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TW4X30 Tactical Weapon Scope

The Tactical Weapon™ series is specifically designed for tactical style rifles. The TW4X30 fixed power scope features a rugged one piece tube design,push/pull locking turrets and fast focus to meet all your shooting optics requirements. The TW4X30 includes mounting hardware compatible for AR’s, SKS and any rifle equipped with a weaver style rail.

Recommended for semi-autos and rifles where you can use a compact designed scope. Compact scopes tend to be brighter and have less parallax error than longer scopes of equal quality

FEATURES

- Fully multi-coated optics
- 4X magnification
- 30mm objective lens
- 100 yard parallax setting
- Mil-dot reticle

Each TW4x30 Tactical Weapon Scope Includes:
- 2 piece weaver style ring mounts
- AR style carry handle mount
- SKS mount
- Micro Fiber Lens Cloth

 
Manual
Online price: $69.95 
8.11
4.16
1.35
1.39
1.90
1.86
1.86
1.35
1.00
SPECIFICATIONS
Magnification 4
Obj. Lens Diameter (mm) 30
Exit Pupil Range (mm) 9
Field of View @100 Yds 23-10.4
Optimum Eye Relief (in) 4
 
Parallax Setting 100yds
Click Adjustment Value 1/4
Adjustment Range 45-45
Transmission(%) Day/Night 91/90
Weight (ounces) 16.95


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REVIEW BY: GURU1911 Tuesday, March 18, 2014
HAVE THIS SCOPE MOUNTED ON AN AR-15 CHAMBERED IN 7.62 X 39. VERY EASY TO MOUNT ON THE A2 CARRY HANDLE WITH A PIC-RAIL. QUICK LASER BORE-SIGHT @ 25 YARDS & ABOUT 3" HIGH @ 100 YDS. PERFECTION FOR FERAL HOGS !!!! WILL BE MOUNTING ANOTHER ON A MARLIN 336 IN .30-30 WIN FOR USE IN THICK WOODS FOR WHITETAIL & HOGS---GREAT SCOPE--5 STARS!!!!
REVIEW BY: Jek Porkins Saturday, October 26, 2013
I mounted one of these on my .300 Remington Ultra Mag that I use for crow hunting. I first used it on a trip out in East Texas. I lined it up on the first bird of the day, which we lased at just under 3,800 yards. Using the awesome mildot feature of this optic, I figured my hold (no time to fiddle turrets at a time like that) and pulled the trigger. I forgot to take the coriolis effect into consideration, so I missed just a shade left. He took of, and I did a quick computation and required the target, and this time I didn't forget any environmentals. I knew it would be tricky with him flying away from me, but I got my hold and squeezed the trigger... Crow's Eye!!! Nailed him. I couldn't have done it without this purely awesome optic though!
REVIEW BY: gh hunter Sunday, May 05, 2013
Like 2tn mules, I needed a scope to fit my 10/22td carry pack. Haven't shot it much but love BSA's quick focus,locking turrets,mil-dot and nice rubber lens caps. I have BSA on my 17hmr and 17remmington and fully expect the same performance from this scope as I get with my others.
REVIEW BY: atljohn Thursday, April 25, 2013
Sweet little scope that I mounted on my Colt Sporter Target 5.56/.223. First took it to an indoor range and tried it out at 25 yards. Unfortunately, I discovered that the included carry handle rail adaptor wasn't snug. It was a bit too narrow, so I couldn't get it to hold a zero. Next went to an outdoor range and used another carry handle rail adaptor. Zeroed the scope in at 50 yards and it kept zero for the next 40+ rounds. I like it's compact size, clear glass and attractive shape. I only wish it didn't have a mil dot where the crosshairs meet. I would prefer very thin lines at the center crossing point. All in all, a great value for the price!!
REVIEW BY: ATLJohn Sunday, April 14, 2013
Excellent tactical scope for a great price. Mounted it on my Colt Sporter Target AR. With my buddy using a spotting scope, we zeroed it in at 50 yards in about 8 shots. Thereafter, every shot was a bullseye. Altogether, I fired another 20+ rounds of 5.56 hitting the bullseye. The windage and elevation knobs worked fine. The view through the scope is crystal clear. The short length of 8.11 inches is ideal. My only negative is the rail adaptor that bolts on to the carry handle. It did not fit snuggly and wiggled a bit. Fortunately, I had ProMag rail that did fit the carry handle snuggly. Bottom line, a fantastic value that's functional and looks bada** on my Colt.
REVIEW BY: nate Saturday, February 16, 2013
this scope fits perfectly on a Rossi 30/30
REVIEW BY: m Friday, January 25, 2013
Used for a 760 Pumpmaster,works super awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
REVIEW BY: 2TN Mules Wednesday, November 07, 2012
Perfect scope for the Ruger 10/22 Takedown. The compact size allows mounting of the scope on the Ruger 10/22 Takedown and still having the disassembled rifle fit in the custom bag that comes with the rifle. Clear, easy to sight in, easy to adjust, and holds zero. I plan on buying 2 more of these scopes for other rifles I own.
REVIEW BY: FL Tuesday, October 30, 2012
SKS mount is crap as all rec.cover mounts are. I have never seen one hold a repeatable zero, I mounted a lefthand side rai,and a low mount rail on a SKS and this scope has helping me shoot less than 1/4 size groups at 100 yards,With a reapeatable mounting system, it holds zero.see how it works out for the long run.
REVIEW BY: Ken Monday, September 03, 2012
Bought this scope to mount on my DPMS Panther AR/15, it is mounted on the rail, the only problem I am having is that it is dead on at 25yds, but when you shoot at 100 yds it is about a foot high and to the right. Still trying to figure out if it is the ammo or a problem with the scope. Other than that I am completely satisfied with the scope.
REVIEW BY: Cajun Badass Friday, April 27, 2012
been havin it on S&W M&P 15 mounted atop the carry handel wt the hardware provided for ova a year. Sitting on my pourch i shoot louisiana satsumas off the tree @ ova 200yrds everytime. with some locktight it has held zero after ova 1500rds. ive had scopes tripple the price not b able to preform as well. ima bout to buy a back up before the word gets out n the price goes up.
REVIEW BY: Clayton Sunday, December 25, 2011
This scope is pure beast I got it on a colt m4 .22 which I would recommend but anyway the scope looks very good on it and works perfect I would recommend the the single risers that are two that lift up the scope.
REVIEW BY: donn s. Sunday, March 13, 2011
scope clear and holds zero,sks mount good but needs fitting .cant figure out how to reset zero on dials after site in .distance between milldots are 9 inches @100 yards instead of 3.6.but i am happy with this scope
REVIEW BY: Dave P. Thursday, February 10, 2011
bought scope for my sks great deal over all however inspecting the scope out of the box i found the elevation dial is badly marred
REVIEW BY: Ton45 Tuesday, November 30, 2010
This is my 2nd BSA scope now and this is the best scope I found that is a simple fixed power with mildots. The mildots are not accurate for ranging but they are useful for hold over. It's a great scope IMHO.
REVIEW BY: L Rancher Friday, October 15, 2010
Update - mounted on a 10/22; dime size groups at 25 yds, silver dollar size at 100 yds. Had some difficulty at first with the windage dial. It was a bit on the tight size, but after working it a bit, it freed up and worked as expected. Still think this is a great value for the buck.
REVIEW BY: Steve C. Monday, October 04, 2010
Works well as a compact scope on Marlin Lever action rifles. Put one on my .444 Marlin and so far it's held zero on a high recoil rifle. Gonna get a second for my 30-30 Win.
REVIEW BY: L Rancher Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Great Scope. Only missing ingredient is lighted reticle.
REVIEW BY: L Price Saturday, April 24, 2010
April22 2010 I put this scope on a remmington 597 VTR. and after 10 rounds I was grouping at less then 1 in at 100 yards I never thought a .22 could shot like this GREAT SCOPE
REVIEW BY: JimIdahoK Thursday, April 15, 2010
I bought this scope to mount on my new Savage MkII FV bolt action .22LR. Had to use rear set mounts to get it on but it works beautifully. Because the rifle is a heavy barrel, I needed to keep weight down and this one fit the bill. I spend hours out on the prairies varmint shooting with this rig and am making regular hits 200 yds and beyond with it! Can't use a variable in this game as the ground squirrels are just too quick to allow such fiddling around. The Mil-Dot reticle definitely is an asset working with so many targets at so many different ranges. All one needs to do is get it zeroed and, spend the time shooting at distances to get a "feel" or "eye" for hold over/off and, WOW! You're a super-sniper! This one's a keeper!
REVIEW BY: Big Jake Monday, January 18, 2010
I have several BSA scopes. People say they are junk. I disagree. I shot a .076 c-to-c group for three .223 rounds through one, am able to pop the heads off squirrels at 200 yards with another and can see a fly on a stucco wall (the stucco texture, too) at 60 yards with my Sweet 17. Only problem with the 17 is that one reset-to-zero turret had one allen screw strip out, and now I can't reset that turret. I have heard this is common on BSA scopes with this feature. Too bad. BSAs are not really all that bad a scope. Ignore what others tell you and take your own decisions...
REVIEW BY: Guadalupe Medina Monday, January 04, 2010
Have not sighted in my rifle, but Iam not pleased at first glance. My turret for elevation was badly scratched, and the box for the handle was torn open and just placed in the box. The BSA seal was still in take, and Iam sure the distributor did not tamper with it. I also have a problem with the so called removeable turrets. I instructions claim to have key to remove the turret, but they are not removeable. Also, there are no mark on the tube to line up with the increments on the turret.
REVIEW BY: walt short Wednesday, September 30, 2009
purchased this scope to mount on the new colt m4 .22 cal rifle . i have put several 100 rounds thru it and this scope has performed quite well . zeroed at 25 yds in just 3 3 shot groups . backed up to 50 yds and with only a few easy clicks of elevation it was in the bull . will be trying it at 100 yds next trip to the range . overall , i'm quite pleased with it . i currently own several bsa scopes and am pleased with all of them

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