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Things I liked: Solid build quality. Locking turrets. Decent glass.
Things I would have changed: Mil-Dot Reticle & MOA Turrets? Whaat? Why?? What purpose could this possibly serve? I don't know how I overlooked this. I like Mil-Dot, when I saw the reticle was MIL, I actually bought this and a 3-12x. Big mistake. There is only one reason why a company would chose a reticle format that does not match the turret format -- because the tracking consistency is poor and the different formats masks that. Useless. I feel swindled.
What others should know: Do not buy this. This scope is preying on the uninformed. Look up MIL vs MOA. Both are fine, however, it is important that your turrets and reticle match. This scope has MIL reticle and MOA turrets. This means you cannot adjust the turrets based on what you see. It's ridiculous. Waste of money. If you already bought this scope, well... You can zero it and use the MIL reticle for hold-over, but don't touch the turrets. Besides, they don't track well anyway. Roll the turret from one extreme to the other and you'll find it didn't go back where it started. Shame.
Things I liked: Solid clicks, accurate tracking, holds up well, reasonable cost, side parallex adjustment, does what its supposed to do.
Things I would have changed: This is all nitpicking stuff...I would prefer finer crosshairs for 100 yard shooting, but in a hunting situation and at more reasonable distances these are fine. AO range marks are a little off.
What others should know: Ive had 2 of these scopes for over 2 years now and not a bit of trouble with either one. Its a good solid first scope for my PCP rifles. I only stepped up to a more expensive scope because I needed a finer crosshair for very long ranges. Otherwise, I would buy another for my new high end PCP.
Things I liked: The image in the scope is excellent for a scope in this price point. The reticle and mildots are thin and won't block you view of small targets. Using the adjustable objective (and the optional 100 mm focus wheel) I can accurately determine the range of my target out to 55 yards The spacing of the mildots is accurate, which makes this scope excellent for field target use.
Things I would have changed: The knob for the adjustible objective is way to stiff. Installing the 100 mm focus wheel helped,
What others should know: I have mounted this scope on my Benjamin Marauder, which make a nice combination for field target competition.
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