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2-7X32 Edge Pistol Scope

With larger objectives and an adjustable range of power, they can be used for a wider field of novices.


• 1” tube.

• Long eye relief.

• Solid one piece tube.

• One-year warranty.

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Magnification 2 - 7X
Obj. Lens Diameter (mm) 32
Exit Pupil Range (mm) 15.07-5.23
Field of View @100 Yds 60-16
Optimum Eye Relief (in) 12-20
Parallax Setting 50 yds.
Click Adjustment Value 1/4
Adjustment Range 45 - 45
Transmission(%) Day/Night
Weight (ounces) 7.50

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REVIEW BY: Steve Sunday, December 28, 2014
I bought one of what turns out to be the older model PS2-7x32 for my 460 S&W TC. It had no problem with the recoil. The 44mm ocular bell makes target acquisition real easy as opposed to the newer models that I bought. While they with stand the recoil the sight image requires more precise eye alignment. Like Darren I wish I had bought more of that model before the change. And if the above dimensions are correct, there must be another model as none of mine are that long. Newer isn't always better. In all, a good scope for the price.
REVIEW BY: darren Thursday, December 11, 2014
bought a 2-7x32 edge scope for a 44mag.the large eyepiece made it easy to find the target while hunting.bought my second edge and come to find the design of the eyepiece is now smaller and harder to find the target than the old design.both will stand up to my 44 mag and 454 with no problems.should have bought 2 when I bought my first the old one better.
REVIEW BY: Jesse Thursday, April 18, 2013
bought this for a mosin nagant. needed a scope with long eye relief since I replaced the rear iron site with a rail. scope holds up. good deal.
REVIEW BY: John Saturday, July 14, 2012
Took a chance and bought one for a .22 pistol. Great scope. Now have three of them!
REVIEW BY: Larry Wednesday, May 23, 2012
worked great on my little 22, then I placed it on a Encore Pistol 243, still works real good. I planned to buy a second and place it on the Encore Pistol in a 308 - now if it holds up to that it will take anything.
REVIEW BY: GWS 10/3/09 Saturday, October 10, 2009
I have other pistol scopes costing a lot more but was looking for one that had a fast focus eyepiece that wouldn't cost a arm and a leg. Because of my glasses it was hard to get focused at differnt ranges. I bought the BSA EDGE 27x32 to try on my Ruger BH 44mag for hunting deer. At the range it works great, I could focus from 25yds to 200yds and was very fast to get on target. I have shot 200 rounds of some hot 44mag so far and it seams to be holding up ok. The only thing that would make it better is one in a matte silver finish. The cost was good, the finish good and gathers light very well. Note, I gave my other pistol scopes to my son for his pistols because he is young and don't need glasses. Thanks BSA for a good pistol scope at a good price.
REVIEW BY: M J Wednesday, August 06, 2008
I have been seriously considering a scope for one of my hand guns or a future weapon that I intend to purcuase. Although I have been able to shoot with in hunting accuracy with open sights for most of my life the fact that my glasses have had three differrent strengths when I am in a hunting situation it becomes a bit difficult to get the right lens lined up to make an accurate shot. What I have seen in the price range of BSA Series and the Edge series the quality in low light and a woods setting. Some days it is good to know a Gunshop owner as afriend that also has an out door range and the weapons and willingness to allow eme to fire a box of ammo through a few sed hand guns with him monting the scopes I wanted to test out. The thing that got me by surprise was the price seemed to make little difference in anyting but my check book. As for the performance I was equally satisfied with scopes as costly as the fire arm as I was with the BSA and edge series. The weather was the only th

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