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Things I liked: Cost to performance ratio good, but a scope works or doesn't not much middle ground and mine works i like the reticle i like laser etched mil-dot and the optics are fairly clear throughout magnification range and the POI suffers only minimal shift. It is tough and shock proof as you would expect from UTG. I have mine mounted on my 56th and it is high mounted and i don't tend to change magnification i keep the magnification at 32 and this is not because the scope has any limitations. I bought the Diana 56th as a 50yd hunting gun and always intended to get this scope for it.
Things I would have changed: The sunshade or what they call a sunshade is no good for hunting particularly at dusk or dawn or aiming up in a tree in the middle of the day and you get no option for a real sunshade. I have a few UTG / Leapers scopes and this one like many of them adjusts windage and elevation pretty well however the click adjustment reaction is not as crisp or responsive as other scopes i own and at range does not shoot a box well though within a shot or 2 extra it will return to center
What others should know: Like everything else it has to do with what you intend doing with it. The clicks could be crisper and the lens coating makes using it as a low light scope average at best. Take the poor excuse for a sunshade into account and this is just not a hunters scope, but i am a hunter and for my specific needs for a hunting & target scope that can take recoil and i make allowances for the things i like and dislike for cost and this scopes ruggedness it can be a good deal depending on your expectations and understanding the limitations it has and if you are willing to accept them. For the money it is a pretty solid deal. In the past i would have given it 5 stars "Value for the money." but now days you have many more choices in this price range.
Things I liked: The side parallax is great. It really beats adjusting from the objective bell. 32x magnification is great to have when needed although I don't use it very often. I go to 16x magnification when target shooting at 50 yards. The easy lock turrets are a nice feature. And so is the easy zero reset. I have the scope mounted on a .25 synrod and it has held zero with no issues. One of my favorite things about this scope is how accurate the parallax is. It can actually be used as a "poor man's rangefinder" unlike other scopes I've had. Not sure how temperature and other factors affect it though. (Haven't gone through winter with it yet).
Things I would have changed: I've never been a fan of the illuminated reticle on any scope. It has its uses but I've always found it to be kind of a gimmick. I wish they had an option without it. It is a great scope if you are looking to put together a bench shooter. The big wheel for the side adjuster should come with the scope, IMO.
What others should know: After going through several "cheap" scopes with frustration I purchased the most expensive I could afford with the features I was looking for. (Glass etched reticle / side adjusting parallax / 30mm tube). In hindsight, I would have purchased the 3-12 x 44 AO with etched reticle from UTG. The 8-32 x 56 is very heavy and I don't absolutely need the magnification. Shooting without a rest, for me, is next to impossible with this scope. But if power is what you're looking for then this is a great option. Not good for pest control unless you have something to lean against.
Things I liked: Absolutely everything about this rifle scope
Things I would have changed: Nothing at all
What others should know: Make sure that you get the big wheel for adjusting theAO
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Is there a sunshade extension available for this scope
Does this scope have dot slash dot slash or just dot dot dot. Not asking about 1/2 mil dot. Just curious Tyler. I bought one couple years ago and it has the dot slash dot slash recital. Are they still the same.
The last one I saw was dot, hash, dot like you have. Been a while since I checked new stock, but don't believe that has changed.
Will this fit on this scope https://www.pyramydair.com/s/a/UTG_Rubber_Scope_Eyeshade_for_36_40_41_5_43mm_Eyepiece/5118
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?