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CenterPoint AR22 Series 4x32 Duplex Reticle Rifle Scope, 3/8" Rings

CenterPoint AR22 Series 4x32 Duplex Reticle Rifle Scope, 3/8" Rings

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Rifle scope
Power: 4x
Obj. Lens Dia (mm): 32
AO: No
Illum. Reticle: No
Reticle: Duplex
Field of View (ft. at 100 yds): 28.0
Eye Relief (in.): 3.0
Exit Pupil (mm): 6.0
Parallax Setting (yds): 30 yds
W/E Adjust Click Value: 1/4 M.O.A
Tube Size: 1"
Length (in.): 10.5
Weight (oz.): 12.9
Rings Included: 3/8" dovetail rings
Lens Covers: Elastic
Sun Shade: No
 

  • Duplex reticle
  • Includes lens covers and medium profile premium rings
  • One piece tube construction
  • CenterPoint's Advantage lens coating reduces light loss and limits glare, while allowing optimum light transmission
  • Ergonomically designed grips for fast focus eyepiece and magnification
  • 100% waterproof, fogproof and shockproof



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Item Code: CP4032 [PY-A-1661]
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By Fred from USA on 2018-01-30
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Things I liked: Came well packaged and quality appears to good

Things I would have changed: The image of the rectile on the web site are not what the actual product has, need to update website.

What others should know: It has basic crosshairs and not as shown not he website.

 

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By Will from USA on 2017-02-16
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Things I liked: Good scope for the money.

Things I would have changed: Paralax is 30 yds but it should be 20 yds because you wont be shooting much farther at 4 power.

What others should know: Good low power scope for short distance shooting. Great for kids learning to shoot without breaking the bank. I bought this thinking it would be good enough for what I wanted but upgraded to a multi power with AO.

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By JAMES from USA on 2016-10-23
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Things I liked: VERY CLEAR.

Things I would have changed: NOTHING.

What others should know: PURCHASED IT WITH THE CROSMAN 1077 COMBO. PAID THE EXTRA $20.00 TO HAVE IT MOUNTED AND ZEROED. WORTH THE MONEY. SAVED A LOT OF TIME. I WAS ABLE TO FINE TUNE THE ZEROING TO MY EYE WITHIN MINUTES.

 

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  • Paul from USA asked:

    Will this mount on a Bluestreak?

  • Drew from USA asked:

    Is this a leapers made scope? It has the (true strength/TS) logo in the description.

    • Stanley from USA:

      No made by the Crosman variety .

  • Albert from USA asked:

    Does anyone know what the factory settings for elevation and windage are for this scope? I had a terrible time zeroing the scope and I am afraid I may have really messed up the settings. I would like to restart the process by setting the factory settings back on the scope. Thanks in advance

    • Ringo from USA:

      The only way you can get close to zero is to turn the dials all the way to the left or right or up & down till it stops and then count every click in the opposite direction and then divide it by 2 and then count that numbers of clicks back, it'll put you close to zero and then you can adjust your POI as needed.

    • timothy from USA:

      there is no factory reset you have to mess with it and it can take some time do little adjustments at a time till you see the point of impact move

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