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Terrific value, excellent for the Ruger 10/22

by Kurt T., from United States, NY Written on October 4, 2014
This is an excellent scope for rimfire guns like the Ruger 10/22 and Henry lever-action rifles. I have purchased several of them. You can't beat them for the price, and the size is very handy for plinking or small-game hunting. My most recent purchase wears NcStar Quick-Detach rings and goes into the carry-bag with my 10/22 Takedown. It is compact, lightweight, and has a perfect magnification range for a .22 rifle. I have seen no issues with any of mine, but I have not used them on powerful rifles, just rimfires....
Pros:
  • Accurate
  • low price
  • Compact and sturdy
Cons:
  • None
Best Used for:
  • Small game hunting
  • plinking
Would recommend: Yes
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look nice

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IN Written on May 22, 2013
cheap!! cheap !!
Pros: size
Cons: broke after two shots...
Would recommend: No
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Nice Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on November 1, 2012
Really nice scope for the money, the only complaint I have is that you have to use a coin or flat head to adjust the windage and elevation....
Would recommend: Yes
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Excellent for 10/22FS

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, NM Written on July 22, 2012
Purchased for use on a new Ruger 10/22FS Tactical and I must say that this scope is perfect. I didnt want a huge scope and this tiny rifle but wanted the option of variable magnification and this turned out to be the perfect way to go. Easy to sight in, held zero perfect.and looks sleek and minimalistic on the 10/22. Sight picture is clear and concise at all magnifications and it seems well built. Others mention the reticle being to thick. It is thick, but in now way does it cause issues for me. I actually like it because with my poor eyesight I can actually see the reticle better whereas on some scopes I have a hard time with the reticle. This is a superb value for your 10/22!!!...
Would recommend: Yes
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great buy

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on June 22, 2012
On time free delivery,setup and zeroed easily. bright and clear. Good buy! Looks awsome on mt 10/22 with the Tapco
stock & muzzle brake.
Pros: looks great,easy to use...
Would recommend: Yes
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great product

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on June 9, 2012
installed it on a Ruger 10/22 with a Tapco stock. Looks great and I am very satisfied with the performance and value. The service was outstanding. This was my second purchase from Optics Planet and they have come through with everthing they said they would do! I am looking to purchase a spotting scope and will look no further.
Pros: value, looks great
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Perfect for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on April 12, 2012
For the money, I am completely satisfied with this little scope. I wanted something that didn't look beastly on my 10/22... It seems all the popular scopes are about as long as the rifle they are mounted on. Low power works for close range active shooting, and 6x is just enough for 50 yd target shooting... I was even able to bust up clay pigeons at 100 yds without difficulty Perfect if you want something to start out with and have room to grow later.

I feel fortunate that I did not have any of the long-range blurring issues that others have reported. My one quirk is that you have to use a quarter or large screwdriver to adjust the scope... no easy adjust thumb studs here. It's not a big issue, but a matter of preference.
Pros: Compact, inexpensive, no blurring issues
Cons: Coin-adjustable turrets...
Would recommend: Yes
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BROTHERS NEW SCOPE

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on March 25, 2012
THIS ITEM WAS FOR A WWII RIFLE AND NEEDED TO BE SHORT TO FIT THE WEAPON. PERFECT FIT AND WAS EASY TO ZERO IN THE SCOPE. THANKS GUYS.
Pros: FITS PERFECTLY
Cons: NONE...
Would recommend: Yes
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compact scope

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on November 24, 2011
optic planet is a very good company to deal with fast service good product selection
Pros: good scope for the money
Cons: a little fuzzy at full power...
Would recommend: Yes
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Fits my needs

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on October 6, 2011
Hopefully, the durability of this scope will match its usability features.
I had some fun working with the mil dot distance estimating feature. The literature I got on the scope didn't mention at what power the scope was calibrated for in using the mil dot -distance method.
Here's what I did:
I found a target some distance off- it's a patio door about 7 feet (2.1 m) from base to top, on a house that's 200 meters from my sighting point (I used Google satelite maps to determine the distance).
I rearranged the mil dot formula (see wiki) to solve for the number of mil dots: 10.6.
Sighting the patio door, I went from 2X to 6X to see where I got about 10.6 mil dots for the height of that patio door.
It was at 4X. Most scopes are calibrated to use their highest power for this method, but there is an advantage in using the middle power- it lessens the error if the shooter forgets to select the correct power at which he counts the mil dots on his distant object.





Pros: compact, quick 2 eye sighting at 2X...
Would recommend: Yes
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