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Leapers UTG 4x32. U432AOWT2. Customer Reviews - page 1

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Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

By Garrett from USA on 2018-01-22 21:22:22

Things I liked: Really solid construction. it has survived 150 shots on my hatsan 135 carnivore vortex in .30 cal. No problems. It comes with 22mm scope mounts with set screws in them to stop scope creep. so i didnt need to use the hatsan supplied scope stop. I can range find by using the AO. I start at infinity and adjust down until the target is in focus and that is the approximate range. The mil dots work great and i can use them for ranging as well. I zeroed for 25 yards and then shot closer and farther away noting the drop and corresponding mil dots for my range card. All i do now is adjust the AO to focus on the target. Check the AO range number, compare that to my card and i get the drop in mil dots to hold. Real easy. Glass is very clear with a sharp focus. Easy to adjust and lock with zero reset is easy to use. Well worth the money if you can live without options that need batteries.

Things I would have changed: Fix the flip up lens cover to the tube and not on the AO. When i rotate the AO the cover rotates with it. I use the AO a lot to range find and the flip up cover gets in the way with that. Add a rod or bolt to the AO so i can turn it while looking through the scope while aiming rifle.

What others should know: Comes with scope stop set screws to stop scope creep. It is magnum springer rated. Mil dots and AO can be used for range finding.

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Overall rating:1.0

Value for money:1.0

By Shawn from USA on 2018-07-23 12:09:40

Things I liked: Nothing

Things I would have changed: Quality control

What others should know: The 1st one i ordered the windage turret wouldnt close right and the the reticle wire broke. I got an rma. This is the 2nd one of these i got and straight out of the box, the windage turret had the same issue. I will be returning for rma refund. Stay away from this scope. 2 bad scopes are enough for me, Im going to buy a different brand.

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    By Shawn from USA on 2018-07-23
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    Things I liked: Nothing

    Things I would have changed: Quality control

    What others should know: The 1st one i ordered the windage turret wouldnt close right and the the reticle wire broke. I got an rma. This is the 2nd one of these i got and straight out of the box, the windage turret had the same issue. I will be returning for rma refund. Stay away from this scope. 2 bad scopes are enough for me, Im going to buy a different brand.

     
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    By Shawn from USA on 2018-07-17
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    Things I liked: it was clear and held zero even after the reticle spilt in the middle, 9 mil dots, adjustable objective helps w range estimation and keeps image clear.

    Things I would have changed: quick adjust turrets need to be changed or at least thoroughly tested before going out for sale. I did notice before this one broke that the windage turret didn't engage as smooth and cleanly as the elevation did. hopefully this was just a random occurrence.

    What others should know: I have a utg 4x32 ao on another rifle that has the regular screw-on caps over the turrets and its been a great scope and has held zero for over a year with no issues at all.

     
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    By Shawn from USA on 2018-07-17
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    Things I liked: it was clear and held zero even after the reticle spilt in the middle, 9 mil dots, adjustable objective helps w range estimation and keeps image clear.

    Things I would have changed: quick adjust turrets need to be changed or at least thoroughly tested before going out for sale. I did notice before this one broke that the windage turret didn't engage as smooth and cleanly as the elevation did.

    What others should know: I have a utg 4x32 ao on another rifle that has the regular screw-on caps over the turrets and its been a great scope and has held zero for over a year with no issues at all.

     
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    By Garrett from USA on 2018-01-22
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    Things I liked: Really solid construction. it has survived 150 shots on my hatsan 135 carnivore vortex in .30 cal. No problems. It comes with 22mm scope mounts with set screws in them to stop scope creep. so i didnt need to use the hatsan supplied scope stop. I can range find by using the AO. I start at infinity and adjust down until the target is in focus and that is the approximate range. The mil dots work great and i can use them for ranging as well. I zeroed for 25 yards and then shot closer and farther away noting the drop and corresponding mil dots for my range card. All i do now is adjust the AO to focus on the target. Check the AO range number, compare that to my card and i get the drop in mil dots to hold. Real easy. Glass is very clear with a sharp focus. Easy to adjust and lock with zero reset is easy to use. Well worth the money if you can live without options that need batteries.

    Things I would have changed: Fix the flip up lens cover to the tube and not on the AO. When i rotate the AO the cover rotates with it. I use the AO a lot to range find and the flip up cover gets in the way with that. Add a rod or bolt to the AO so i can turn it while looking through the scope while aiming rifle.

    What others should know: Comes with scope stop set screws to stop scope creep. It is magnum springer rated. Mil dots and AO can be used for range finding.

     
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