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UTG 2-16x44 AO 30mm Multi-Range AO Scope, 36 color UMOA reticle
(Without illumination, the reticle is black.)
Etched UMOA Reticle
The UTG Accushot SWAT Riflescope delivers multi-range magnifications ideal for short, close-quarters, medium field, and extended long range target distances. The 30mm tube and multi-coated lenses offer the maximum in light transmission and edge to edge clarity. With its matching MOA reticle and turrets, enjoy faster dialing in of shots, resulting in less time spent fiddling with the turrets and more time looking through the scope. The etched glass UMOA range estimating reticle has 2 MOA increments for intuitive calculations, holdovers, and leads. The EZ-TAP illumination system has red/green dual color mode plus 36 colors in the multi-color mode. All of those configurations accommodate anything Mother Nature delivers in terms of weather and lighting conditions, and the 1-click illumination memory feature puts you back on the last color/brightness setting you used. The side wheel adjustable turret (SWAT) allows for parallax adjustment from 10 yards to infinity. The scope has an angled sunshade that reduces glare.
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Things I liked: Liked my 1st UTG (3x12 compact) so much i got 2 more, this 1 and a big 56mm for the SuMatra. This 1 is beefier but still pretty compact. I can swap all 3 scopes w/ease on Eagle Claw w/ UTG mnts, they always zero or 1 click away, its efficient. Need a dovetail to picatinny adapt to use these on Sumatra. At 1st i wernt sure bout the recticle. Now i dig it big time. I put a 80mm wheel on it, above 12 power requires >precision. My 60mm AO wheel works on the 3x12. W/out a wheel youll think the glass aint clear, the focus is there, wheel makes it easier to find. My sweet spot is on 14x, razor sharp at 175yrds and can easily,quickly use wheel to focus right to 15yrds. Like all 3 of my Etched Glass UTG better than my Hawke stuff and it was considerably >$. This scopes rocks at night w/ a green light, since its a little longer than the compact theys just enough room to mnt it on scope tube between mnts
Things I would have changed: Its a good package. Rekin i could nit pick it, but thats what itd be. UTG has a buncha diff etched glass recticles, ive 3 types now and they all rock. Be nice to be able to choose, but thatd up the $. They should maybe display or advertise them better though as so one easily knows which 1 w/ out any Q...that much intel shouldnt add $
What others should know: Had to shim the back w/med mounts that came w/it on Sumatra cause it has a dovetail, i used adaptor which makes it a little higher, low mounts might be ok, didnt have enough elevation, once shimmed it was fine. On the Eagle Claw its a perfect fit w/ its weaver/picatinny rail that comes on gun. Cant stand dovetail and thats one Draw back on the Sumatra which is deserving of long range glass, it easily groups slugs at 175yrd. Everything i throw lead at anymore is at least a 100y away. UMOA recticle stands alone in my new UTG collection. Its very fine w/ no mil dots and the hash marks are very thin. Only the very center illuminates. That parts cool, but took some getn used to the reticle. I wasnt sure i was gonna keep it at 1st. Swaped it bck/frth w/ another UTG and put it back on Eagle Claw, still zeroed too. Great combo. Happy shooter
Things I liked: Well first & foremost i like the magnification range, but the reticle is my second favorite kind and well my favorite for the setup explained later. The compact design and UTG shockproof quality at it's weight. Once i got the eyepiece adjusted properly the glass & reticle were very good for the cost.
Things I would have changed: As with most UTG 30mm scopes the integrated sunshade is not good. The new OP3 glass scope has a proper sunshade but is not in 2-16 magnification. It defies logic that anyone would make any scope with a laser etched reticle and a garbage sunshade. It would be helpful to have a longer parallax turret as the scope wheels are not usable with some scope rings.
What others should know: So if you are like me and you want a yard hunting setup and you have squirrels you know the dilemma of needing open sights because acquiring a moving squirrel in most scopes can be problematic, but not this one. Get this scope set up right and zeroed in @ 16x and back it off down at 2x and test and acquiring targets is no longer a problem. So i know other 1-8 and 3-9 to 3-12 solutions are around, but the 2-16 can be useful and the reticle is my favorite for yard & tree use for my .22 pellet door gun. It's size and weight & magnification range make it an excellent hunting option.
Things I liked: I love this set up. It has everything my high dollar scopes have. Great training tool.
Things I would have changed: The glass could be better but for the price I am not complaining.
What others should know: Love it being MOA. Makes it really easy to teach new shooters. The center lite reticle is excellent. Kids love it.
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Will the rings included with this scope mount on a .25 Marauder without picatinny rail?
No . The Standard Marauder has 11 mm dovetails. The rings are Picatinny.
Will this scope survive on a Mod 48 spring piston air gun?
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)