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Most Helpful Positive Review Hi-Lux Optics 2-7x32mm Long Eye Relief Riflescope
Works very well on my Ruger Gunsite scout rifle. I had Leupold Scout scope ...
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Most Helpful Negative Review Can't sight in
I have two of these scopes mounted on Mosen Nagant M-38's with Brass Stacke...
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Junk with issues from the start

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on May 8, 2014
Not the Hi-Lux of old! Nothing but issues from the start and Hi-Lux does not care to even respond tone mails or the contact us section on their web site. DO NOT BUY THIS
Pros: Price (so I thought)
Cons: Loses zero, debris inside lens...
Would recommend: No
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Great scope for Scout Rifle

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, FL Written on May 1, 2014
Bought this scope a while ago for my Springfield M1A Scout Squad. Glass is great and reticle is very easy to see and use. Need to get it out to shoot more.
Pros: Great quality
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Does the job in good light

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MN Written on November 13, 2013
Long story short, nice economy scope for a Garand or other milsurps/lever guns with top ejection or clip loading and requiring up to 12" of eye relief AS LONG AS YOU DON'T NEED MUCH LOW LIGHT CAPABILITY.

Mounted this scope on an M1 Garand with the Fulton Armory Super Scout Rail and a set of Leupold 1" QRW low rings (.730").

Setup went smoothly, scope was as low as possible, extra long eye relief easily left top of action clear for loading of en bloc clips & ejection of brass while being able to shoulder the rifle in a natural fashion and achieve a decent cheek weld rather than a "jaw weld".

Field of view, brightness and aperature were easy to work with during daylight and on lower power settings, a bit touchy on 7x, but useable. Low light capability not exceptional, but it's a 32 mm objective and there are understandably limits imposed by that smaller light gathering area...

Sighted in quickly and easily at 100 yards, then re-zeroed turret markings. Good clear instructions came with scope, along with a set of basic swing up lens caps.

Took the rifle out to the deer stand... And passed up several broad side shots @ a laser measured 130 yards on standing deer- Because in twilight dusk or dawn situations the duplex reticle is INVISIBLE against a neutral or somewhat dark background. This happened at 15-20 minutes before end of legal shooting hours here in MN.

If this scope had an illuminated reticle, it would be a REALLY good scope for the price (and I would ha...
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Would recommend: Yes
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DO NOT BUY!!!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, MN Written on October 4, 2013
This scope is rated for scout rifles, looking up what scout rifles are it seems to be sort of like a slang term for military .308 rifles. That said this was mounted on my .308 rifle for deer hunting in which after 2 shots either the reticle or the entire adjustment tubes inside the scope came loose and the crosshairs are now crooked and everything rendering itself useless. I am now having issues with returning the scope for my money back opticsplanet says its broken and used therfore not returnable. I understand if I broke the scope myself but opticsplanet themselves carrying a scope on there store not being able to stand up to its advertised rating is not the customers fault but the store. I would not have this problem anywhere else weather it being a store or online store. I am very disappointed in opticsplanet I have been buying stuff off here for a while and have been pleased up to now, If they cant return my money back and change the advertised rating for this scope or take it off their shelves they will lose a lot of customers and have a poor image of customer satisfaction. I give opticsplanet a bad rating for customer satisfaction for the time being, and terrible product information.
Cons: weak china made scope...
Would recommend: No
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Can't sight in

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on June 22, 2013
I have two of these scopes mounted on Mosen Nagant M-38's with Brass Stacker Mounts. My gunsmith mounted them. They were bore sighted using adjustments on the mounts and then the optics. They were bore sighted at maximum power. It was noted that changing the power after bore sighted the crosshairs moved radically. At the range at maximum power
at 50 meters totally ran out of adjustment with both windage and elevation. Calls to Leatherwood did not help correct anything. I don't understand how others can give this scope 5 stars.
Pros: None
Cons: Everything...
Would recommend: No
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Good Stuff Here

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on April 25, 2013
If you are looking for good bang for the buck value, look no further.
Pros: price/value, length of eye relief (long and then some)
Cons: none, yet...
Would recommend: Yes
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Hi-Lux Optics 2-7x32mm Long Eye Relief Riflescope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on January 17, 2013
Works very well on my Ruger Gunsite scout rifle. I had Leupold Scout scope on my rifle but replaced it with this Hi-Lux Optics 2-7x32mm Long Eye Relief Riflescope and am now able to reach out further on longer shots. Good quality and value...I do recommend for those wanting a similar set up....
Would recommend: Yes
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Can't wait to shoot

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MI Written on November 23, 2012
I bought this scope for use on my M1A Scout Squad. I have not shot with it yet due to weather but can hardly wait to zero in.

Pros: Long Eye Relief,
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Mosin Nagant Scout Scope Setup

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on March 9, 2012
I purchased this Leatherwood/Hi-lux 2-7x32 long eye relief scope to use with my Mosin Nagant 91/30 in the scout scope fashion. The scope is mounted to the original rear iron sight by use of an S&K mount(also a great product.) The scope is excellently constructed, easy to adjust and extremely clear and bright. Targets at 200-300 yards are easy to see. The scope has no problems with recoil from the 7.62x54mm cartridges. With over 300 rounds zero as been held perfectly. Very pleased with this scope and the great, friendly service I received from Optics Planet. They even matched a competitors price. My suggestion to anyone looking to put a great scope on your Mosin Nagant or other rifle is to look carefully at this one and other Leatherwood/Hi-lux products.
Pros: Excelent glass. Great construction.
Cons: Need more time for hunting! ...
Would recommend: Yes
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good for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IA Written on February 27, 2012
i would recommend this to anyone who is trying to be cheap and doesn't want to spend the money on a leupold scout scope with variable power
Pros: the variable power range
Cons: it does not grab the light that the leupold does for the scout scope...
Would recommend: Yes
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