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Leapers 3-12X44 AO SWAT Compact Accushot Rifle Scope, EZ-TAP, Illuminated Mil-Dot Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 30mm Tube, See-Thru Weaver Rings

Leapers 3-12X44 AO SWAT Compact Accushot Rifle Scope, EZ-TAP, Illuminated Mil-Dot Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 30mm Tube, See-Thru Weaver Rings

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    True Strength
  • Compact rifle scope
  • 3-12x magnification
  • 44mm objective lens (adjustable objective)
  • 30mm tube
  • 1/4 MOA (1/4" click value @ 100 yds)
  • Mil-dot reticle (36-color illumination-enhancing)
  • Wire mil-dot reticle
  • 10 yds to infinity parallax adjustment
  • 32 to 10 ft field of view
  • 3.4" to 3" eye relief
  • 13.0mm to 3.9mm exit pupil
  • 23.1 oz.
  • 11.10" long
  • Incl. flip-open lens covers, see-thru Weaver rings and 3V CR2032 lithium battery

Other Features:
  • True Strength scope
  • Emerald-coated optics (95% light transmission)
  • Nitrogen-filled
  • Shockproof
  • Fogproof
  • Rainproof
  • Built-in color/brightness memory system
  • EZ-TAP Illumination enhancing (IE) technology w/RGB (red-green-black*) in dual-color mode and 36 colors in multi-color mode
  • Zero lock/reset target turrets
  • Sidewheel parallax adjustment
  • Integral sunshade
  • Black matte finish

*If you don't use illumination, the reticle will be black.

Whether you're eliminating pesky garden critters or plinking for fun in your backyard, this versatile Leapers rifle scope from will do what you want. The scope features huge array of illumination options for any type of weather and terrain. Complement the performance and accuracy of your favorite airgun with this durable scope!

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Item Code: SCP3-UM312AOIEW [PY-A-3429]
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By TIMOTHY from USA on 2016-11-06
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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...


5.0 5.0

5.0 5.0

By Paul from USA on 2016-07-03
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Things I liked: I really like this scope. Very bright and sharp. Very little movement to focus which would help in hunting situation. Small profile and weight, excellent if the loading port was covered by a long profile scope, this won't happen. Low weight nice for smaller airguns. I'll be ordering more of them.

Things I would have changed: Realize you get little adjustment actually sliding scope in rings especially double screw rings so you will rely on scope mount to move for eye relief. This was no problem for me it lined up well without any adjustment. I wished this was offered in a 3x16 or 4x16. Wish Leeper would quit supplying rings for Weaver mount, just leave them off and let us order what we want.

What others should know: Probably the brightest Leeper scope. 30mm tube is a better way to go. Definitely a must for under levers with a breech loading port that gets covered by a longer scope. Perfect hunters scope. Wish they would offer it with higher magnification.


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5.0 5.0

By smellslikeadults from USA on 2016-02-29
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Things I liked: Love the size the different colors the reticle can change. Like the side parallax knob and i like the weaver rings that came with the gun and 30mm tube

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: It's a small scope so you do not have tons of adjustment to get proper eye relief. This is not an issue if you check first. It works great for the last few shots at small game before the sun sets. Very clear and bright the illuminated reticle works great with tons of different colors that can be fine tuned for the best color depending on what your target is. I have mine on an hatsan torpedo 100x and it has held up great. Possitive adjustments solid rings by far my favorite scope for the money


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  • Aaron from USA asked:

    What is the mfg.part number? Is it :SCP3-UGM312AOIEW

    • Stanley from USA:

      No it is : SCP3-UM312AOIEW .

  • Aaron from USA asked:

    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?

    • Chevota from USA:

      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.

    • Jim from USA:

      That other scope has an etched glass reticle. That is worth the extra money.

  • Travis from USA asked:

    Some have complained about the thickness of the reticle. Is it thicker than the reticle on the 3-9x32 bugbuster?

    • Chevota from USA:

      I'm one to complain about it, and while certainly not unusable, it is annoying compared to a better one. I just bought the etched glass version of this scope (see my post above) and it's so much better that I am now officially spoiled and the old retcile is no longer good enough for me. Just kidding, kinda. Maybe not... Put it this way; if you never see a fine wire reticle you'll be ok, but once you do you're screwed. Kinda like B&W TV vs color, mono vs surround sound, bias ply vs radial, Win 9x vs 10. Some things in life just spoil you. For me, I now have to buy a bunch of new scopes...

    • William from USA:

      No, I have all of these scopes, some may be bigger but hardly noticeable, the crosharis work just fine on all of mine. No they are not the finest in the world but they work very well. I have no complaints what so ever.

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