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Things I liked: This scope has the look and feel of a much more expensive scope. I like the locking rings and ease of adjustments. Mounted on a Walther Parrus. The scope was easy to set up and has mil dot and adjustable objective. Looks like it belongs on my 243. I mounted on a one piece mount instead of the supplied rings. Looks good on this rifle.
Things I would have changed: Due to the mount height I have to remove the front lens cover to completely rotate the AO, but that's not a big deal and I seriously doubt I would ever shoot a pellet rifle that far out anyway.
Things I liked: This Leapers is built to take a beating, and keep its zero. Everything on this screams tough beauty. The glass on this scope is real delight, lots of de liight. LOL This scope is built like a Russian tank, minus the ugly. Rings offered are ground zero proofed, and very secure, for the "tune" of my RWS 350.
Things I would have changed: Nothing really. I would have preferred this scope configuration without its psychedelic reticle illumination feature, but I am by no means averse to the choice of color, and have actually used this feature in my late afternoon shooting. Pretty cool, actually.
What others should know: This scope with rings will add a substantial weight to your air rifle. I would suggest this scope be used for "light-heavyweight" gun, like the RWS 350, onto which this scope is affixed.
Things I liked: Having a Illuminated reticle is always nice, and the Mil-Dot is always great. The zoom factor is great along with the parallax adjustment is awesome
Things I would have changed: I have the earlier version of this scope that does not have the "Tap" and its on a 125 Hatsan pneumatic piston, and it does just fine. I was disappointed that this one would not hold zero, even after I fought to get it there for 200 rounds, it just would not do it. I have to remind myself that I ask a lot of these scopes for the price point. I have a Tech Force on my RWS 34 .22 Springer and its the same type and its been flawless since day one. I guess you never know what you're going to get but consistency in the manufacturing process would be nice, Returning this one.
What others should know: It's hit and miss with scopes in the airgun arena, I've had several that the optics were junk, or would not hold zero, in several instances. Manufacturers however who represent themselves as airgun scopes, or shock proof, really need to back that up because, many of us are using magnum springers and they as a rule will kill many scopes. The quality control needs to be better with final QC not just a basic bench test. The Scope that cam with my Benjamin Summit .22 Gas Piston 2 is a fixed focus and after setting it to zero held fine but.... I wanted/needed to zoom factor.. So...
will this scope work on a walther terrus or a gamo silent cat if so what mount should I use
Yes it will. You will want a one piece mount like this: http://www.pyramydair.com/s/a/Leapers_Accushot_1_Pc_Mount_w_1_Rings_High_11mm_Dovetail/636
Would this scope work with any of the following mounts on a dovetail rail? 1.) BKL 1-Pc Mount, 4" Long, 1" Rings, 3/8" or 11mm Dovetail. 2.) BKL 1-Pc Mount, 4" Long, 1" Rings, 3/8" or 11mm Dovetail, 6 Base Screws, .007 Drop Compensation or hopefully 3.)BKL 1-Pc Adjustable Scope Mount, 30mm Rings, 3/8" or 11mm Dovetail on my Magtech n2 extreme 1300 which I haven't been able to stop scope creep thus far.
What is the difference between the UTG 3-9x40 AO Hunter and the True Hunter.
Do you have the part number for the "Hunter" version you're referencing?
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)