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Things I liked: Great charity, AO seemed correct on yardage, turrets seemed a little out of sync with adjusu
Things I would have changed: Better turrets
What others should know: Well with the money even with the turrets
Things I liked: Super clear glass.
Things I would have changed: Make the rings that come in the package high-profile. The ones provided will not clear my Hatsan Flash magazine.
What others should know: Having great luck with the utg line that takes a screw in sun shade. I have had two accushot fail on me and decided to give the brand another try. I stay away from the accushot line and so far I'm having great luck with the four units I'm currently using.
Things I liked: This is my favorite low cost scope...and, like many others here, I've tried dozens of them! This scope has held up to years of use on my Diana 34 as well as performing a completely different duty on my M1 Garand. The UTG Hunter is one of the few scopes that can be used on a Garand these days, because the scope is offset on its rings/mount to the side of the upper ejection/loading port and it must be mounted 90 degrees off (with elevation knob serving windage duty and vice-versa). The other scope I have that works well on my two scoped Garand rifles is a Luepold Mk4 MR/T 2.5-8. Sure, its 1/2 mil illuminated milling reticle and image quality are far superior to the Hunter, but it costs over 10x as much too! Both scopes get the job done.
Things I would have changed: Though it's really a pipe dream in any parallax adjustment system under $1000, the Hunter AO system could be better at not affecting POI. The reticle shifts a liitle as the AO adjuster is rotated through its range. However, my Hunter is still one of the best I've tested in anything near this price range and I only must re-zero my scope if I adjust the AO beyond my usual 10 to 50 yard air gunning range. The Hunter is also a bit heavy, but perhaps the benefit of its heavy construction is its reliability on scope-abusing springers! At least it's not a 30mm scope exhibiting an even greater weight penalty.
What others should know: The illumination works great for my 22 cal Diana 34 night pester. Though red and green colors would probably suffice, my red/green color vision deficiency might be the reason that I prefer one of the violet colors the scope offers. Once set to the color I prefer, I'm always careful to only long press a button to power it down so it will always remember my setting on its next power-up. I use a head lamp and the illuminated reticle to shoot pests out of the trees next to our house, which they keep trying to remodel to their preferences and needs. For best clarity, I never use more than 10x power (the mil dot reticle is calibrated at 10x too) so there's no need to buy the larger and more expensive 50mm objective Hunter. (With a 40mm objective, the resulting 4mm optical exit pupil at 10 power is already plenty large for most post-30 year old human eyes.) A 2nd focal plane mil dot reticle like this one allows you to do neat ballistics tricks at lower power too.
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Can I put this on a Centerfire rifle
Is the reticle very thin? At 67 my eye sight isn't as good as it was. I know with a colored reticle it will be much better, but I don't always use it.
Look at the illustration. https://www.pyramydair.com/s/a/UTG_4_16x40_AO_Rifle_Scope_EZ_TAP_Illuminated_Mil_Dot_Reticle_1_4_MOA_1_Tube_See_Thru_Weaver_Rings/4777#QA The reticle is fairly robust.
Will this scope and rings work with a umarex gauntlet?
You would need these rings: Leapers Accushot 1" Rings, High,...
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?