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39 reviews | 4.2 out of 5
I bought this to mount on my little Henry AR-7 .22 survival rifle. Went to an indoor range and it took three three-shot groups to zero the scope. Thereafter, I consistently shot 1" groups at 75' with a rifle not known for being terribly accurate. Definitley good enough to score a rabbit.
If the people who say it is blurry , Maybe if you could read ? paragraph tells you to how to adjust the scope for your eye site , and the scope does change with the adjusting screws ! only seen with a bore sight-er , This is a fine scope in the hands of a person who is not a dim wit !
I ordered the Bushnell scope pictured but the actual product shipped is a Tasco, which is not a problem for me. This is an enexpensive low end BB/pellet scope. I has good clarity in a TV screen style view with crosshairs. Windage and elevation are easily adjusted and I was shooting tight groups, using pellets, on paper at 30 feet withing 20 minutes. This is a good product for beginners and plinking/target practice. It attaches to a standard 3/8 inch groove on BB/pellet and .22 cal. If you have a high end air rifle, I would go with a more expensive scope. This scope is perfect for teaching beginners or grandchildren about gun safety and using a scope, to acquire a target.
My wife bought a Henry .22 for the family for our boys to begin to get comfortable shooting guns that make noise. I had a larger scope but it added too much weight. I ordered it online from Walmart with 2 dollars shipping and it arrived in 3 days. This scope is small and light. It took about 7 or 8 shots to get it dialed in and then it held it's target nicely with about 100 rounds. I like a larger field of view but this scope fills the need perfectly. I am well pleased with it's performance. And well pleased with the price.
I bought this for my son who shoots his pellet gun just about every week. The negatives: not much light gathering and poor focus at any magnification power. The positives: size and price. For a high powered pellet rifle (1200 FPS), I'd recommend a 3X9 22 rim fire scope like a Simmons or Bushnell. This scope would do OK for a low powered pellet gun, 750 FPS or lower. I could not imagine this scope on any rim fire rifle.
This is a really nice scope for a .22 rifle & it looks good too.
I bought this scope for my Crossman 880s air rifle. Excellent scope. You can not beat this for the money. The instructions do not tell you how to focus the eyepiece. You must unlock/uncrew the ring and then screw the eye piece until sharp. That is key. I think a lot of people are frustrated because they do not understand how to focus.
read the reviews, some say good some say bad. i took the chance for my ruger 10/22lr, shot about 50 rounds at 30 yards, use it once a week.it still works fine. small scope but it works, i plan to put this on my ted Williams/ sears roebuck .22lr (same as Winchester 190) for my son when he old enough or for someone who comes to plink with or wants to hunt small game with. putting a bigger scope on my ruger 10/22 when i get the money. i think with purchasing any item from any store 1 out of 10 purchases someone will find a defective item. it doesn't necessarily mean the products junk. return it grab another and see for yourself. i work in retail store myself. workers these days just dont care when stocking shelves or moving boxes, they're there for a paycheck.
Broke the front site off of my 50 year old 22. Put this on it and I am ready to go. Clear view easy to install. Plenty of adjustment for eye relief. If I had another 22 I would buy another.
Easy siting tips. Take first shot aiming at center of target, while holding position on center target with the scope, adjust to where your shot was and you should be good to go. May take 2 people.
Works perfect on my new Henry Lever Action .22L rifle!
This is a great scope for .22 caliber rifles! This is my first scope and I love it. Once we got it "sighted in" I put ALL of my shots in the black at 25 yards, which I have never done before. It is easy to mount, the windage and elevation adjustment are easy to turn with a small flat head screwdriver.
works great on anything small caliber but break barrel springers. not made for the double recoil of those style rifle. but when it is sighted in it is there for now on.
Cant beat the price.. Out of the it held about a 4'' group at 50 yards with my old Steven's Arm's 22 semi auto just shooting off a sandbag... Close enough for me..
Maybe the next time around i'll try to zero in for a tighter group.. I would definitely
buy again ...
So far it is a very nice little scope for the money. Have not yet sighted it in, but am confident it will be very easy to do. It was so simple to attach to rifle, ( Mosberg 702 Plinkster ), and is small enough to, while attached, fit in my rifle case. Fast site to store shipping.
I order this product reading the specifications very carefull, when I received i found that the mount piece is not the standard 1" size but it comes with 3/8" it doesnt fit at all. checking again in the website there is not any specification about this. I rteturned but I get back the price of the item...but I lost the shipping money.
needed to be zeroed after mounting, which was a pain.
I purchased this for a crosman pellet rifle to be used for rabbit hunting. I mounted it on the rifle with no problem and fired 5 test shots at a target and then tried to move the crosshairs and neither the windage nor the elevation would move. I turned the adjustment screws all the way in and out and still the crosshairs remained dead center in the scope. I am taking this back tomorrow and buying some other brand.
Very pleased with this scope. The image is very clear and easy to locate the target.
Good scope for the price ($17). Better than what I had (4 x 15), but if shooting over 25 yds, I'd recommended a higher magnification scope.
I bought this for my Mossberg 702. Easy to install also really easy to sight in. Did it in five shots at 50 yards. Bought two more for my grandkids. My son also will buy one for his 22. Did a 100 yd. shot at a ground-hog nailed him. For the price you can't go wrong. I read reviews about people having a hard time to focus just read the instructions it explains this well. Loosen the front wheel on the eye piece and focus with the back wheel after tighten the front wheel. It holds perfect. I have shot more then 200 rounds and the scope stays focus.
I had my over a year an half and never look back.