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Things I liked: I already own at least 25 UTG/Leapers scopes, rings and mounts. I was very pleased with the CQB scope, it is small, light and battle rifle simple. If the West Texas Jackrabbits had not moved to someplace with water, I would be thinning them out. Great piece of gear.
Things I would have changed: There were only a few issues with the CQB. First: Any modern scope should adjust from +4 to -4 diopters for our imperfect our vision. Second: I beleive that every scope should have a locking nut "jamnut" on the objective lens adjustment. Third: My CQB scope has an unevenly lit circle around the dot.
What others should know: These dot scopes are not for precision long range shooting. If you shoot long range (over a 100 yards) go with the floating crosshair model. I have both and each is outstanding within its limitations.
Things I liked: Compact, lightweight and focuses very close. Perfect magnification for backyard hunting. I mounted this on a BSA GRT which is a fairly light weight gun and it keeps the whole package very handy.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
Things I liked: This is.really quite the nice piece of work. Price, at least in the realm of firearms, is so far beyond reasonable as to be almost suspect. Honestly, I was not expecting anything like the quality this item exhibits. Optical quality, while not precisely up to E Leitz or Zeiss standards, is considerably in excess of this price point...and unlike the E Leitz item, does not include a "K" in the price statement. (You know, as in "$2.5k" or "$3.1K ). In no way is this some fourth-world POS.
Things I would have changed: My only criticism would be that it's somewhat bigger and heavier for a 1 to 4x scope than I expected. This is far from a deal breaker, nor even a negative comment, as I interpret this as being simply more robust than anticipated. Also, it's in proper proportion to the pretty hefty Air Arms Pro Sport that it now lives on.
What others should know: Actually, there is one other criticism that possibly might be a bit more serious though I would not reduce my rating because of it. Even at the lowest illumination setting, the red/green reticule is too bright. I've not yet safari-ed to the great darkness of our bordering regional park (Shush...don't tell) to hunt the vicious black gopher of legend, but it would appear the scope could use at least 2 or 3 lower settings. Perhaps a comment worth forwarding to the maker, as well as a future upgrade.
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?