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Contender 6-24X40 Mildot Rifle Scope

The Contender's clean design and thoughtful innovations make it a tremendous buy for the experienced shooter. The combination of its many shooting features alone, make it a best seller, not counting its appearance and the sharpness of its lenses.



• Waterproof, fog proof and shockproof.

• Sunshade included.

• Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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Magnification 6-24
Obj. Lens Diameter (mm) 40
Exit Pupil Range (mm) 6.3-1.5
Field of View @100 Yds 16.7-4.2
Optimum Eye Relief (in) 4
Parallax Setting 10 to Inf
Click Adjustment Value 1/8
Adjustment Range 35-35
Transmission(%) Day/Night
Weight (ounces) 17.37

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REVIEW BY: David Hayes Thursday, August 29, 2013
Have had good success with this scope. Only complaint is that the top turret on mine is very hard to lift up from the locked position. Other than that, for the money (I payed $149) it's just what I was looking for.
REVIEW BY: Richard Lawrence Monday, March 12, 2012
RECOMMENDATION: Buy it. THE GOOD: True Mil-Dot reticle at the 12x setting. It has a Second Focal Plane reticle, so that means when you zoom up to 24x, the dots are ½-mil apart, and at 6x they are 2-mils apart. Good glass. Very clear for target use. On my scope, the parallax adjustment worked at all power settings. I could focus on close and far targets at all power settings. THE BAD: The documentation is poor. The Owner's Pamphlet does not provide you with the correct subtensions for the scope. They are as follows: Given the Scope is set at 12X: From Crosshairs to middle of first mil dot = 1.0-mil. Each Mil-Dot is 0.20-mil in diameter. From Crosshairs to top of first mil dot = 0.90-mil. Triangle--Vertical height = 1.0-mil. Triangle--Horizontal width = 1.0-mil. Triangle--Length of each side = 1.22-mil. THE COOL: The reticle switched from Mil-Dots to Mil-Triangles at the 4-Mil mark. Conveniently, average deer measure 4-mils from backbone to brisket at 100 yards. So, the reticle make
REVIEW BY: Chris Monday, December 12, 2011
Put this on my AR-15 shooting 5.56 ammo, holds its zero very well so far very decent optics for the price. bought it from midway.
REVIEW BY: Jason Wednesday, February 23, 2011
What was wrong with the windage & elevation knobs Bill? I just bought mine and got it in the mail yesterday and went to mount it and found where the ball and spring are secured in, the (I guess it was the screw) screw was half in and half out. It was actually screwed in sideways making it impossible to remove. But I did take it back to the store i bought it from and they replaced it. Can hardly wait to use and see what kind of results it brings for me.
REVIEW BY: Carl Davies Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Just got mine and impressed so far how solid it is. I have tried to find a 100mm wheel for the side focus to no avail. Will be placing on rifle tomorrow and testing it out in the field. Will post results here afterwards
REVIEW BY: Danny Hendrix Thursday, March 18, 2010
REVIEW BY: Bill Monday, November 09, 2009
Bought a COMD624x40SP for target shooting. A crisp scope that holds the ZERO. If not for the lousy knobs on elevation and windage, I would by more. A good scope, close to being a great scope.