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I am a seasoned varmint hunter, mostly prairie dogs. I have a significant ...
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Works well

by Stubbybutt, from Australia, Nsw Written on August 30, 2014
Does as advertised really love the versatility. But it won't focus down past 75m. At 25m or 50m either you have the target in focus or the crosshairs but you can't have both. The range finder works well + or - 1m and that's more than accurate enough to dial in to take that critical shot....
Would recommend: Yes
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Great scope for long range shooting. Used it for 2 years already.

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AR Written on January 8, 2011
I use this scope to predator hunt with and it is an exceptional scope for the money. I have ranged live coyotes in a field as far as 760 yards while running away. I also really like the scan feature that this scope has that constantly "Pings" the target to update range. This is really nice if you have a coyote running away that is about to stop. You can have the bullet corrected and in the air as they come to a stop.

Frankly, I will never own another scope that doesn't have rangefinding built in. It is nice to have it there when needed, and not something else to carry to the stands with me. No need to range everything around me and then remember and guess where my target might be.

It is a 2 step process.
-Press range button. (Correct turret if needed, I don't use that since it is also mildot.)
-Pull trigger.

I do wish it used more common batteries though instead of the CR2s. They will last about 3 days in cold weather of all day hunting.

Never the less, well worth the money.



Pros: Rangefinder is much better than any handheld, Interchanging turret lets you fine tune to your load.
Cons: Optics are a little darker around the top due to range display, about like the blue tinted sunshade on a car windshield at the top. Sometimes will turn on in bright sunlight because of IR receivers....
Would recommend: Yes
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This Rifle Scope Rocks!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on November 14, 2010

Pros: See comments.
Cons: None, ...
Would recommend: Yes
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MOUNTED ON AR-15 TARGET RIFLE IN .223

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NY Written on July 11, 2010
MOST LIKELY TO BE BANNED FOR HUNTING IN A STATE YOU LIVE IN. HIGHLY EXPERIENCED, SHOOTER, HANDLOADER. 200 YD ZERO. 600 YARD KILLS ON WOODCHUCKS. KNOW YOUR RIFLE, YOUR LOAD AND WIND DOPING, EXCEEDS THE AR-15 USEABLE RANGE (they get dicey past 600yds) ON YOUR DEER RIFLE, IN THE WOODS OR OPEN, YOU'LL EAT WELL. ZERI IN AT 100 YDS. PLENTY OF EYE RELIEF FOR GLASSES WEARERS. CLEAR, CRISP IMAGES. TURRET ADJUSTMENTS DEPENDABLE.
Pros: FAST, ACCURATE, EXCEEDS .223 RANGE
Cons: PUSH AND HOLD BUTTON FOR RANGE ONE MORE PREP, NOT NEEDED....
Would recommend: Yes
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Bushnell Yardage Pro 4-12x42 BDC Laser Rangefinder Rifle Scope 204124

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NM Written on June 28, 2010
I am a seasoned varmint hunter, mostly prairie dogs. I have a significant number of high end Leupold and Nightforce scopes on my prairie dog rifles. Some of my friends call me a scope snob. I also use a Lica Geovid rangefinder on the dogtown and twist knobs to set the range into the scope. I don't always have a spotter to use the Geovid and liked the idea of a rangefinder built into the scope. I started looking at features and price and decided to buy the Bushnell. I did not expect it to be comperable in optics to the Leupolds and Nightforces. This scope with a rangefinder built in costs less than most of the other scopes I own. I am realistic enough to know that you get what you pay for especially in optices. I chose the Bushnell over the comparably priced Nikon becaues of the BDC feature. The Bushnell comes with several knobs that work with many loads and even a knob you can mark for your load if one of the others doesn't fit.
I couldn't quite bring myself to go for the Ziess or other high end rangefinder scopes becaue the price is five or six times the cost of the Bushnell. Anyway I bought the Bushnell. When I went to mount it, I really didn't like the mounting system the provided and you must use their system or nothing. I struggled with the mounting set up and finally got it mounted to my satisfaction. Off to the range.
I sighted in the sope noting that the optics were inferior to what I was used to but not bad at all for the price of the scope. The optics were accept...
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Happy Customer of Optics Planet

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MN Written on April 5, 2010
Haven't had a chance to use outside yet. At the 50 yard range it worked very well and was right on the exact yardage when tested. Optics were very sharp and clear.
Pros: Very happy with this purchase; clear optics; easy setup
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Bushnell Yardage Pro

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, PA Written on February 15, 2010
I have had this scope for a year. I use it on a Remington 700 ADL .223 caliber rifle for varmint hunting. The scope holds zero perfectly, I have been in wet weather with no issues, and the range-finding ability seems very accurate and easy to use. The scope only takes about two seconds to get a reading, and it works well even for small objects at a distance (i.e. groundhogs in the grass at 200 plus yards) It mounted quickly and easily and has held with frequent use. The batteries do not seem to last as long as advertised, but are easy to change and I keep a spare with me. I tried using the pre-printed turrets, and are ok, however I strongly recommend using the blank turret that is included in the package and calibrating it to your specific bullet. (i.e. Grain, FPS, and B.C.) The scope does mount a little high (2.25 inches on my rifle), and I needed to purchase a sleeve for the stock to allow for a good cheek weld, however, the high mounting does not seem to have a negative impact on bullet trajectory. The clarity of this scope seems very good for me and is better than the other scopes I use. (both Bushnell Elite 3200).
Pros: holds zero
Cons: none considerable...
Would recommend: Yes
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Bushnell Yardage Pro

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CO Written on December 28, 2009
The turrets worked fine for me at 200 and were at zero as designed. The scope was not level on the picatinny rail and needed shims. It held zero fine. Paint was missing from the shell. The scope was heavy and looked strange to me.
Pros: holds zero
Cons: not level on rail, rangefinder only works on flat objects...
Would recommend: Yes
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Bushnell Yardage Pro 4-12x42 BDC Laser Rangefinder Rifle Scope 204124

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on December 19, 2009
I haven't shot my gun with it yet. Mounting was easy and the eye relief was fantastic. Socpe is clear and I compare its clarity with Baush & Lomb and Zeiss whic I have used for over thirty years for over thiry years. I will have to await the durability checks. As I have .243s to .378 Weatherbys to try it on.
Pros: Appears to be of good quality...
Would recommend: Yes
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I love this scope!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, NC Written on October 18, 2009
Love it! Love it! Love it! Was shooting a Weatherby Vanguard in 7mm Rem Mag. Mounted perfectly with Weaver 35/36 bases, I purchased online for 4.99 a piece. Went to the club and zeroed it at 100 in three rounds with cheap ammo (all I could find) Remington Express Core Lokt 140 gr. after I boresighted it. I was dead on from the start. I then dropped in the F turret, by turning one screw and removing the old inner turret, then (without spinning the outer turret) I dropped in the 'f'. I then fired once to make sure it was still zeroed and I was. I dropped back to 200 yds and clicked the BDC turret to 200 and fired 3 rounds. I put a 1.5" group on the paper within 1" of bullseye, vertical perfect with just a smidgen of drift. I then clicked to 300 and backed up to 300 yds. I fired 4 rounds and held a 4" group. The vertical was dead on, almost perfect with one round going a half inch low and the others drifting to the right. I attributed this to the blustery cold day (48 degrees) that I chose to zero. 20kts off/on, right on my back, but swirling around since I was on the edge of a field next to a treeline. Then I clicked 400 and moved back to 400 yds. Once again the turret was right on, within 1 inch of vertical perfection. My windage drifted 6 inches to the right, which again I attributed to the wind. I love this. 400 yds is an extremely long distance to shoot a deer, but I would feel very very confidant shooting with this setup out to that far, with perfect co...
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