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List Price $39.99 Save $5.00 (12%)
Obj. Lens Dia (mm): 32
Illum. Reticle: No
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
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Things I liked: It's a very clear scope--Much better the the one that came with the rifle
Things I liked: Seems like a solid addition to my Beeman Ranger. Easily adjusted elevation and windage due adjustment toggle type finger adjustment knobs. So far maintains accuracy.
Things I would have changed: Mounting screws require a "Torx " tool rather than an allen wrench or screw driver.
What others should know: Will need a "Torx", T15, driver to mount on rife.
Things I liked: Inexpensive
What others should know: Appears to have a parallax or slight distortion near the crosshairs. Not critical but an annoyance.
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