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BSA Optics Riflescopes GS424X50SP has been discontinued by BSA Optics and is no longer available. Our product experts have helped us select these available replacements below. You can also explore other items in the Rifle Scopes category yourself to try and find the perfect replacement for you!

BSA Optics Riflescopes GS424X50SP Product Info

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BSA OPTICS/GAMO OUTDOOR Gold Star Rifle Scopes - The Gold Star line of riflescopes represent the pinnacle of BSA performance optics, exceptional clarity and resolution. The 6X zoom system, a perfected optical design, EZ Hunter reticle, precision W/E adjustment and fully multi-coated optics, offer the complete package

Specifications for BSA Optics Gold Star Rifle Scopes GS424X50SP:

Mfg Item Num:  GS424X50SP
Supplier SKU:  72214
Category:  OPTICS - SCOPES
Adj Size:  1/4 MOA @ 100 yds
Magnification:  4-24X
Objective:  50mm
Field of View:  29-8.5 @ 100 yds
Eye Relief:  4"
Length:  13"
Weight:  30 oz
Finish:  Black
Reticle:  EZ Hunter

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BSA Optics Riflescopes GS424X50SP Comments

Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review GoldStar Owner by Huffmanite, January 2, 2013
Have owned the 4-24 and 3-18 Gold Star scopes for about 15 months now. The 4-24 is on a .308 and the 3-18 is on a 6mm Remington. Both have performed well for me and proved reliable for my target shooting. Mind you, the optics in my 4-20 Weaver Sup...
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Helpful Negative Review Good Idea, but bad application! by Legacy Reviewer, February 3, 2012
Seems like the crosshairs are mounted to the rear ocular. Shot a box of shells through the gun trying to sight it in, until I let my gunsmith shoot it and try to sight it in. After he fired two shots, he tried to adjust the ocular and noticed that if...
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