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Most Helpful Positive Review cant beat it for the price
For the money this scope by far exceeds all expectations I had. I purchased...
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by Pro rater, from United States, OR Written on August 31, 2014
I have read a lot of reviews and have researched this scope on various sites before I made the purchase. So I bought this scope and when it arrived at my door I was wondering if I was going to send it back. I am an avid hunter and have been hunting for years. I'm using it on a Win mag 300 and I'll tell you It is a good scope for the money. The only complaints that I have is the level bubble I can barely see which doesn't really doesn't affect my hunting and also the lighted cross hairs are fuzzy when lighted too much, but if you dim them they work perfect. I read reviews that claimed the max zoom at 32 was fuzzy, apparently they had no idea how to focus it with the eye relief. So over all, it's withstanding the punishment that I'm putting it through with the 300 win mag and it's working great. If you are on a budget like me, then this is for you....
Would recommend: Yes
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I'm not a rich man...

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on March 4, 2014
I'm in the military, and have a family as well as a passion for long range shooting. Had to sell my .338 Lapua topped w/a NF 8.5-32 a while back after our second child. After some research, I pulled the trigger on this to go on my M700 .243 and I can tell you, it's a very very good buy! The edges of the glass are a bit fishbowly, but I've never aimed with the edge of the glass. The usable part of the reticle is crystal clear and adjustments are right on time. I put 10 rounds onto a postage stamp at 200 yards and could see the shot holes with ease. Love the locking turrets and there is plenty of elevation (with 0 MOA base) to get me out to 1000 yards.
So, if you're a good blue-collar American, this is an awesome scope to get while you're saving up for that dream scope. It will be nice to keep as an extra down road too.
It is stamped P.R.C. (People's Republic of China) but hey, it works and the warranty is exceptional.
Pros: All the bells and whistles, tough as nails.
Cons: It's not a $1000+ quality scope, and made in PRC :(...
Would recommend: Yes
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Konus Pro M30 problems

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on January 13, 2014
In theory this scope had the features I needed; side focus, high mag, tactical reticle, parallax down to 25 yards. However, the parallax would only be adjusted for 200 yards when the side wheel was on 500, the glass was fuzzy and dim, and the windage tracking required twice as much input as the elevation to shoot a box tracking test. I ended up returning the scope for a refund.
Pros: price
Cons: parallax adjustment, optical clarity, tracking...
Would recommend: No
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by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AZ Written on March 1, 2013
This is a great scope. The glass is as good or better than alot of scopes much pricier than it. It was clear all the way through the field of view. All the way out to a thousand. The only thing I didnt like was that it only came in MRAD. I shoot F Class and wanted a scope that has 1/8 MOA so I returned the scope but the scope was awesome for the money. If your looking for a scope with MRAD, this is about the best buy for your money.
Pros: awsome value for your money
Cons: only comes in mrad....
Would recommend: Yes
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A good scope for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, TX Written on August 1, 2012
This is an update to my review of April 25, 2012. I have used it on a Savage 223 at 100, 200, 300 and 600 yds and am very happy with its performance. I bought it based on the reviews here. I did a box test at 200 yds for 16 clicks and got a perfect return to zero and an average click value of 0.36 = 0.1 mil as advertised. The elevation and windage adjustments were exactly the same. I have the mil dot reticle which worked well ranging a target at 300 yds (works at 12X), I am now used to the 0.1 mil clicks. I used Weaver Tactical 30mm Medium size mounts and the scope clears the barrel by 7mm. I could probably mount it lower? The objective OD is 59mm, ocular OD is 46mm. At 32X the sight picture is good. I can see the 223 holes in the high contrast targets to 300 yds. I can adjust the focus to 600 yds (set on infinite). I can barely see hits on steel at 600 but the 223 hits are a bit small. 30 cal hits are easier to see. I recommend this scope for target and varmint shooting to 600 yds in good light.
Pros: High power, clear, easy turrets, precise,
Cons: very long scope, a bit big...
Would recommend: Yes
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A good scope for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, TX Written on April 25, 2012
I bought this scope from a different source for less money. I have used it at 100, 200, and 300 yds on a Savage 223 and am very happy with its performance. I bought it based on the reviews here. I did a box test at 200 yds and got a perfect rectangle but not a square. The elevation and windage adjustments may not be exactly the same. Mine has the mil dot reticle which worked well ranging a 30" and an 18" target at 300 yds, and the clicks are 0.1 mil which I am now used to and perfectly happy with. I used Weaver Tactical 30mm Medium size mounts and the scope clears the barrel by 7mm. I could probably mount it lower? The objective OD is 59mm, ocular OD is 46mm. At 32X the sight picture is good and I can adjust the focus at 300 yds. Have not used it past 300 yet.
Pros: Accurate adjustments, repeatable, clear view, solid fittings
Cons: Long scope...
Would recommend: Yes
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Konuspro M30

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on April 11, 2012
EXCELLENT optics for Prarie Dog shoots. Meets my expectations.
Pros: Excellent optics for Prarie dog shoots. Meets my expectations....
Would recommend: Yes
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fun but....

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, AR Written on February 13, 2012
this scope will hold zero on a bushmaster .50BMG with no problem for hundreds of rounds, it's built to last. my problem is past 20x everything is blurry and the side focus doesn't focus past 300 yards. i have a $90 scope that can get a clear picture at 700 yards on 32x magnification, but this $400 scope can't do that at half the distance and 2/3 the magnification? if you're okay with paying this much for a white blob with a black blob in the middle for a silhouette target past 300 yards fine, I'll stick with my Barska and just put an external bubble on it.
Pros: side paralax, bubble level, range of magnification, VERY durable
Cons: side focus, clarity...
Would recommend: No
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Very Good Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on February 6, 2012
At its former price point it was a real bargain. Now it is good value for your money. I use it on my target AR and it is almost as useful as my Barska 60X spotting scope for seeing holes at 200 yards. It is not a $1,000 scope, but at $500 it is very competitive with anything else below $700
Pros: High magnification and all the bells and whistles
Cons: Heavy...
Would recommend: Yes
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Better than I expected

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on December 8, 2011
I'll start with a minor issue I had right form the start, my elevation we off and was nearly mechanically maxed down to get zero. Called customer service and sent it in and they shipped a new one right way, no hassle or questions.

Compares well to say Bushnell, Nikon, and Super Sniper scopes I have. No its not a Nightforce or US Optics but its also 1/3 the cost.

Passed the box test and did return to zero. The 1/8 clicks are nice when shooting 300+ yards but a hassle lower since you usually need to do a lot of turning. Likely due to it being 1/8 moa the turret clicks feel a little mushy. The locks on them seem to hold well and with decent rings this can be removed from an picatinny rail and put on to almost the same zero consistently. I also did not notice POI movement as I adjusted the power.

Setting the turrets to zero involves moving some small screws and while not hard if rushed or forced I could see ruining the retaining screws pretty easy.

Overall scope has a lot of features for the price point. The mall ninjas will rave on this scope and the serious distance shooters will not like its top magnifications. I would get another of these when needed.
Pros: good optics to ~28ish power, illum reticle, return to zero tested
Cons: mushy turret clicks, parallax little off...
Would recommend: Yes
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