CenterPoint 2-7x32mm Scope

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Walmart #: 000987407
CenterPoint 2-7x32mm Scope
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  • For rifle, shotgun, muzzleloader hunting
  • 5.2" eye relief
  • Red/green dual illuminated Mil-Dot reticle
  • About this item

    The CenterPoint 2-7x32mm Shotgun Scope is designed for rifle, shotgun and muzzleloader hunting with 5.2 inches of eye relief. Features of this CenterPoint Rifle Scope include a red/green dual illuminated Mil-Dot reticle with adjustable brightness for changing light conditions. This CenterPoint Scope is part of the CenterPoint Adventure Class of hunting optics, which offers highly resolved images in all conditions and delivers the performance you need. Made from a one-piece, aircraft-grade aluminum alloy construction design, the CenterPoint 2-7x32mm Shotgun Scope is 100 percent waterproof, fog proof and shock proof. With a matte black, non-reflective finish, the CenterPoint Rifle Scope features tool-free, finger-adjustable windage and elevation dials. Flip-open covers and rings are included with the CenterPoint Scope. Get a closer view of your target with the 48.5 foot field of view of this CenterPoint 2-7x32mm Shotgun Scope.

    CenterPoint 2-7x32mm Scope:

    • Tool-free, finger-adjustable windage and elevation dials
    • Nitrogen filled
    • One-piece construction
    • 100% waterproof, fog proof and shock proof
    • Flip-open covers included
    • Rings included
    • Batteries included
    • Objective: 32mm
    • Tube diameter: 1"
    • Parallax setting: 100 yds
    • Click value: 1/4
    • Field of view: 48.5 ft
    • Exit pupil: 10.0- 4.6 mm
    • Weight: 12.8 ozs
    • Length: 11.5"
    • Material: Aircraft-grade aluminum alloy
    • Color: Matte black, nonreflective finish
    • Multi-layer CenterPoint Advantage lens coating solution
    • Limited lifetime warranty


    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: CP273RG
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 11.4
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 11.5 x 1.5 x 2.5
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 987407

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    Customer Reviews | 24 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

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    Customer review by frankhappyg

    5.0 stars by frankhappyg

    Got baby mounted on my M&P15 5.56-.223 looks mean as He**. For the price you cant find anything better then this ...the red & green are nice and bright...put over 2,000 rounds down range at 400 yards problem....for huntin,plinkin,ect. this is the ONE !!

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:9 - 10 months
    Usage:A few times per month
    Very tough and affordable

    Customer review by SquirrelMaster2010

    5.0 stars by SquirrelMaster2010

    This is the second centerpoint scope I've owned. This scope was purchased for use on a hard kickin mossberg 500 mag. Sighted it in by laser and locked it in at zero. Shot many times still at zero perfect sight picture and the functions are great for dusk and dawn hunting save urself some money and don't be disapointed

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    W. Kentucky
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:3 - 4 months
    Usage:A few times per year
    High value low price scope

    Customer review by NotChuckNorris

    5.0 stars by NotChuckNorris

    I just replaced the $300 3x9 40mm Leupold scope on my Ruger 77/22 with this $67 2x7 32mm CenterPoint illuminated scope. Reason: I just could not see the Leupold cross-hair very well against black targets. Long story short. I was shooting in the 160 to 170 point range out of possible 200 on the NRA A-17 50ft target using the Leupold. I mounted the CenterPoint last night and after sighting it in I did my first scoring run. I shot 180/200. Using the green illumination cross-hair against the black 50 cent piece size target made all the difference in the world. Once I tweak the zero a little more I believe I can start getting in the 190/200 range. We're talking hitting bulls-eye 10 rings the size of a .22 caliber bullet. From my first impression I can say that accuracy, at least indoors, is extremely good. Long term I can't say how well it will hold the zero without adjustment because I've only used it once. As for adjustment, the scope has two very nice knobs with a positive "click" confirmation. The knobs are turned with your fingers and not a nickel, dime , or quarter as on many scopes. I like this feature. The knob caps are precision machined with fine threads. Like most scope caps you have to be very careful putting the cap back on so you don't cross-thread it. The optics are clear and bright. The recticle is mil dot and can go from black to green or red with low or high illumination and anything in between. I set mine on green with just enough power to light up the cross-hair. Worked like champ. The scope comes with 2 batteries but only one is needed to operate. The other is a spare. Nice touch CenterPoint. The batteries ARE included for a change. It also comes with a soft cloth for wiping the lens and a front and back flip style lens covers. The lens covers are worthless in my opinion. The front one works OK but the one for the eye piece keeps popping open by itself. They are just cheap rubber and plastic. You can tell that CenterPoint put their money into the Scope and not the extras in the box. This is good, however, because that's were the money should go, into the scope. You can always get better lens covers or a scope sock later. My Ruger has its own custom scope rings so I can't give any info on how good or bad are the stock rings that came with it. They looked solid from what I could tell by just looking at them. All I can say first hand about them is that a buddy of mine has the same scope mounted on his Ruger 10/22 using the stock rings and he was tearing up the bulls-eye. That is how I found this scope. We shot together the other day and he out scored me. I asked him what the heck are you using for a scope? Well, here we are..... My Leupold came in a nice custom box. The CenterPoint comes in your typical plastic shrink wrap enclosure you have to open with scissors or a knife. Again, they put the money into the scope and not the packaging. Fine with me as long as it works and it did. Flawlessly so far. Bottom line: Great scope, solid construction, clear optics, tremendous value, and the illumination is fantastic! I can honestly say that rarely do I write reviews or use a product that makes me say "OMG" when I first try it out. This scope compelled me to do both. Yeah, it was that good in my opinion. :o) Regards, Avid shooter/NRA Pistol & Rifle instructor.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Usage:A few times per month
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    Does anyone know what the recommended distance is between your eye and the scope A.K.A relief is?
    by an anonymous customer 8/25/2010
    • This scope is advertised as having a 5.2 inch eye relief, however my measurements indicate that it is realistically closer to 4.25 inches for my vision with contacts which is 20/20. This is more than enough eye relief for virtually any caliber of firearm.
      by AirRifle14/5/2013
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    • 3.2-3.6"
      by justicedodge10/6/2011
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    • 4.3"@7x -- 5.2"@2x
      by NWconsumer1/23/2011
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    • You set the distance that fits you the best. You adjust it until you have a full field of view at your own comfortable stance, where you hold and grip your gun. Then finish mounting the scope, boresight, or sight in as you wish. This scope should fit you ok unless you have restrictions that do not allow you to handle the firearm normally.
      by HunterTim196012/6/2012
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    • Just over 5 inches eye relief. Good for shotguns and muzzle loaders most rifle scopes are around 2-4 inches. So this scope won't black your eye if your gun has heavy recoil. Eye relief by definition is the distance needed by the eye to see the full sight picture. Rifles have low recoil and need less eye relief shotguns have heavy and Long recoil so more eye relief is needed. Just don't put ur face to close and you'll be ok
      by SquirrelMaster201012/6/2012
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    would a 2-7x33mm scope or a 3-9x40mm center point adventure series be a better choice for an 8mm mauser bolt action rifle?
    by strip 3/15/2010
    • This scope will fit fine however, the power of the scope (2-7 or 3-9) is strictly user choice. If I were planning on shooting at longer distances such as would be expected while using an 8mm firearm, then I would go with more power such as a 3-9 or even a 4-12 scope. Longer distances require more scope power for better accuracy............
      by AirRifle14/5/2013
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    • either would be beneficial, however with that type of weapon the longer scope would likely suit you better. if you typically shoot only to 100 yds or less than i'd get the 2-7; if you shoot more beyond 100 yds. or further, then the 3-9 would be the better choice. that's a very flat tracking trajectory than other types of ammo. the 40mm objective might also work better for older eyes. ie. people that need/wear eye glasses or have less than ideal eyesight. reason being is that the larger objective transmits light better than the smaller objective. hope this helped someone..... regardless, have heard & read, mostly positive reviews for both scopes
      by justicedodge10/6/2011
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    • 3-9x is common among rifles for distance.
      by NWconsumer1/23/2011
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    • This scope should fit your mauser, as long as you get the correct mounts and rings. As far as the different sizes, you will just need to try to determine what terrain you hunt the most, the distance you will be shooting the most, open or closed country, distances that you will be shooting, etc, and then try to determine what would be best for you. If you are not going to shoot over 200 yards, the 2x7 will be find. If you might have to go father, say out to maybe 300 yards, I would go for the 3x9. And they also have a 4x16 that is real nice also. It is just a matter of what you like the most. That will be the best scope for you. After all, it is you who is pulling the trigger. As long as you are happy, that means alot.
      by HunterTim19607/2/2011
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    • Well either will work. Just remember the basic facts. The 2-7x32mm adventure is best used on heavy recoil arms like shotguns and muzzle loaders and offer 5" of eye relief so you don't black ur eye but only offer 2x-7x magnification. Where the 3-9x40mm offers 3" eye relief but 3x-9x magnification good for long range. It depends on the usage.
      by SquirrelMaster20107/2/2011
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