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List Price $279.97, Orig.Price $249.97 Save $25.00 (10%)
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*If you don't use the illumination, the mil-dot reticle will be black.
This UTG scope has an etched-glass reticle, which is superior to a wire reticle because it's etched by a laser and is much more precise. That lets you get even more accuracy from your gun. Another way that etched-glass reticles are superior to wire reticles is when they're illuminated. The etched ones show the illumination only on the reticle. It looks like the reticle is floating. Wire reticles often have a reflection of the illumination in the objective lens, which can be distracting when shooting.
Do you hunt? Shoot field target? Plink? Eliminate pesky garden varmints? This is the scope for you. What an incredible bargain. From the emerald coating on the lens to the illumination options, this scope really delivers the goods for any type of shooting discipline. The built in bubble level helps eliminate even the most minor cant errors to aid in long range accuracy. Making this the perfect edition for long range hunters or field target competitors!
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Things I liked: I really like the multiple colors available with this scope. The large objective and 30mm scope allow a lot of light transmission. I had no trouble installing the scope with the included rings. I normally hate installing scopes because I get overly OCD about it, but everything went onto my RWS 48 very nicely. I have been able to shoot from 10 yards out to 50 yards with quick parallax adjustments and had great clarity. Once mounted and settled in, I was shooting tighter groups than I ever did with the old, compact BSA. The scope was so clear, I never needed to use more than 6x, but I loved looking across the hills at the higher ranges of the scopes magnification.
Things I would have changed: I was not a big fan of the way the turrets locked or reset. There was also some play in the initial adjustments, but I was able to sight my RWS 48 in without any trouble. But, this is the firs scope I ever noticed to have so much play before the "clicks" started.
What others should know: As another user stated, this scope is HUGE! Also, the scope comes with "high" rings. Once mounted on the adapter for the RWS 48, my scope to bore, center to center measurement was 2 & 3/4". This poses some issue with gathering a good cheek weld without using lower rings or an aftermarket cheekrest.
Things I liked: Mounted this on a 24" AR-10. I was amazed at how well it works. I'm hitting the 1000yd ringer 9 out of ten.. Ringer is a one meter square metal 'bell'. easy to use parallax focus and target knobs . clear view with just a little distortion at edges. 1/8 inch MOA adjustment puts me right on the X at 1000 yd not 'almost' this is a awesome deal for this quality of scope. Well done UTG.
Things I would have changed: a set screw to fix the focus for my eyesight I keep changing it when I change powers. But that is me not the scope. Could use a little more elevation adjustment for the long range guys.
What others should know: I'm an old Army sniper so had to try this on my AR-10 but I bought it for a Benjamin Bulldog. Smooth move Pyramyd Air now I got to buy another one for the bulldog the one on the AR is staying there!
Things I liked: I like the idea, but not the implementation. I returned mine I favor of a Hawke.
Things I would have changed: The ocular bell was loose on the unit I received. The crosshairs were also off of the bubble. If I held the scope so the bubble was centered, the horizontal portion of the reticle was tilted so the right side was up and the vertical reticle was leaning left. If I held the scope so the reticle were even with (I used edges of Windows and seams around doors and bricks on concrete walls) the bubble was no where to be seen. I feel the bubble was too low within the field of view. It wasn't easy to see. I think people who didn't know it was there might not notice it when they use the scope. It would be interesting to see the bubble at the top of the scope, since the bulk of us use hold over, rather than hold under, maybe it could use up more real estate and be easier to see.
What others should know: In my shooting group we have had mixed results with scopes from UTG/Leapers. About 50% are acceptable. I was hopeful and took a risk but wound up disappointed. Maybe you'll have better luck, but at this price point you shouldn't need luck. Pyramyd Air has great customer service, and they processed my return without any problems or delay.
On a heavily overcast day My scope is almost unusable because it picks up the Reflection from the clouds and Witeouts the image. Has anyone else seen this behavior from this scope or any other scope? Is this a defect?
Is U.T.G going to offer a level on there 8-32×56?
Is this scope available in one inch tube? I have adjustable scope rings that would make this scope reach out even further but they are for a one inch scope.
There is not a 1" tube optic from leapers with a bubble level at this time.
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?