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NcSTAR 20x50 Spotting Scope Green Lens With Tripod NG205050G
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Most Helpful Positive Review better than I hoped for
First off I am a serious shooter with a 200 yard range in on my place, that...
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Most Helpful Negative Review A Waste of $21, get a better quality one instead!
Made of very cheap plastic, like toy plastic, easily breaks. Optically blur...
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NcStar Spotting Scope

by Blackpowder Shooter, from United States, IN Written on August 31, 2014
Great little spotting scope. I use it to spot at 50 yards and it works great. Good eye relief (I wear glasses) and good field of vision at 50 yards. The tripod could be better but it works. I would think most people will end up replacing the tripod with something more substantial. After being to the range twice with it I'm very happy with the purchase. Money well spent....
Pros:
  • Inexpensive
Cons:
  • tripod does not have a height adjusment
Best Used for:
  • range bag
Would recommend: Yes
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Great

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on January 11, 2013
For what I wanted this for it has been great! And yes you get what you pay for but it dose do it's job just like it's meant to....
Would recommend: Yes
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IT WORKS

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IL Written on December 31, 2011
ITS CLEAR AND YOU CAN SEE THE HITS ON PAPER ....
Would recommend: Yes
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better than I hoped for

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, KY Written on October 12, 2011
First off I am a serious shooter with a 200 yard range in on my place, that said this is a decent scope by any standard and a great scope for the money. .22 caliber hits are clear out to 125 yards, .30 caliber hits are good out to 200 yards. Overall quality seems pretty good. The tripod is a joke but I knew that going in. I found a camera tripod for $3.00 at goodwill, so look around and you can have a pretty good setup on the cheap. I would recommend this to people who are not optic snobs.
Pros: great out to 100 yards
Cons: tripod is a joke...
Would recommend: Yes
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Does the job at a nice price

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, OR Written on April 25, 2011
I bought this to use in an indoor (50') range (attached to full-size, stable tripod or pistol range case). It works perfectly for this application.
Pros: Lightweight, inexpensive
Cons: Tripod not really useful...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Value for Price

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on December 5, 2010
You get way more than what you pay for
Pros: Cheap!
Cons: Cheap...
Would recommend: Yes
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Awesome little scope!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on November 21, 2010
I am a bullseye shooter and my more expensive spotting scope would not focus at 50 foot distance. Funny thing is, I was told this would not either! It does, beautifully! Tough to find a better spotting scope for the money.
Pros: Perfect for my needs: In-Door Pistol Range scope
Cons: Didn't find this sooner? Great little scope for the money!...
Would recommend: Yes
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A Waste of $21, get a better quality one instead!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on August 23, 2010
Made of very cheap plastic, like toy plastic, easily breaks. Optically blurry, eye relief too short, you end up up hunting for a small spot to see through in the eyepiece. Tripod also made of same cheap flexible toy plastic, causes bouncing image. Probably could have returned, but then out for return shipping costs. The similar zooming model is probably made the same way. What a waste! Could have applied the $21 plus shipping toward a better quality scope. Live an learn...
Pros: None that I can see
Cons: Bad materials, bad workmanship...
Would recommend: No
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Air Rifle Team scope

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on June 23, 2010
I bought just one of these not sure how useful they would be at 10 meters on an indoor rifle range. After using it I bought 12 more, one for each shooter on my team. I even built a scope pole for $14 from stuff at Home depot. I have dropped it myself and High School shooters use it and we haven't broken one yet.
Pros: Price, function...
Would recommend: Yes
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NcSTAR 20x50

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on May 13, 2010
This is great! $21 man! How does everyone *not* have one of these?! It's obviously not the greatest thing ever, and the tripod kinda sucks, but you can use any camera tripod with it... Bottom line: it WORKS, so what more can you ask for? It's clear enough that I can see hits on paper out to 150 yards and possibly beyond, durable enough to survive the mild abuse of backpacking, and small/light enough to take anywhere in any bag... Downsides? There aren't any for twenty bucks!
Pros: Cheap! And it works!
Cons: Tripod is barely adequate...
Would recommend: Yes
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