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Winchester 4x32 AO Rifle Scope, Rings

Winchester 4x32 AO Rifle Scope, Rings

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PY-A-1227

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  • Rifle Scope
  • 4x magnification
  • 32mm objective lens (adjustable objective)
  • 1" tube
  • 15 ft. to 200 yard parallax adjustment
  • 11.5" Length
  • 16.8 oz
  • Includes 11mm dovetail rings and lens covers

4x adjustable objective rifle scope is a fantastic choice for general field use. Tough construction is fogproof and shock resistant. Includes 1", see-thru rings that will fit most air rifles equipped with 3/8" or 11mm dovetails. Fully-adjustable for windage and elevation; includes removable lens covers. Can be used with break barrel, pneumatic, BB or CO2 powered air rifles. 1" diameter tube. Shockproof and fogproof!




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Item Code: Winchester-4x32 [PY-A-1227]
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By Harwood from USA on 2018-05-15
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Things I liked: This scope is about what I expected for the price. I haven't had it long enough to see how it holds up after a lot of shooting. I like the adjustable objective feature -- that's what led me to buy it.

Things I would have changed: The included rings are plastic. That was a disappointment, and I replaced them with decent-quality rings immediately. The plastic rings went in the trash, where they belong. It required screwing the ocular lens almost all the way out to focus the reticle. It felt like the threads were very rough, almost like they had sand in them. I unscrewed the ocular all the way, cleaned out the threads, and lubricated them. It helped a bit. With the ocular screwed out as far as I had to go, there was a fair amount of slop, which made it difficult to get good focus on the reticle.

What others should know: It's sold under the Winchester name, but it's not made by Winchester. It's made in Chine and "licensed" by Winchester -- which means they paid Winchester to be allowed to use the name.

 

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By Dean from USA on 2018-05-04
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Things I liked: Well, it can't get much less expensive. It's certainly the right size for smaller air guns (I put this one on an HW 25). It couldn't have been easier and quicker to mount and get sighted in.

Things I would have changed: You know, for the price it's really hard to start getting picky. No, it's not a zoom scope. No, it doesn't have a light up reticle. Some connoisseur might grump that the reticle could be finer. Sheesh. The danged thing comes with rings, all mounted up and ready to go. For the price, there's just nothing to complain about.

What others should know: This is a great little inexpensive scope for less powerful spring piston guns, CO2 guns, multi-pump pneumatics and maybe a .22 LR gun. I don't know that I'd push my luck by mounting it on a Diana 48, Beeman R1, or some such.

 

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By Paul from USA on 2018-04-07
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Things I liked: Nice, solid scope. It's clear and easily sighted in.

Things I would have changed: Adjustable magnification would be nice, but at this price it's a great deal.

What others should know: It does what it is supposed to do.

 

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  • John from USA asked:

    Are the rings that come with this going to be high enough to fit over the mag on the Hatsan Flash?

    • Andres from USA asked:

      Would this scope fit a crossman m4-177

    • John from USA asked:

      I am considering this scope for a 1322 Crosman pistol with steel breech. Would it hold up to the abuse of pumping the pistol and the recoil of the shots from the 1322....or from a 1377 as well?

      • Stanley from USA:

        Would not trust it ? UTG , Hawk , Leapers would be better.

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