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4-16x40 Mildot Rifle Scope

Their clean new design and thoughtful innovations make the Mil-Dots a tremendous buy for the experienced shooter, as well as the novice who wants to get into varmint or target shooting or even long range hunting.

FEATURES

• Finger adjustable turret.

• Adjustable objective.

• Mil-Dot reticle.

• Includes 4” sunshade.

• Limited Lifetime Warranty.

 
Online price: $139.95 
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SPECIFICATIONS
Magnification 4 - 16X
Obj. Lens Diameter (mm) 40
Exit Pupil Range (mm) 10-2.5
Field of View @100 Yds 30-7.5
Optimum Eye Relief (in) 3.5
 
Parallax Setting 10 to inf.
Click Adjustment Value 1/8
Adjustment Range 35 - 35
Transmission(%) Day/Night
Weight (ounces) 19.40


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REVIEW BY: Raymond Young Friday, June 14, 2013
I purchase this scope because of the price. Not ever using a scope before, I wanted to see if I could use one and be effective. Once I started firing my 22 cal. Rossi Curcuit Judge at the local range, I knew I had a work of art! Thanks BSA for making a product affordable and superior to the over price junk being offered over the web. I will mount another on my Remington 783 - 270 cal in a few weeks. Your company has earned my dollars.
REVIEW BY: Pat Monday, April 01, 2013
All in all, I would give this a good rating as far as scopes go. On a .22LR savage I had absolutely no problem, bumped it up to a .223Rem Savage, still no problem. After all of this I decided to place it on a Remington 7600 .308Win Rifle and after about 600rds (not mentioning the aforementioned .223/.22 shots) I started to get some obj slip when firing 180grn match bullets. Overall results for the punishment test, it'll work perfectly for larger cal light loads or small cal stout loads. I can't think of any reason to complain for $140. It's earned praise as a dirt cheap but purpose serving optic.
REVIEW BY: Pat Monday, April 01, 2013
All in all, I would give this a good rating as far as scopes go. On a .22LR savage I had absolutely no problem, bumped it up to a .223Rem Savage, still no problem. After all of this I decided to place it on a Remington 7600 .308Win Rifle and after about 600rds (not mentioning the aforementioned .223/.22 shots) I started to get some obj slip when firing 180grn match bullets. Overall results for the punishment test, it'll work perfectly for larger cal light loads or small cal stout loads. I can't think of any reason to complain for $140. It's earned praise as a dirt cheap but purpose serving optic.
REVIEW BY: Nate Monday, March 12, 2012
Mill dots are not for specific ranges they a in 3.6 in increments at one hundred yards or 3' 6" at 1000. To calculate distance with a mil dot scope the equazittion is Target size (in yards) x 1000 / Mils read = yards to target so a 2 yard (6') tall target X 1000 = 2000 / say 10 mills means its 200 yds away at that point you just adj for your bullet drop or once you play with it you can then use the mils for hold over. Usually if its say 2.5 mils we will adj to the nearest whole mill with the turrent and hold dead on because aimig precicly between to dots is hard. There is a very nice mil dot balistic slide charts that take alot of the math out of the game for you. I recomend the Mildot Enterprises Mildot Master Range and Bullet Drop Calculation Guide all you have to know is your bullet drop for your loads. Like many I was blessed with the ability to shoot stuff really well but not really blessed in the math or spelling area. It costs bout 30 bucks or you can get an apt for your cell ph
REVIEW BY: squidy Friday, February 10, 2012
ray ray... each mil-dot stands for 3 feet so say u got a target at 700 yds and u aim 1 mil-dot to the left then you are aiming 3 feet to the left of your target. alright say u have a moving target fairly fast and you give it a 2 mil lead then you are aiming 6 feet in front of your target.. hope this helps
REVIEW BY: casey blalock Friday, February 10, 2012
@ ray ray each mil-dot stands for 3 feet. so if u got a target at say 700 yds and you aim a mil-dot to the left you are aiming 3 feet to the left of your target
REVIEW BY: Monday, February 06, 2012
on my savage mkII .22LR its dead on at 100 yds despite poor reviews on several gun forums, this scope has far exceeded my expectations
REVIEW BY: Randy Monday, January 23, 2012
Bought this scope about 10 years ago to coyote hunt. Put it on a .223 single shot. Its great, the easest scope to sight in that I've ever had.
REVIEW BY: true believer Tuesday, February 15, 2011
i have one on my marlin 25n and can shoot 1" groups at 100yrd all day just bought 2 more a 243 and another 22 best scope ever!!!!!!!!!
REVIEW BY: ray ray Friday, January 14, 2011
I have had this scope on my 22-250 for 5 years now has road behind the seat of the pickup and just on the steel rack of the four wheeler and has been zeroed since I have had it. Just one question I can't remember what the mil dots are for range if anyone knows let me know please.
REVIEW BY: Sunday, December 26, 2010
what range are you going for?
REVIEW BY: trkdrvr Sunday, December 26, 2010
the trajectory at 50 yrds is lower then at 100 yrds. try zeroing at 100yrds, one and a half inchs high. you should be dead on at 200.
REVIEW BY: Friday, December 24, 2010
I've been using this scope on a Marlin 17HMR for about 5 yrs. Can easily bust acorns at 100 yds. Only problem was the rubber ring on the magnification ring slipped loose. I guess that's why they make super glue. Small complaint for such a nice scope.
REVIEW BY: dale brown Tuesday, October 26, 2010
i just got this scope and sighted it in at 50 yards dead on and i shot it at a 100 yards and it hit about three inches high does any one know why if so just let me know thanks
REVIEW BY: alexytp Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Replaced package scope on my Savage 300 win mag with this scope 3 years ago. Zeroed fast and holds zero. Great scope.
REVIEW BY: Bruce Monday, January 04, 2010
I have had this scope on my marlin 982VS bull barrel for about a year!It made a tack driver out of it. Even down range. Love it. Just wish they made silver also, to match my gun.
REVIEW BY: timmy Monday, November 23, 2009
I have this scope mounted on my Savage 93rss in .17HMR. A couple of my buddies gave me a hard time about such a cheap scope, that is until out shot them. The best scope I've ever had, just ordered another for my Howa varmint rifle in .22-250.
REVIEW BY: Scott Woodland Thursday, October 29, 2009
Montana Hunting at its best, this scope has been on my Ruger M77 Varmiter in 25-06 for about 8 years. I have harvested numerous antelope, deer and elk with this combination and never been happier with a scope. Longest measured kill is a 560 yard head shot on a muley doe. Definitely a keeper! My boys argue every year as to who gets to shoot this weapon when I get out the bigger caliber.
REVIEW BY: Ken D Saturday, April 25, 2009
i have this scope mounted on a 308 and a 270 . they have both performed flawlessly for thousands of rounds . great optics at any price .
REVIEW BY: Mike M Friday, February 20, 2009
Put this scope on a Bushmaster Hbar Target and love it! Great value for the money, and looks great too!!
REVIEW BY: MattH Monday, January 26, 2009
I have this scope mounted on a remington 597 .22 long rifle. This scope is deadly accurate. I love it. Took no longer than 5 minutes to sight in and from then on could take a bottle cap off at 100 yds... Awesome scope for the money. I highly recommend it.
REVIEW BY: JasonB Wednesday, October 15, 2008
I have this scope mounted on a Marlin 882SSV .22WMR and use it primarily for punching paper and small game. This scope performs well in low light, and the mildot system makes the task of taking game to 200 yards just a bit easier when the trajectory of the light .22 ammo is known.

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