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Deer Hunter 25x20 Rifle Scope

A hard working scope designed for the hard working man. Camera quality glass lens are ground to give you an undistorted and clear image. The easy focus eyepiece keeps the reticle sharp for your eyesight. It’s bright, tough and priced right.

FEATURES

• Long eye relief.

• Fingertip adjustable windage and elevation turret.

• Nitrogen filled.

• Limited Lifetime Warranty.

 
Online price: $59.95 
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SPECIFICATIONS
Magnification 2.5X
Obj. Lens Diameter (mm) 20
Exit Pupil Range (mm) 8.1
Field of View @100 Yds 26.2
Optimum Eye Relief (in) 4
 
Parallax Setting 100 yds.
Click Adjustment Value 1/4
Adjustment Range 40 - 40
Transmission(%) Day/Night
Weight (ounces) 8.00


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REVIEW BY: Kentucky Friday, November 15, 2013
Excellent Scope. I mounted this on a newer Marlin XT 22lr bolt action. Looks kind of funky but is very accurate. Extremely clear and crisp. Target acquisition is quick and easy. Excellent for small game. I had been using a Weaver 2.5-7 x28 which was not a clear but cost four times what this on did. It's compact size would also work well on 10/22's, camp rifles (like the papoose and AR-7) and others. Has VERY GOOD eye relief. Some on-line retailers list it as a shot gun scope. I find it to be a very good all around scope.
REVIEW BY: Steve C Sunday, October 20, 2013
Mounted on a new Marlin 336W .30-30 caliber. Eye Relief=excellent 4.5" Optical Quality=Good, Clear. It could be a little brighter. Field of View= Good. I am used to a 32mm obj lens so it is a little narrower (23 ft) than I am used to, but for $40 I not going to complain. Durability= Excellent. Held Zero once sighted in despite repeated shots. Like the finger tip adjustment turrets. No need for a coin. Each click was more like 1/2" to 3/4" instead of the advertised 1/4" per click. I find that alot of the lower cost riflescopes share this characteristic. But the most important thing is that it held zero. For $40, don't expect micrometer precise adjustments. All in all this scope will serve the timber hunter very well, I am confident that it will hold zero and give adequate light gathering. It's a working mans scope.
REVIEW BY: walter Tuesday, September 03, 2013
I bought one of these little scopes about 15 years ago and immediately sold it because the glare comeing off the cheap lenses so I stayed far away from bsa until 2 weeks ago when I was at a gun show and seen the new version and picked it up and looked through it then purchased it immediately I took it home and mounted it on my henry 22 I love it absolutely no glare even on the sunniest of days huge improvement for bsa I will keep them in mind for my next scope purchase.
REVIEW BY: walter Tuesday, September 03, 2013
I bought one of these little scopes about 15 years ago and immediately sold it because the glare comeing off the cheap lenses so I stayed far away from bsa until 2 weeks ago when I was at a gun show and seen the new version and picked it up and looked through it then purchased it immediately I took it home and mounted it on my henry 22 I love it absolutely no glare even on the sunniest of days huge improvement for bsa I will keep them in mind for my next scope purchase.
REVIEW BY: Wednesday, July 03, 2013
I purchased 2 of these 2.5 Deer hunter scope with long eye relief, the literatue states 4" of eye relief but it is more like 6" to go on my muzzleloader turkey shotguns the long eye relief works great for a turkey gun, the shooter can see the bird come into the scope and then view the bird thru the scope and make the shot, I would like to try this scope on a 50 cal muzzleloader but only when shots are close I think it will work better than expected
REVIEW BY: FamilyMan3030 Tuesday, May 29, 2012
This scope started it's career on a Henry .22 rifle. Quarter sized groups at 50 yards, never a problem. Remounted on Tradition's Pursuit .50 caliber muzzleloader. 10 rounds, two inch groups at 100 yards. Again no problems.
REVIEW BY: Rick Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Put this on my 54 cal. muzzleloader, it doesn't change the balance, works in the tree stand or still hunting and it has stood up to 110 grains behind a 425 Great Plains bullet. One tough customer who's dead on at 100 yds. will buy another.
REVIEW BY: rookie deer hunter Friday, October 22, 2010
I cannot get this scope sighted in. It came with the mossberg 500 12ga combo , special hunter from dunhams. i used a lazer bore sighter and the windage and elevation was maxed out on the scope. shot the gun at 50 yrds and it was hitting 2feet low and 10" to the left. after 3 boxes of sabot slugs i was done . what next?
REVIEW BY: Ton45 Tuesday, October 12, 2010
I got this scope to go on my compact bolt 22 LR for the bush and backpacking. It's my first time buying BSA and I must admit that there are very good scopes. Th reticle adjustment is repeatable and has a good crisp click. The eye relief is perfect for quick scans and shots. It's really perfect for the thick brush and forest of Southern Quebec.
REVIEW BY: James Friday, September 10, 2010
got this scope free with a mossberg 500 slug gun set at dunhams, thought id have to buy a new one to use instead of this one but its amazing perfect view at 100 yards and even better at 50, highly recomend this scope to hunters everywhere
REVIEW BY: Todd Saturday, March 27, 2010
I have Three BSA scopes, a 30mm red dot on 9mm carbine, a 3x10x44 Catseye on a .223 target rifle, and a 2.5x20 on an SKS. I have had no problems with any of them. They are bright and easy to adjust. I only wish the Catseye had a knob type switch for illumination instead of the pressure switch. Sometimes it gets pushed in my gun cabininet and runs the battery down. When it comes time to buy a new scope, I look to to see what BSA has to offer first. Great company, great tradition.
REVIEW BY: glen Friday, November 20, 2009
have one on 1100fps pellet gun for 4 yrs. the starlings don't even land on neighbors martin house or tree's anymore. very nice piece.
REVIEW BY: Lee (in New Mexico,USA) Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Put this little scope on my Lee-Enfield No4Mk1. Makes great shots at 200-300 yds. Excellent buy.
REVIEW BY: Pete (in the UK) Wednesday, August 27, 2008
I've used one of these for about 5 years now on a Ruger 77/44. Mostly for plinking cans (the cans do jump a bit with a 44) on our range at 25 or 50 yards. We often try to shoot the cans that are still on the move from someone elses shot. The long eye relief and wide field of vision helps to quickly get on to the moving can before someone else. Excellent little scope.

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