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Things I liked: Turrets tune clean and crisp with no play, the covers are nice, sight picture is clean and clear even @10-15 meters, hard to keep tho.
Things I would have changed: Eye relief is exact for sight pictures, little to no wiggle room when shooting off hand. Exposed locking or it capped knobs would be nice and more user friendly,
What others should know: Difference between MOA and MIL
Things I liked: Very good scope for the money. Definitely and upgrade from scopes that are shipped with rifles. Good cleat optics with accurate mildots. the mounts that were shipped with scope are of good quality.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: I purchased this scope for a Crosman Redtail break barrel in .22 caliber. fit like a glove with outstanding performance!
Things I liked: I what to preface by saying I may have gotten a bad scope. That being said after about 30 rounds a hairline appeared in the reticle. My first 10 pellets were right on the money. the next day I don't think the scope held zero. Disappointing.
Things I would have changed: Not sure didn't have it long enough, defective.
What others should know: Make sure you understand what you want in a scope. I was new when I ordered and didn't understand how scopes are described. Now six guns (and even more scopes) into air-gunning I know I pretty much want zoom-able i.e. 4-16, with Adjustable Objective (side focus if possible), a 44 to 50 cm bell, and affordable. So a perfect all around scope for going down range 50+ yards is the UTG 4-16X44 30mm Scope, AO, 36-color Mil-dot. Of course you can back those numbers down if you are just backyard plinking..
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With a fixed parallax at 35 yards could you still take a shot at say 25 yards or would it be too blurry?
Would this work well on a .177 Benjamin Titan?
It will work just fine, though I'd recommend a scope with an adjustable parallax, either an AO or side parallax adjustment. Like this: Leapers UTG 4x32 AO True...
How is range estimated?
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?