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3X Earn 300 Bullseye Bucks
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Things I liked: Great scope
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Still holding zero
Things I liked: Clear scope all the way to 16 power.
Things I would have changed: Originally had this scope on a Hatsan 95 then put it on my Benjamin Discovery PCP. I don't think it should be rated for a springer.
What others should know: Purchased 1 of these, it went bad (Losing zero) after about 500 shots. It would scatter pellets at 20 yards. Sent it back, PA replaced it with the same scope but a new one. Just sent that one back as well. Scope is good at first and you can put pellets into the same hole and then it will start to move. This happened after about 200 pellets. Get it re-sighted and after I would pump up my Disco, the scope was off again. Re-zero and it is good for a while then off again. Maybe they had a bad lot of scopes? I would not purchase one of these scopes. I replaced this with a more expensive Hawke scope that I have not received yet.
Things I liked: This was my first AO variable power scope but I've used several on friend's guns. I really feel this provide great value. I shoot a Hatsan 95 Vortex and these guns are known to to hard on scopes. In fact, my gun, while zeroing the scope, damaged it's seal and the shot cycle was so violent it turned on the IR system without me even touching the button. Twice. Now you'd think that kind of violent action would toast a scope. Nope. I've had it for about 2 years now and it works flawlessly. Clear glass, great eye relief for me and I wear high prescription glasses, progressive lenses, when I shoot. Most scopes don't give me much opportunity to get a sight picture. Not a problem with this scope at all. The IR works great but I've not really had a need to use it. I also have my scope mounted in a one piece mount.
Things I would have changed: Now that I've had this scope and used it as much as I have, I know my next/future scopes will be side focus. It's so much easier and more convenient. But it costs more too. I wish it was a tad smaller and lighter but for the durability and relative low cost, I'm fine with it.
What others should know: The UTG True Strength scopes work well for me. I know that there's going to be one here or there that fail, but over all I feel great confidence in the line. Enough so that I have a couple on my wish list here for future purchase, and review.
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