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Barska 20-60x60mm Blackhawk Waterproof Spotting Scope w/ Tripod, Soft & Hard Cases
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This scope was everything it claimed to be. Granted this was my first spot...
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This scope has NO practical eye relief. A pain to use on a shooting range....
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Novice shooter buys first spotting scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, OH Written on September 9, 2013
This is my first spotting scope. Haven't had a chance to try it beyond 200yds but am pleased with it so far. Very easy to use and looks pretty good in and out of the case. If I can see bullit holes at 600yds I don't think I'll need to upgrade.
Pros: Easy to set-up & use, inexpensive, looks good
Cons: Front lens cover won't stay on...
Would recommend: Yes
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Perfect Spotting Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MI Written on August 9, 2013
Shooting NRA Smallbore (.22LR at 50 yds w/ iron sights), I needed something to help me know how I'm progressing through the targets. This is perfect, easily able to see the holes in the targets. I can just imagine that shooting larger caliber rounds would be just as easy to see at longer distances.
Pros: Price, Quality...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great value, a little hard to use, mediocre construction

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IN Written on April 18, 2013
Had this scope for 3 weeks. I thought the optics were pretty fantastic. Focus is a bit finickie, mostly because its too sensitive to adjust. Eye relief as others have noted is poor, you really have to jam your eye in there. Was happy with my purchase until one day the ocular side cover (which is screw on instead of pop off like the objective) seized onto the ocular piece. I didn't notice in time and next thing I know I'm holding the whole ocular piece in my hand. Closer inspection showed the locking ring was attached to the cover. Sent it back for a full refund, but I can tell you it looked just as clear IMO as a Celestron 52252 100mm Ultima, which is 3x the $money$
Pros: Best scope for the money
Cons: Difficult to focus, poor eye relief, mediocre construction...
Would recommend: Yes
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fishcop

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on January 13, 2013
Nice optic for the price, clarity exceeded my expectation out to 300 yards. Good for taking to the range or general wildlife viewing.
Pros: Nice clarity out to 300 yards...
Would recommend: Yes
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Spoting Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TN Written on November 23, 2012
Quick set up and easy to use. Good clarity out to 200 yds, FOV acceptable for 20 x 20 x 60. Tripod works great, looks cheap but solid and very effective. Like the fact that you can lock it in place from one point, the swivel/panning handle excellent value
Pros: Value for money, Light Weight
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Perfect for what I needed

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NJ Written on November 16, 2012
This product was exactly what I was expecting it to be and because of that it was perfect. I needed to sight in my rifle's Optics and BUIS at 100-200yrds and it did a great job of spotting my .308 holes in the target.
For me 60x does not focus completely but it was enough to see what I needed.
Yes, there a better scopes but I used it for only sighting in and for that it was perfect.
Pros: Affordable, Portable and Everything I hoped for
Cons: 60x can be a bit blurry...
Would recommend: Yes
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Poor optics

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, FL Written on October 2, 2012
I thought my expectations were low enough, but they were not. The optics are quite dark and not very sharp even at 20x. The extremely short eye relief means you are pressed up against the rubber and your cornea feels like it's practically touching the eyepiece.
Pros: It's cheap.
Cons: Poor optics and extremely short eye relief...
Would recommend: No
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Great product for a great price

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, OH Written on September 30, 2012
this product is well worth the money. Great shooting scope, no problems. Works well for my purposes, range targets under 250 yards.
Pros: Price & Function
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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First spotters scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on August 17, 2012
A full size adjustable tripod would be a better combination. Other than that completely satisfied.
Pros: price, set up
Cons: better tripod...
Would recommend: Yes
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Barska 20-60x60 Blackhawk Waterproof Spotting Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on June 4, 2012
The scope is well worth the money for a scope that is being used for sighting in a weapon at 100 yards.

It's a good scope for general use, but you do get better optics for a great deal more money.

As the saying goes; you get what you pay for.

I bought mine for sighting in an AR at 100 yards, works for me.
Pros: very clear out to 100 yards
Cons: none ...
Would recommend: Yes
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