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Earn 120 Bullseye Bucks
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Things I liked: Everything about this scope is perfect. Its great to be able to change colors making it easier to see your target. Its crystal clear to see through .
Things I would have changed: Nothing , A great scope for the buck . I have seen scopes going for a thousand or so dollars that are not as clear .
What others should know: It was very easy to. Zero out and set up
Things I liked: Hello folks, I mounted this scope on my .22 HW90 with a one piece Leapers mount. I apologize if my 4 star rating is not suited for you. This is an excellent scope. This scope was purchased because of the shock rating, 30mm, and great reviews. It is a very attractive and very capable scope. I like the flip up covers, the side focus and accuracy. The sight adjustments with the locks are excellent.
Things I would have changed: The crosshairs are too thick for my taste. It is hard to see the bullseye when covered up by the thick crosshairs. The multi-colored array is useless to me. The green at low setting is the best for me at twilight. Other settings do not work for me. Please keep in mind that this is not a night scope. Once it gets dark under a new moon, you will not see anything.
What others should know: Seems to be rock solid reliable. My color preference is green, but if you like something different, all the better. Sighting in is very easy with the accurate increments on the scope. I recommend a wheel for the focus/parallax knob in 60mm. Others prefer the 80 or 100. This is a much better scope than my BSA and probably not as good as a Hawk from what I have read. You get what you pay for and no complaints here other than the crosshairs. Please keep in mind that this review is only my opinion.
Things I liked: The price. I was able to buy a decent scope that takes the pounding from my rws52. The optics are crystal clear up to 10x and then marginal to full power but did I mention the price. The side focus works well but this is NOT a range finder but only adjusts for parallax an it does that very well. The illuminated reticle works well but all the colors is kind of a gimmick (my opinion and mileage may vary). Did not know if I would like the locks on the adjusters but they work well. All together I think you get more than you paid for, keep in mind all the money you paid.
Things I would have changed: The reticle focus at the eye works well but it rotates on its own with the recoil of the rws52 and the weight of the lens cap.
What others should know: This scope was mounted on a rws one piece base on a .177 rws52. This scope was recommended to me because of the recoil of the springer. I bought this scope from Pyramyd Air because of all the awesome reviews and how good they were about standing behind their products. The lifetime warranty from UTG is only as good as the company you buy it from.
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