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List Price $318.99, Orig.Price $289.99 Save $90.00 (31%)
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Things I liked: Very fine reticle does not block out the target like many other scopes with the same magnification. The side focus is very accurate and works well.
What others should know: With the eye relief of this scope there is a good chance that you will need mounts that move the scope forward.
Things I liked: Where to start glass is really clear. The reticle is nice and fine so far this is my favorite scope I have ever owned
Things I would have changed: Well anything can be improved but this great for the money
What others should know: Buy it lol this is my first eched glass reticle all my other scopes where utg and Centerpoint I still like my utg scopes but they can't touch the aeon, this is a large scope witch makes for a vary clear image expecially in low light this scope is perfect
Things I liked: Heavy, all metal, large 30mm tube lets in a lot of light. Very clear glass. Graduations are laser etched into glass so there is not wire to break or shift POI. Turret knobs are large with distinct click adjustments. Did not feel any slop in knobs when sighting in scope.
Things I would have changed: Make target knobs adjustable so I can zero the turrets after sighting in. Otherwise an excellent value for the money.
What others should know: Scope is rather large and probably not a good fit on smaller rifles. I have not tried the scope with heavy recoil springers or powder burners. I have this mounted on my FX Wildcat .22 and Air Force Condor .25. An absolute phenomenal scope on both rifles. Looks a little big on the Wildcat, but smaller than my night scope. Steady, and consistent out to 100 yards. Easy to adjust by either graduations or by adjusting turrets. A great value. I have Trijicon, Leopold & Bushnell scopes costing 2-3 times as much and this scope is just as clear and well crafted.
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Is this a first or second focal plane scope
Is that MIL or MOA reticle ?
Trajectory reticle. Click on image?
What is that protruding from the bottom center of the scope?
That is a pressure relief screw. The scopes are filled with nitrogen, that screw would be undone if there was a need to purge it.
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)