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Bushnell Banner 3.5-10x36 .17 Super AO Riflescope Matte Multi-X 713510 Rifle scope
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Most Helpful Positive Review Super banner on 10/22
I have this scope on a 16" bull barreled 10/22 in an axiom stock. I wanted...
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Most Helpful Negative Review It will be a while before I know if I like it.
Recieved my scope today, fast shipping Optics Planet. Scope was missing ALL...
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Great scope, DEMO product missing turret caps

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NY Written on August 26, 2013
Put this on my 10/22 and it works great. Really love the parallax adjustment. As I stated, this DEMO product was missing turret caps but Bushnell sent new ones for free.
Pros: Good price
Cons: No turret caps, though Bushnell was very helpful and sent new ones for free...
Would recommend: Yes
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Excellent Value

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on June 9, 2013
This is mounted on an Anschutz model 141. I occasionally shoot .22 silhouette out to 200 yards and this scope allows me to get the up adjustment I need without the need for a special base or elevation adjustable rings. It also scales to the gun well with a 36mm adjustable objective.
Pros: Lots of adjustment, good clarity, lightweight
Cons: Target knobs would make it better...
Would recommend: Yes
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What you need for your rimfire rifle!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CA Written on April 7, 2013
Received this scope and immediately mounted it on a Remington bolt action 22LR. Using the adjustable objective and BDC turret with cheapo Federal ammo, consistently grouped less than 1" at 25 and 50 yards. Then moved it to a Marlin 795 and achieved the same results! The reticle works great for both close and farther distance targeting, and the optics are very nice especially considering the price. The eyebox is a bit small compared to scopes 2-3 times its price but you really cannot beat the value and versatility of this scope.
Pros: Adjustable objective, BDC turret, clear optics for the price.
Cons: Eyebox is a bit small....
Would recommend: Yes
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Bushnell Banner 3.5-10x36 .17

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AL Written on February 28, 2013
I bought this scope for a S&W M&P 15-22. I chose to go with Bushnell because of satisfaction with their other products. When I originally purchased the scope I thought "it's just a $100 scope. I shouldn't expect *that* much from it, but should be worth it." Once I got it out of the box and looked through it, however, it blew my mind how clear it was and how bright the image was!! I got it set up and put on my .22, sighted it in at 100yds, and dropped the appropriate BDC in the elevation adjustment turret... I could not be more satisfied! There are BDCs for all sorts of calibers and there is a chart to go by on Bushnell's website. And if you load your own ammunition, there is a blank BDC with a white strip for you to write on to make your own custom BDC. This scope is definitely worth what its listed for and I would easily recommend it to anyone!
Pros: Ridiculously good light transmission for a scope in this price range. Also, the Bullet Drop Compensators are very handy.
Cons: Truthfully, none....
Would recommend: Yes
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Bushnell Banner 3.5-10x36 .17

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on February 5, 2013
Great scope
Pros: Good Value...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great scope for .22 bolt action

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, TX Written on February 4, 2013
I bought this scope for my Marlin .17 HMR. However it found a home on my Remington 581 bolt action rifle.(I think my old eyes need a little more magnification for the .17) It is a great match for a .22. It can focus on 3.5 in my garage. This makes it perfect for the short shots when out in the field shooting squirrels. The long shots are just an adjustment away. The AO eliminates parallax at least for me which has been a big problem for .22 rifles when using higher end scopes. I use Burris signature rings with offset inserts to get scope zeroed with minimum MOA clicks (near zero, zero)at 50 yards. This easily gives me dime sized groups even on 10x. This scope is very comfortable on my eye at 8x. I may get one for my Ruger 10/22 also since other reviewer has already adjusted his for bullet drop. Great scope for the money.
Pros: AO and optics for the money
Cons: I would like to see ridicule with BDC marks...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great scope for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, OH Written on April 8, 2012
I wasn't expecting the scope to be this nice for under $100. Best bargain I've seen and an excellent deal for a .22 (or .17) scope.
Pros: best for the money
Cons: No rings...
Would recommend: Yes
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Super banner on 10/22

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on February 23, 2011
I have this scope on a 16" bull barreled 10/22 in an axiom stock. I wanted to keep the sight line low and close to the barrel and use very low rings. I also wanted to keep it relatively compact to match the short barrel and lightweight stock. This scope was the perfect choice. The glass looks at least as good as any other Banner I've seen, which is to say, much better than anything else until you approach a 50% price increase. The adjustments were amazingly exact and repeatable, which lends itself to the excellent bullet drop compensator adjustment. With a 36 grn hollowpoint at ~1190 measured fps, the drop compensator will allow me a 50 yard zero, with distance points of 75, 90, 100, 115, and 130 yards. So, if you want a 50 yard zero and are shooting typical high velocity stuff of 36-40 grains, you will still have enough bdc adjustment to reach 130 yards. I used a ballistic calculator and put the distances on the dials myself. The factory supplied turrets assume a 100 yard zero. That's great for a .17 hmr, or a .22 wmr, but I wish the supplied turrets for the .22lr assumed a 50 yard zero, as that is closer to the typical rimfire range.
The optics are clear, there is very little distortion. The lense coatings are very effective when the sun is to your back compared to a cheaper scope or many that are more. Light transmission and exit pupil diameter are so much better than can be found on most 3-9x32 type scopes. Plus, you get a little extra zoom. However, this...
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Would recommend: Yes
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BDC Skeptic

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on November 11, 2010
I bought this scope with low expectations but was very surprised to be impressed by this low priced scope. I had looked at other BDC scopes and was not sure about the accuracy of the product but this scope I put on my 17HMR heavy barrel Marlin and it sights in within a one quarter of an inch at all settings on the dial very impressive for the cost of this scope. I sighted it in at 100 yards and it holds true and when I used the BDC at 150 and 175 it was so close I could not believe it. This is a perfect match for my 17 and would recommend it to anyone who does not want to break the bank looking for a BDC scope for their gun.
Pros: Quick sight in and BDC is VERY Accruate
Cons: None that have occured after 3 months of shooting....
Would recommend: Yes
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It will be a while before I know if I like it.

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, OR Written on February 18, 2010
Recieved my scope today, fast shipping Optics Planet. Scope was missing ALL the BDC plates and dials. Unuseable till Bushnell sends them to me. Good news is, they are not charging me. Bad news is it will be 3 to 4 weeks. Where was quality control, Korea?
Pros: Price, good write-ups, ok for 22lr
Cons: Missing pieces....
Would recommend: Yes
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