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Things I liked: Price and features are almost unbeatable. Compact scope great for smaller rifle.
Things I would have changed: Should be able to order with different rings. Offer 11mm and different heights.
What others should know: They dont mention this this is a very light scope as well and doesnt affect balance at all.
Things I liked: Solid and well made. Dials turn with proper amount of force; some other scopes are very tight. This scope's size allows fit where longer scopes will not. Comes with mounting rings and with batteries for illuminated crosshairs--no cheap skimping.
Things I would have changed: Find a way to make images from this and too many others brighter but without higher prices.
What others should know: A good item. Great price (was on sale).
Things I liked: The AO function and being able to eliminate the parallax issue. It seems to be solidly built, easy to zero, and compact length make it a perfect match for my 1377 w/shoulder stock. I like the looks of it on my 1377 and it really helps my aging eyes to get on target. The quick disconnect is a good feature except I wasn't ready and it fell off the gun and hit the floor (XXX!!!)the first day. So I know that it is indeed shock resistant. (I thought I trashed it) The illuminated reticle is a nice sharp image but I usually use it without illumination. This was my first scope and I'm very glad I spent a couple weeks educating myself about scopes and reading reviews and watching videos. I only found one negative reviewer who admitted to being a scope snob who did admit that UTG scopes were tough and durable. BTW his review was for UTG as a whole not this particular model. I'm very happy with my choice to purchase this quality product instead of going too cheap.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: This scope works well on a 1377/1322 with shoulder stock, but at 13 oz. it may be too heavy for the pistol without the stock. Not knowing anything about scopes until recently, I didn't know why the cross hairs seemed to move when I moved my head while aiming. Once I learned about what parallax is I realized how important the AO feature was and learned how to adjust for it. Now the cross hairs stay put if I move a little when looking through the scope. IMO this scope fits my application very well and is an awesome upgrade to my air gun.
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will low profile rings work on a Benjamin Marauder pistol or will it not clear the magazine. If not, what rings would be best?
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I know very little about scopes. The 3x9 bug buster seem to sell the most. So, on these bug buster scopes, can anyone tell me the advantages and disadvantages between their 6x32 3x9x32 and their 3x12x32? I mainly want one for an Air Arms TX 200 HC, so it won't cover the loading port, but have some shorter guns too. It is mainly for target. I am in my 60's so the more light the better when looking through the scope.
I would actually steer you towards one of UTG's compact scopes, not the bug busters. Take a look at this: Leapers UTG 3-12x44 AO Rifle.... A bit more expensive, but the larger diameter objective lens and the larger diameter scope tube will allow for better light transmission and the glass etched reticle will be sharper and take up less of your target. You will just need dovetail mounts, like these: Leapers 30mm Rings, High, 3/8"...
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?