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6-24x40 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.

OUT OF STOCK

FEATURES

• Finger adjustable turret.

• Adjustable objective.

• Mil-Dot reticle.

• Includes 4” sunshade.

• Limited Lifetime Warranty.

 
Online price: $149.95 
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SPECIFICATIONS
Magnification 6 - 24X
Obj. Lens Diameter (mm) 40
Exit Pupil Range (mm) 7.2 - 2.1
Field of View @100 Yds 14.7 - 4.7
Optimum Eye Relief (in) 3
 
Parallax Setting 10 to Inf
Click Adjustment Value 1/8
Adjustment Range 35 - 35
Transmission(%) Day/Night
Weight (ounces) 19.90


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REVIEW BY: Al Friday, August 09, 2013
Got one of these on Ebay, mounted it on my re-built customized Turk Mauser 93, touching at 100 yards with Federal 8MM Mauser 170 grain soft point.
REVIEW BY: Darrell in Wisconsin Thursday, March 28, 2013
Mounted this on my customized Ruger in .308 2 years ago. Have shot 3 deer at 100-225 yards, 1 shot each. Great FOV at all settings! Have shot oranges at 350! Great scope! Only trouble is I lost the paperwork so I'm guessing with the range finding lines. Can you help out? This thing will out shoot me all day long! Keep up the great products at fair prices!
REVIEW BY: Wednesday, December 26, 2012
This scope looks incredible,clearest optic I own, and I got it for 60$ on eBay. I haven't shot with it yet but it feels sturdy and the target turrets have crisp tactile clicks.
REVIEW BY: Glenn Kronenberger Wednesday, October 31, 2012
I purchased this scope at a amish surplus for $25.00. I did not trust this scope until I mounted on a 22-250. Let us say rifle and ammo do make a differance alone. When matched with hornady ammo and a savage rifle at zeroed at 1/2 inch high at 100 yards the scope was AWESOME. at 200 YARDS WAS DEAD ON and a group was covered wih a dime. Great scope and I would pay much higher for this quality($150.00) Thanks for a great scope one of many.
REVIEW BY: Chris Tuesday, October 16, 2012
I put one of these on an AR-10 ten years ago, and it's still going strong.
REVIEW BY: Monday, September 03, 2012
purchased one of these as a 'stop gap' while I was looking for the perfect first focal plane scope I could afford. Never found it and stopped looking. This scope is as good as the high dollar scopes provided the "trigger nut" isn't loose. I won't be looking anytime soon for the big dollar scopes, this one shoots fine for me at 600 yards.
REVIEW BY: vabob Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Decided to try .22 benchrest on a budget. Put this scope on my rifle and consistently get one hole groups at 50 yds. Can't complain. Spend a thousand if you want to, but if the gun won't outshoot the scope, all you have is braggin' rights!Bought another for my 25-06 for groundhogs...
REVIEW BY: Ken in Ky Wednesday, October 12, 2011
I have this scope mounted on my Rem. 700 270 cal very acurrate and easy to use. The 4 years I have used it no complaint's
REVIEW BY: Wyoming Elk hunter Wednesday, August 10, 2011
This is an incredible scope for the price. I have one on my Win Model 70 300WSM it has stood up to the riggers of the Rocky Mountain Elk hunting areas for 4 yrs with out a flaw. clear glass.It holds .2 to .30 MOA w/5 round groups at 100M consistently. highly recommended for anyone looking for good optics at a terrific price. I would like to see 1/4 min adjustments on this scope but for the price you cant beat it.
REVIEW BY: Eric in GA Wednesday, November 18, 2009
I have this scope on my Savage in 270 Winchester. Excellent scope for the price, clear image and easy to adjust the magnification and parallax settings. The Mil-Dot reticle helps compensate for bullet drop long range and windy conditions. I like to use the 24x power settings as a spotting scope at the range when sighting in my other rifles. I'll be putting another BSA on my 22-250 when I get it.
REVIEW BY: Uncle Buck Tuesday, March 10, 2009
this is a great scope for the money. The magnification range is huge, frankly i'll never use it past 12x or so, but it's nice to have the mag power if you really need it. The mag power adjustment is very stiff, may lossen slightly with use but is very tight out of the box. Likewise the Objective adjustment knob - combined with the zoom lenses, this lets you focus in on the wet gleam in a squirrel's eye at 50 yards. It's accurate. With a small cailber 17HMR, i was punching .5 MOA groups all morning, once i made the final adjustment from the laser boresighting the night before. Tiny holes to be sure, but when you can cover 3 with a nickel, you're doing something right. I had more than a few pass through prior holes. I don't know if all the above will still be true after moving it to my .30-06 for a day at the range, but we'll soon find out. I may just buy the Sweet .30-06, with BDC reticle and 3 interchangeable drums to compensate for bullet weight. Great scope folks, at a gr

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