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Things I liked: The field of view is larger than expected
Things I liked: This is an awesome scope for the money. The mil dot reticle is cool. and it is illuminated for 59.95! It comes with rings that I expected would have a flat head screw to use to mount them on the rail (which I personally hate) biut these are all allen! I bought this for my beeman qb chief and shot a 0.517" group at 20yrds with a cheaper gun with a not great trigger this is perfect for that rifle keeps it cheap. I would not hesitate to use this on my rws 48 or Sumatra 2500, or mrod if they didn't all already have $200 scopes lol!
Things I would have changed: the only thing I could say here would be ditch the stupid hard to open plastic packaging put it in a box! that's it
What others should know: for the money you cant go wrong imo. mil dot and IR for $60 and accurate what else do you need.
Things I liked: Good Scope Zeroed @ 25 yards in 3 shots into a 1/4 inch bullseye Nice illuminated reticle, and the mil-dots aren't too thick
Things I would have changed: Definitely needs an AO, which I know there were other options with AO, but we got this and regretted. It gets blurry at 20 yards unless set to 3-4 mag. At 30 yards you can make use of 5, but probably need 50 to 80 yards to get a full 9x magnification. is also hard to adujust, but there's a screw there that may loosen it up... Otherwise just using it, or a bit of oil should do the trick... :)
What others should know: If you have an airgun, or .22 lr this is a very nice scope for pesting and target shooting. If you can afford it, by all means, go with a Leapers or Hawke. But for $59 this is a sweet little package. The turrets work great and are easy to adjust, the reticle is great. Lovely scope.
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