Since this is a second-focal-plane reticle, the mil-dots are only milliradian spacing at a particular magnification. The manual does not indicate what this is. I guessed 8x or 10x based on looking at a target yesterday 50 yds, but does anyone know for sure?
Typically the spacing is figured at 10X.
Is it possible to use this scope without a battery in? Does it include a battery with purchase? What kind of battery does it need?
Almost all scopes and red dots use a CR2032 Battery 3v Lithium Coin Cell. You do not need to put one in the scope to use the scope. T here usually a battery included with the scope.
What hight scope rings do i need for this?
You will need high rings.
Will the Air Force scopes work ok on a springer or nitro piston air rifle?
They should. They only have a 1 year warranty . UTG/Leapers scopes have a lifetime warranty.
my model of this scope appears slightly different, it's got the battery compartment and adjuster knob for the illuminated reticle on the tube opposite the windage knob. i've looked everywhere, yes including the instruction manual on Air Force's website, and cannot find what type of batteries are called for... it appears it might be the CR2032 type, can anyone verify this for me before i buy batteries for it?
is this made for air rifles
on AirForce's website, under the product description, it states for PCP and spring guns, though i've only ever used mine on the PCP i bought it for
I would only use this on pcp's.
Who is the manufacture of this AirForce 4-16?
Now made in china.
which company in china manufactures these scopes
This scope has always been made in China.
Ive had mine for 10 years it says made in the U.S.A. By air force air guns.
Is this made in the USA
no it is made in china