Lifetime limited warranty
List Price $259.99 Save $30.00 (11%)
Want it delivered 06-30-2016?
Order it in the next 5hr and 10min and choose Next Day Air Morning at checkout. Details
Buy and Earn 230 Bullseye Bucks!
Things I liked: Excellent magnification and clear glass for price point.
Things I would have changed: Manufacturer should put set screw on side focus for adjustment and proper range estimation. 30 yd target is showing @ 100yd on focus knob.
What others should know: This is a very long and heavy scope even without end caps. I put it on a new RWS 350 mag in .22 cal for distance hunting. If youre not looking to shoot 50+ yds, or your gun cant perform at that distance, you may want to look at a shorter / lighter scope.
Things I liked: Pretty descent glass, solid feel, after a few hundred rounds it's still holding zero on my Diana 48 (Its a scope killer), I like the reticle, turrets can be locked and the zero point on turrets can be adjusted, nice narrow depth of field for range estimation.
Things I would have changed: Short distance parallax-have to turn the magnification down to 6x to focus at 10 yrd. 24x will work down to 12 yards.
What others should know: Sent it to Leapers and they replied that it is performing according to specifications. Maybe my glasses/eyes are too old to focus that close. It's not really a deal breaker. I appreciate their efforts.
Things I liked: The magnification is great. The SWAT feature is wonderful too. It is so easy to estimate target ranges with this scope. The large objective lens makes for great light transmission in low light conditions (much better than my less powerful scopes). The turrets are great too. It's so nice to not worry about losing my zero, no matter how many adjustments I make for windage or distance. It's nice to have the option to use this scope at just 6X when low light or field of view warrant it, but then zoom in to anything between 6X to 24X whenever I want to if conditions will allow it. This scope is built well and will hold up to a lot of rugged use.
Things I would have changed: If I could, I would make this scope much lighter. It's physically bigger than the less powerful scopes that I have, which explains most of the extra weight. Making this scope lighter would drive up the price as well as compromise it's durability, so I can live with the extra weight.
What others should know: The "experts" will say that you don't need this much scope, which is true unless you are doing Field target competitions. They'll say that you can't use the higher magnifications in low light conditions, which is true. They'll say they never use anything more than 6X or 9X, but they probably don't use anything much less than that either. I like having the option to use the higher magnification when the light allows and I feel the need. I am willing to pay a little more and carry the extra weight in order to have that option. Oh yeah, I almost forgot to mention that the large objective does a great job of transmitting light at lower power during low light conditions. For me, it's kind of like having a big screen TV. It's hard to go back to the smaller screen once you have watch a big screen. You may not "need it", but it sure is nice.
Dose anyone knows what is the MOA/turret adjustment range of this scope?? or other leapers??? i would prefer that PA has explain this as well,,,
1/8 MOA (1/8" click value @ 100 yds)
What rings does it come with, 11mm or 22mm?
It comes with Weaver style rings
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?