Things I liked: LIGHT! Compared to scopes in the past, the Leapers are light weight, and hardly add weight to the gun. I was peep sight crazy for a bit, but this UTG brought out the best in my BSA Comet (similar to Super Sport). For an economic springer, the Leapers has maxed it's true potential: 5 JSB Jumbos in a penny at 15 yds. The objective lense works great, and the flip up caps are cool and don't need to be removed to change setting from 50 to 15 yds.
Things I would have changed: Not too much to complain about for this price.
What others should know: The stop pin is snuggly inside the rear mount out of the box. One of the hex wrenches comes through the top hole to twist it in to place. They say to twist down until the pin hits bottom of stop hole.
Things I liked: Mil dot reticle, lens caps, adjustable parallax stout rings.,
Things I would have changed: nothing yet
What others should know: Based on other reviews and the options this scope has I bought it as a replacement for the scope that came on my Benjamin 1000 which was a Crossman. When I mounted it I used a dab of Blue Loctite on screws let it set over night and sighted in the next day. First shots were 4" high and 3" right. Elevation came down easy but getting it to move left took a lot of adjustment. I was using red polymer tipped pellets at first and they seemed to be erratic and settled on flat nosed ones that gave a better group. So it could have been the pellets I was using but it still took a lot to move left but so far all is good and dispatched a couple of squirrels with no problem. So that was the only reason for 4 star, I may need to try different pellets.
Things I liked: I like the clarity the adjustable Focus and the Mil Dot reticle. It holds a zero very well. From 25 yards to 50 yards there's only one inch difference in pellet impact
Things I would have changed: I would change nothing.
What others should know: Be sure to use blue Loctite on all screws.
Is this a good scope for PCP air rifles? Want to put it on a Sam Yang 909 light hunter
Need advice: I have this scope, and cannot get parallax adjusted with a clear image. If parallax is eliminated, image is very out of focus. Also, my eye glasses create a double cross-hair image, which doesn't happen on other scopes. Are these issues inherent in this scope?
is this good for my benjamin titan np for shooting squirrels at distance of 10-25 yds or does it constantly need to be resited every time i want to shoot various distances
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?