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Earn 35 Bullseye Bucks
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: 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.
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.
Things I liked: This scope was included in my Crosman rifle package and I was expecting the worst after all the internet comments on it. Well... after 200 shots or so it is still holding zero at 16yds, it is accurate, the reticle has not moved, and basically my springer has not destroyed it. Scope stop pin included in the rear mount is doing its job. Windage and elevation pots work as they should. Excellent value for a throw-in, and not too shabby for $40 new.
Things I would have changed: It is unforgiving for random eye placement. There is one sweet spot where all looks good but deviate from that a few millimeters and things go wonky-looking fast. There is some blur around the edges, not a big deal. My 3 star rating is for the optics quality but that won't stop you from killing pests with this scope.
What others should know: Everyone like to parrot everyone else and say these are junk, throw them away right out of the box. Maybe a few are, but some are fine and like mine will give good service and save you a wad of money. I can recommend this scope.
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Is this a leapers made scope? It has the (true strength/TS) logo in the description.
No made by the Crosman variety .
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
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.
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
Will this scope mount to the Crossman 459 MT mount
yes but the mounts have a lot of play i had them on a 1377 i would strongly recommend a steel breech for a scope i already wish i would have bought one ps youtube for install
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)
Scope includes mount. Need a different mount?