I've been hunting for many years, own more than a few rifles, have sighted in a lot of rifles and this was by far the most aggravating scope I've ever seen. I know what I'm doing. It was mounted on a DPMS .223 AR type rifle. First shot on paper at 25 yards was high to the right. I got it centered, moved the target out to 50 yards and the shot hit the dirt in front of the target. Without changing anything I moved the target back to 25 yards and it wasn't even on the paper. Forty shots later came to the conclusion the reticle was moving. I knew it a lot sooner than that but I was trying different things. With iron sights the rifle is a tack-driver.
All the drilled and tapped holes are out of line on the scope, base and the illuminator. I've been a machinist for years and all I see is poor workmanship.
Don't waste your time.
Pros: Night vision works pretty well
Cons: Could not sight in
This review was written in the old system and had content requirements that are different than reviews written today.