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UTG 2-7x32 Handgun Scope, Ill. PDC Reticle
Put shots on target with one hand or two with the UTG 2-7x32 handgun scope. This versatile scope is built to stand up to the harshest conditions backed by UTG’s True Strength Technology. This means that not only is your scope shockproof for heavy recoils and accidental drops, but also built to withstand water and prevent fogging. With its exceptionally long eye relief between 13.8” and 25” getting zeroed in fast is made simple.
This unique PDC (Projectile Drop Compensation) reticle system is RGB illuminated. This reticle system gives you three different holdover points for shooting over varied distances. With an option to chose red or green illumination, you can easily find the reticle in any lighting conditions.
With its long eye relief, practical magnification, and illuminated reticle, the UTG 2-7x32 handgun scope is a welcome addition for pistol packers everywhere.
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Things I liked: compact size, but mostly clarity. a pretty nice scope for the money. this really helped me to tighten my groups.
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: I am using this scope on a Evanex rexP pistol. I am definitely pleased with my purchase.
Things I liked: This is my first dedicated handgun scope, but I have numerous rifle scopes. The construction and materials seem very good quality. The view through the lenses is clear and bright, even in low-light evening conditions. The turrets have very positive clicks, and the scope seems to be holding zero quite well. It is mounted on my HW44, so I can't address recoil issues.
Things I would have changed: The manual is designed to describe many if not all types of UTG scopes. For me, a first time handgun scope user, that was a bit confusing, as this scope does NOT function like most rifle scopes. It would be nice to have a manual specific to this scope.
What others should know: When I read that the eye relief was 13.8"-25", I thought that meant I would have a clear full view of the target at any magnification, 2-7x, as long as my eye was anywhere between 13.8"-25" behind the scope, allowing me to shoot straight arm or with a bench bag. That is not what it means. When the scope is set at 2x, the eye relief is about 25". When the scope is set at 7x, the eye relief is about 13.8". The eye relief changes with the magnification proportionately. Unlike a rifle scope, ther the cheek weld, once properly set, allows the eye to easily find the eye relief and exit pupil, the handgun scope can require a bit of head movement to get a proper sight picture. With practice, I'm sure I will get used to this. If you want the scope to be sharp at less than 20 yards, you will need to set the magnification to 2x. It says the parallax is set for 35 yards, and at 7x that distance and beyond it is sharp. The adjustment for the rear lens adjusts the sharpness of the reticule.
Things I liked: Lots of features, lighted reticle, clear imaging.
Things I would have changed: Build so it will stand up to use on a pistol.
What others should know: Mine failed to magnify after 10 shots mounted on my Diana LP-8 spring piston pistol. It would never hold a zero and I was constantly adjusting the wind age and elevation before I finally figured out it belongs in the garbage.
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Is this scope springer rated?
Will this fit a CZ P-09 pistol? If not do you know what does fit ?
CZ-P-O9: Scopeable: No
What is focal range.how close will object still be clear through scope.
This optic does not have a parallax adjustment, so that will depend on what magnification you are running it on. The parallax is fixed at 35 yards, so on 7x, your clearest image will be at that distance. If you bump the magnification down to 2-3x, you can get a pretty clear image at 10 yards, but of course, there will be some parallax error present.
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)