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  • Currently 4.50/5

Rating: 4.5/5 (16 votes cast)

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1 March 2009  

Things I liked: I bought this scope for a benjamin discovery, this scope I thing is the best for the money, sight is super clear from 15 yards to 50 yards, at 35 yard you can lock down a squirrel's head.
Things I would have changed: have mill dots.
What others should know: If you buying this scope for a benjamin discovery buy 1" high rings.
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24 December 2008  

Things I liked: Clear and clean vision
Things I would have changed: stability
What others should know: Purchased this scope for my gamo cfx looking to upgrade from the Center Point ar22 t .Mounted the ar22 on wifes Gammo Big cat dialed it in . Set up the CFX with the Bsa . After a day of her kickin my but for the first time ever I removed the BSA . And mounted another Center Point Ar22 in the same rings That the Bsa was in . And was back to putting a pellet in a pellet hole at 20yds like I should be . Guess I will put the Bsa on my Ruger 10/22 centerfire because it will not stay stable on My Spring Piston Airgun . Do yourself a favor and save some money buy a centerPoint instead .
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5 November 2008  

Things I liked: Just what I needed. The original scope was lucky to hold 2" grouping. Been shooting air gun since a little boy. I knew something was wrong when my Gamo Viper wouldn't hit bullseye and my Gamo PT80 hit every time. Changed to this scope and now I can light safety matches. What a sharp looking combination, Spanish rifle and British scope.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: This is very well made and worth every penny.
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20 July 2008  

Things I liked: This is an update from my first review, after shooting about 6000 rounds through my RWS 34 Panther with the beeman kodiac match extra heavys and this scope I am so impressed with the accuracy at all distances I would recomend this scope to anyone who really wants to hit what they are shooting.
Things I would have changed: Absolutely nothing
What others should know: I did try different mounting brackets and found the one piece bracket with adjustable rings works perfect. Make sure you raise the rear bracket a couple of turns when mounting on RWS because of the drop barrel and this scope stays dialed in everytime you shoot. I check the set screws a few time now and nothing has got loose or shifted on the mount. This scope is worth every dollar you spend to buy it.
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19 July 2008  

Things I liked: Accuracy, simplicity, multiple adjustments, appearance
Things I would have changed: include daily use covers attached to scope - loose aluminum covers ok for long term storage only
What others should know: Tough to find mounting rings tall enough for large objective front end to clear rifle barrel - currently rubs on both my Beemans SS650 and RS1
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