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PT624X44TS Target and Hunting Scope

The optical and mechanical tolerances are made to exacting specifications for consistency and accuracy. The camera quality lenses are multi-coated and the 1/8 MOA clicks on the windage and elevation turrets are consistently precise.


• Finger adjustable turret able to be reset to zero.

• Fine crosshair 1/8 MOA dot reticle.

• Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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Magnification 6 - 24X
Obj. Lens Diameter (mm) 44
Exit Pupil Range (mm) 7.3 - 1.8
Field of View @100 Yds 20-5
Optimum Eye Relief (in) 3.5
Parallax Setting 25 - Inf
Click Adjustment Value 1/8
Adjustment Range 30 - 30
Transmission(%) Day/Night
Weight (ounces) 24.30

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REVIEW BY: Gary Friday, November 21, 2014
Several years ago I bought 2 of these scopes on eBay. It was a while before I got around to using them. One was on a Savage 22-250. At 200 yards, after sighting in the scope, I was shooting thru the same hole. The other was on an extensively modified SKS. I tried and tried to hit a target at 50' but to no avail. Then the cross hairs started slowly spinning around with each shot. I was not a happy camper. I set the gun in safe and ignored it for a year. One day I sent an email for the heck of it. Some one started talking back and forth. I had no receipts, didn't even remember when I bought it. After figuring out which scope it was, I sent it in with $10 for return shipping. Well they threw the old scope in the trash and now I have a new scope. I love happy ending. BSA's warranty is outstanding. The new scope is going on a AR with 24" 6.5 Grendel barrel, with custom 6" compensator. Hello 1000 yards!!
REVIEW BY: hunter Monday, November 26, 2012
I've shoot the same bsa scope for 2 years now and its still kickin and producing those amazing groups in fact i shot a group at 100 yards and covered it with my pinkie finger my papa has five of these scopes and a bushnell monarch and it will out perform the bushnell any day
REVIEW BY: Brian Sunday, May 06, 2012
I've used the same BSA scope on several different rifles, from 7mm ultra to 223. Hot weather, cold weather and rain. My BSA has never failed. Its a great scope that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. Id put it up against any scope out there.
REVIEW BY: Shaun Thursday, February 09, 2012
I have had this scope on a 220 swift for several years and have shot some incredible groups with this scope. Buy it and enjoy not having a fortune tied up in a scope and spend your money on ammo. :)
REVIEW BY: Sunday, July 17, 2011
Very, very good scope. I bought a used H&R 25-06 rifle with an attached BSA scope for $199.99.The other user I can tell had already sighted the scope as I made shots after shots where ever I aimed at the target at the range.However, due to manhandlining on my part I carelessly moved the windage knob one of the days I was puting back the rifle after a day at the range,so I knew that I had to resight the scope. I had never sighted a scope before.I googgled on the internet on how to sight a scope and after reading several useful hints, I went to the range to sight the scope. I was impressed how easy this scope made the task seem.I used this opportunity to fiddle with the scope like I had never done before.The windage and elevation knobs performed as expected. The variable magnification was a joy to fiddle with.Images were very clear and stay focussed. The precision and accuracy of my shots were impressive. To show off, I deliberately left my targets for the next shooter who will use the b
REVIEW BY: mike boston okla Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Have had this scope for about a year and pleased with it.It was easy to set up on my 300.savage rifle holds true and will continue to put critters on the table.Looking forward to taking some longer shots,have only tested it out to 340 yards and adjustment is almost text book!!
REVIEW BY: Phil Wednesday, December 29, 2010
I put this scope on my Savage 93 .22 for target shooting. It has been a very clear scope and once it was set, very simple to change distance. I'm thinking of putting it on my CZ 527 Varmint .204 to shot P-Dogs and crows.
REVIEW BY: Jason Mich Friday, December 17, 2010
This scope was on a Savage bvss model 12 22-250 when purchesed. What can i say but i got steal on the gun and scope. I shot woodchucks with it this spring and a couple of them were a tad bit over 400 yards. This scope was crystal clear and was very sharp, no problem spotting woodchucks at that distance. I would recommend a sunshade if you dont have one for it. Overall great scope for your money.
REVIEW BY: PAUL KLAFTA Sunday, March 21, 2010
Some time ago I was given a PT624X44TS as a gift.It was an overkill for the AR15 shoots I do.Recently I decided to try it for some distance shots.After mounting and attempting to pre-zero it the knob fell off.The other looks off and I am not going to fool with it.As this has never been used and in pristine condition with exception of the build I am hoping you will replace it with a TW2.5-8X36.THANK
REVIEW BY: Brian Ogle Friday, February 12, 2010
I have always had excellent luck with BSA scopes, they have great bang for the buck and often are better quality than the much higher dollar scopes. That said when I got this one it was my first let down with BSA; when I turn it up to 18X it starts to gray out and if I turn it up to 24X I can’t even see out of it. Sending it in for repairs/replace.