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Firefield Tactical IR 10-40x50mm Adjustable Objective Riflescope
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The scope manual indicates the scope is 1/4 MOA while the turrets indicates 1/8 MOA
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This scope...

by X, from United States, WA Written on November 17, 2014
This scope mounted easily. Adjustments for eye relief are smooth and easy. Looked at a target 100 yds, into the sun on low horizon. With difficulty finding the target was still able to get on. I am not surprised of that because of the sun and no sun shield on scope. It was dialed all the way up. It works for the price....
Would recommend: Yes
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Outstanding

by oldgrunt, from United States, TN Written on October 9, 2014
I have bought 3 of these. 2 for me and one for a friend on his birthday. Santa is going to bring me another one unless I can't wait. I don't use the red/green cross hairs so I can't comment on those. The scope is outstanding. My local club only has 200 yards but when I crank it up to 40 it's like it is in front of me. Lense is clear and it stays on zero when changing powers. I use this on a .223 savage and a .308 Thompson Center Predetor. The .308 kicks pretty good as it is very light. The scope has not had any problems on it....
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Awesome scope at a really cheap price

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on May 20, 2014
To start, this is not a high end scope, so I'm not going to hold it up against a Nightforce and say that it's a piece of junk. This scope is installed on a 7mm Rem Mag with no muzzle brake. After bore sighing, it was on paper at 25 yards. After adjusting for 3 inches of windage and 4 inches of elevation, the second round was dead center on the bull's eye. I did shoot the "box" with this scope and the tracking is acceptable for what I'm going to use as a hunting scope at ranges up to 500 yards. It never shot a perfect box but it would always return to and retain zero. Clarity does get fuzzy in the higher magnification settings but this is expected from a scope in this price range. Took this scope out to 400 yards on 18"x18" steel and had no problem acquiring target. After 40 hot rounds, it held zero and left me quite impressed. Did not even remember to turn on the illuminated reticle. It was not needed. All in all, this is a great little scope for plinking or hunting with a flat shooter that doesn't require you to fiddle too much with your turrets. More than enough magnification, adequate tracking, nice optics, all for 100 bucks, can't beat that. If you're on the fence, go for it, you won't be disappointed.
Pros: inexpensive, accurate, well built, good tracking...
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Firefield 10x40x50mm Tactical AO Riflescope

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on February 19, 2014
The scope manual indicates the scope is 1/4 MOA while the turrets indicates 1/8 MOA...
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Firefield Tactical IR 10-40x50mm Adjustable Objective Riflescope

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on February 18, 2014
I assume 5 is better than 1....
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