Things I liked: Optics are very clear. I was hoping that the 44mm would be sufficiently for my M-rod 22 and it is. Absolutly love the side parallax adjustment and the side wheel is a must. I bought the 100mm wheel and it's a bit big but Pyramyd does not sell the 80mm (no biggie). Zero lock design works really well also.
Things I would have changed: I would change the reticle markings. it has 10 mildots in each quadrant with no half way mark. they all look the same. when you are counting the reticles to estimate distance and correction it's difficult. If you are shooting in low light and use the ilumination it's just near impossible to count mil dots.
What others should know: i use with an M-rod .22 and bought leapersmedium height rings. I think the full height "high" mounting rings would be a better fit for this rifle. if i could do it over and all things in the scope being equal, I would purchase the same scope but the 16x magnification for this rifle, as it is very powerful and accurate at a distance; the extra magnification woudl probably help me a bit. Then again practice can also help me in that department
Things I liked: large enough for my m-rod .22. takes good care of the scope, a even put a few tins of pellets and the magazines and nothing moves around when transporting
Things I would have changed: Better quality closing clips, they fall often but are easy to put back on.
What others should know: the picture shows rifle shaped case. the one a received is rectangular case. no biggie but worth mentioning
Things I liked: Very sturdy and bight colors. this thing will last for ever. It stands anywhere. it's heavy and will not be knocked down by wind or pellets. Very thick steel plates. I even shot at this with a .22 rimfire rifle and no problem at all.
Things I would have changed: It would be nice if it would be taller.
What others should know: The large spinners are large 2.5" or maybe a bit larger. Hitting it with my .22 marauder makes a nice "plink" but the steel is so thick that it will not spin around the axis, just rock a little. Only the smaller spinner in the middle 1" or so will spin around when hit. Would not recommend for smaller calibers or slower than 700 FPS guns.