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NcSTAR Illuminated Pistol Scope - 2-7x32e Black Scope SEPB2732B is currently on sale with fast shipping. Plus your total satisfaction is guaranteed when you purchase NcSTAR Illuminated Pistol Scope - 2-7x32e Black Scope SEPB2732B and other Rifle Scopes by NcSTAR.

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Overall rating
4.0 / 5
Easy To Set Up 4.3 / 5
Usability 4.2 / 5
Features 4.3 / 5
Value for your money 4.3 / 5
Meets expectations 4.2 / 5

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Overall rating
3 / 5
Easy To Set Up 4 / 5
Features 3 / 5
Meets expectations 2 / 5
Usability 4 / 5
Value for your money 4 / 5

Author: scarville from Glendora, CA on Dec 29, 2009
Pros:  clear optics,
Cons:  illuminated reticle too bright for low light
Would recommend:  yes

scarville wrote:

While advertised as a pistol scope, the eye relief on this scope is also well suited to a scout scope. I put this scope on a Browning BLR in 308 Win with an eye relief of about 10.5 to 11 inches using a set of low Leupold QRW rings. After boresighting it, I fired about 60 rounds of 150 grain factory ammo at various ranges out to the 120 yard maximum the range allowed. The scope seems to hold zero and, as far as I could tell, changes in magnification do not affect the point of impact. The optics are remarkably clear for such an inexpensive scope: Considerably better than a Simmons or BSA but not as good as a Leupold, Burris or Nikon. Two minor dissapointments: First was the Field of View. At 2X it is considerably less than than the 2.5X28 Leupold scout scope or the 2.75X20 Burris scope. While adequate, I expect more considering it has a 32 mm objective lens. Second is the illuminated reticle. Even at the lowest setting, it is too bright to use at twilight. Even in daylight I can see light reflecting from the inside of the tube. It is good enough to be useful against a dark target in good light but I do not recommend it for twilight shooting. A problem common to all scout scopes is reflections when the sun is low in the sky. The eyepiece anti-reflective coating on this scope is not the best. With the sun coming from behind I can see a strong reflected glare. When shooting into the sun objects behind me are reflected in the eyepiece. All in all, if you want a scope for a scout mount this or the non-illuminated model, would be a good scope to start with.

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