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Things I liked: I own a number of UTG scopes, and this is one of their finest. The thin, etched reticle is about as good as it gets, and the 30mm tube allows for plenty of light. I now own 3 of them, and all hold their zero from session to session, and I use them on springers. No problems.
Things I liked: Clear edge-to-edge optics; bright; able to see flies on target 40 yards away; holding zero and maintaining integrity after 200 shots on full power RWS Model 48 .177. Etched reticle is thin allowing precise shots on small targets; worked well on my field target range where targets are set out to 70 yards. The clarity of the UTG 10x50 scope made hits on one inch lollipops at 45 yards easy. Highly pleased with optical quality at this price.
Things I would have changed: Offer without illuminated reticle. I have no use for this feature.
What others should know: This is a big scope; precise clicks; I suggest low rings if you are using a DNT06 mount. For me, low rings allowed comfortable, consistent sight alignment with my scope. If my RWS 48 kills my Leapers UTG 10x50 scope, I will let you all know.
Things I liked: I love this scope. You don't have to worry about change of poi with the change of power. really like the etched glass much finer than wire reticle. I mounted this on my Hatson mod 125th it has quite a kick. I have put about 200 pellets through it so far. seems to holding so far with this cannon. Scope was easy to mount up and sight in. Took about five minutes and 10 shots
Things I would have changed: Glass is a little hazy around the edges but not bad
What others should know: This is a heavy scope and big. Looks real good on my mod 125th my neighbor thought it was a deer rifle. He wanted to know how it was so quite.
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What are the total MOA number of adjustment for elevation and windage,(ie.40,60,90,???)
Leapers/UTG does not list it on their site. I would contact them and see if they can provide that info
I have a TR77 NPS 1000fps lead pellet rated with a BKL 1pc mount and it has just killed scope number 5 would this be strong enough to use
See Bullseye ZR Scope Mounts here on Pyramyd Air
Would this scope be permitted in the sport class in field target?
There is no "sport class" if you mean hunter class, then yes
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?