? Do you need 2-pc mounts or a 1-pc mount? 30mm or 1″? Scope mounts intro (Airgun Academy class)
Scope includes mount. Need a different mount?