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Things I liked: Nice size for my Edgun Leshiy. Clear optics. Holds zero and have not had any issues even with some normal bumping that comes with regular use. Comes with flip up covers.
Things I would have changed: Not much. My only real gripe with this scope is that the way the optional side wheel attaches to it. I did a review on the side wheel and gave an idea on how I attached it. Kind of a semi-perm way of doing it. Honestly it is working out very well and much better then I thought it would. If you are looking to add the side wheel check out that review. Also something to note is that the side focus before adding the wheel is very stiff.
What others should know: I normally would never put a cheap scope on something like a Leshiy but I think this scope works to well to take it off now. I find it to be the perfect fit actually. I did need to use taller scope rings but that is just part of mounting optics sometimes. I always read that UTG scopes are more then the price so I gave one a shot. Would buy again. I am surprised at what some of the negative reviews say because I am having no issues with mine except for the addition of the side wheel. Now having taken care of that this thing is great.
Things I liked: I've had mine now for a better part of a year and I absolutely love it. Found it's home on my .22 2nd gen Marauder. Side paralax adjustment has me spoiled, find myself reaching for it on my other scopes that do not have the side adjustment. The color selection is a treat and you can fine tune it for whatever your target may be, early mornings or evenings. Rectical is super fine, makes for reassured shot placement. Even with the 30mm tube I don't find it super heavy. Couldn't use the weaver rings, needed dovetail but they look super stout. Saved them for a future scope. The lock down rings on the turrets is super sweet, further helps your scope will not lose its zero. Super clear glass, pests cannot hide from this badboy!
Things I would have changed: Haven't found any nags about it with my time with it. Hear some say it has zero holding issues but mine never has lost its zero. Sounds like they've maxed out the turret adjustments.
What others should know: For the money it's a badass scope. Gladly would buy another. My at44-10 qe is begging for one. May try a different leapers variant just to try another one of their products out. Pretty well sold on the brand. I'm all for the band for my buck and this scope has more than earned it in my book. May buy a side wheel for mine. It's a but stiff to adjust the paralax but that also means it won't get bumped around if I bump into it. I like how the side wheels look anyways! Debating on trying the brand I say go for it! You will not be disappointed.
Things I liked: This scope is really nice.. clear ..did a zero with 10 shot at 50 yrds..
Things I would have changed: Nothing..
What others should know: Get one...
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Is there a side wheel accessory that fits this particular scope?
Yes UTG makes two different sizes a 80mm and a 60mm diameter.
What is the mfg.part number? Is it :SCP3-UGM312AOIEW
No it is : SCP3-UM312AOIEW .
What is the difference between this and item Leapers UTG 3-12x44 AO Rifle...? 4319 appears to be the same scope but has EZ-TAP III illumination as opposed to standard EZ-TAP and is $20 more. What's the difference and is it worth the extra $20?
As Jim said that other one has the etched reticle, and he's right, it's worth it! I bought this wire reticle scope first and I liked it other than the fat reticle and illumination. So I bought the etched version (SCP3-UGM312AOIEW) hoping the reticle would be better, and it is soooo much better than I expected! It is basically a fine wire reticle, which they should advertise. The dots are much smaller, as you'd imagine, plus rather than all dots, every other one is a hash (tiny fine line). So there's the X at the center, then a line, then a dot and so on. The wire version has nine large dots on each leg and it's distracting, reminds me of a string of beads. The etched has four small dots per leg. There's also a small air gap between the fine center reticle and outer fat wire (which is actually still wire) so there's no question it's etched. Kinda hard to measure but my estimate is the wire reticle is 4-5 times as wide as the etched one. In fact I think the dots of the etched are as wide as the wire on the metal one. The wire dots are not quite round which gives the illusion it's out of focus which bugs me. The etched reticle and its dots are perfect. The illumination works out much better on the etched b/c the wire version isn't so good. The wire is lit at an angle which makes brightness a bit uneven and you can even see a shadow on one side of each wire and dot. It also lites up the inside of the eye piece and reflects a lot back at you which is even more annoying. The etched reticle is perfectly and evenly lit, and it only lights up the fine wire section leaving the thicker outer wires black. So with a floating red (the only color I use) reticle in the center it reminds me of a red dot sight but with an X. The light itself is probably the same but the inside of the eye piece is visibly different to minimize reflection so it's much better. The illumination is still way too bright and (imo) the current dimmest setting should be the brightest and go down from there. The only real bummer about this etched scope is it has made most of my other scopes unsat in comparo, so it looks like I may just have to spend a ton of $ to upgrade a lot of scopes..... As for the E-TAP vs EZ-TAP III, I think that's a typo. Looks like someone copy/pasted to make the new page and didn't delete all of the word Illuminated. I have both scopes and boxes side by side and there is no difference and no mention of a "III", and they look and function the same. In fact the only diff I can see at all is the reticle and change inside the eye piece to minimize reflected LED light.
That other scope has an etched glass reticle. That is worth the extra money.
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?