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The Simmons 22 Mag 4X32 Rifle Scope is the most popular scope for rimfire firearms. The features like TrueZero adjustment system and the Quick Target Acquisition eyepiece helps it provide unparalleled performance. Thise . 22 Mag rifle scope is very popular as it helps you to view your target easily. The high-quality optical glass and fully-coated optics used in the waterproof rifle scope helps in delivering bright and sharp images. This Simmons rifle scope can be mounted in no time, thanks to its set of rimfire rings. This scope is easy to adjust under any shooting condition as it has SureGrip rubber surfaces. Its QTA eyepiece helps in providing a constant 3.5" of eye relief through the entire magnification range. The high-quality scope has a black matte finish that makes it quite durable.
Simmons 22 Mag 4X32 Rifle Scope:
- High-quality optical glass and fully coated optics deliver bright, sharp images
- Simmons rifle scope has a HydroShield lens coating that helps maintain a clear sight picture regardless of weather conditions
- SureGrip rubber surfaces make the 22 MAG one of the easiest scopes to adjust under any shooting conditions
- Supplied with rings
- Black matte finish
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.81|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||11.5 x 2.0 x 2.0|
|Assembled in Country of Origin:||USA or Imported|
|Origin of Components:||USA or Imported|
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Q. what does holding zero mean cause that one dude said on the rating that it wont hold zero and i want to buy this scope so i want to no bout it first
- Once a scope has been adjusted to shoot where the cross hairs are looking at it is said to be Zeroed in. When someone says it won't hold zero then they are saying they think that the scope has something loose inside and the cross hairs are losing zero over time and is no longer accurate. Some times this is a true defective scope and sometimes it is because the mounts are moving. The mounts moving are a common problem with many scopes mounted using the supplied rings when they have not degreased the rails or installed the mounts correctly using locktite. I like using a one piece rail to mount this scope with. Easy to use and very hard to knock the scope out of zero (being sighted in)by offgridman12/31/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- it means that once you have it properly zeroed in that it will hold that adjustment. some scopes with use will lose the crosshair zero that you placed it at.by trooper5294/23/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- When a scope is "Zeroed" to a weapon it means the round is hitting where the you place the cross hairs on the target. This also depends on the distance you zero the scope/weapon for. So, not holding a zero means the shot group is hitting somewhere different than where your cross hairs show. Either the scope keeps moving from loose, improper or defective mounting parts.by MotorSarge12/22/2012Was this answer helpful? (7) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes, I have one of them installed on my 22 mag rifleby alexsol5610/28/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?