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Things I liked: Fantastic scope for my 10 meter indoor range and ability to adapt for longer range, outdoor shooting. I shoot .177 pellet rifles and pistols of various types, but mostly of high accuracy competition styles, and this scope is the best so far that I have found for my every day needs on my Baikal MP60. Certainly one can pay more for a scope, but bang for the buck, you can't do better than this. The same goes for PyramydAir in their excellent service and customer support. Thank you P/A!!
Things I would have changed: Nothing at all.
What others should know: PyramydAir is the best.
Things I liked: Winner winner squirrel dinner (well, not really, prefer a steak). Second UTG Scope. Same as before, I will buy this brand again. Great fit for My .22 Crosman 2400KT. Thinking about another for my .22 Benjamin 292. Light, compact and easy to use. Lots of features for a 100 dollar scope. Same nice feel as the UTG 3-9x50 I bought earlier. Zeroed at ten yards in three shots. Third was just to check that the first two were correct.
Things I would have changed: Either add scope ring options (DOVETAIL ! ) or remove the existing ones and drop the price. To replace the weaver ring, I bought = Leapers Accushot 1" Rings, Medium, 3/8" Dovetail, 2 Screws/Cap Front flip cap doesn't fit tight with the sunshade extension installed. Ok for storage, but might be lost if out and about.
What others should know: Fun scope to use. I'd say it's a good starter scope on smaller weapons for new or up and coming gunners. Used medium height rings to clear the bolt action. Allows my old fingers plenty of room to insert pellets. High rings may be best, but the mediums work well for me. Parallax adjustment, ability to zero the windage knobs, the knobs are easily lockable, optic focus for eye glass wearing blind guys like me. Focusing in on bugs at nine feet in full magnification for careful culling is actually true. Lighted reticle makes this easy. Looking at stuff with dark backgrounds (trees, evenings, ect) you do not loose the reticle image when lit. Again, tons of great features for 100 bucks.
Things I liked: I was looking for a variable power and smaller sized scope for a .22 rim fire breakdown rifle. Small size was important so that when mounted it would still fit in the zippered storage case. This one fits the bill. This scope has a sharp reticle and the AO adjustment works great for typical .22 distances. The field of view at high power is quite acceptable. The quick detach rings hold fast and are very nice for removal when cleaning the receiver. Another nice feature is the lockable windage and elevation adjustment dials and the "0" marks.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: I bought the UTG 1-12x40 AO for a .22 air rifle. I like both of these scopes a great deal. Nice quality for reasonable cost. The illumination is pretty nice in different light conditions.
Would this scope, and different rings of course, work on a Crosman 2260 metal breech.
Will medium scope mounts work with this on a prod
I have a Benjamin Phoenix Nitro piston 2 i really love this scope so will i need anything extra for this to fit my Air rifle or is this not a good choice
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?