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Hatsan Optima 3-12x50 AO Rifle Scope, Duplex Reticle, 1" Tube

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Hatsan Optima 3-12x50

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Hatsan Optima 3-12x50 AO Riflescope with rings

  • 3-12x magnification
  • 50mm objective lens (adjustable objective)
  • 1" Mono-tube chassis
  • 1/4 MOA (1/4" click value @ 100 yds)
  • Duplex reticle
  • 10 yds to infinity parallax adjustment
  • 7.3 ft to 33.5 ft field of view
  • 2.56-3.07" eye relief
  • 4.6-16.6mm exit pupil
  • 21 oz.
  • 13.2" long
  • Includes lens covers and high 11mm-3/8" dovetail rings


Other features:

  • Fully multi-coated lenses
  • 1/4 MOA per click windage and elevation adjustment
  • Nitrogen-filled
  • Water resistant
  • Fog resistant
  • Shock resistant
  • Black finish
  • Aluminum construction




Item Code: H-HA90502 [PY-A-6627]

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By Andrew from USA on 2020-06-01
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Things I liked: Excellent little scope from Hatsan. For my eye it it is generous with the eye relief. On my Hatsan Flashpup i'm able to get just a little bit over 3.5 inches. I get a stable full sight picture quickly and with the 50 mm objective lens it gulps in the light and serves it up very crisp and clear. Focus is good, parallax adjustment is good... for the money and all around spot on little match for the Flashpup.

Things I would have changed: Generally speaking an airgun doesn't really operate at range long enough to need a 12 magnification scope. For the most part, and this is just imho, i think a 3-9x32 is generally sufficient so I might suggest that Hatsan save the money on the magnification and use it toward just a bit better lenses or coating. However, overall for the price this is a fantastic scope.

What others should know: if you're putting it on a Kral PB Silent you'll need high rings and I used highs on the Flashpup.

 

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By Angelo from USA on 2020-05-30
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Things I liked: Great scope nice build,

Things I would have changed: Make it cheaper

What others should know: The s is a large heavy scope but it works great

 

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By Tom from USA on 2020-04-03
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Things I liked: AO so you can focus at various distances Size (I've seen really huge x50AO scopes) Holds a zero for us so far on a PCP air rifle

Things I would have changed: None

What others should know: It came free when we purchased the Hatsan Flashpup in .25. We think it works great!

 

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  • shawn from USA asked:

    At what magnification is it truly equal with the mil dots

    • Mark from USA:

      The mildot is usually measured at 10x.

  • Mr. E from USA asked:

    Are the scopr rings low? I hear hatsan flashpup, which this scope is being given as a free item has a very high scope rail.

    • Mark from USA:

      The rings are high. To allow the front bell to clear the gun body when mounted. A 1' tube scope requires high rings to allow a 50mm objective to clear the receiver.

  • Wesley from USA asked:

    Will this scope stand up to use on a springer?

    • Maurice from USA:

      Probably will for a while anyway. But I would highly recommend using better rings, like the UTG/Leapers Accushot mounts, only about $11 and worth it since the mounts that come with it are single screw and won't hold tight.

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