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Redfield Battlezone 3-9x42mm w/ TAC-MOA Reticle, Matte
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This is an awesome scope, Money well spent!! the resettable turret and mult...
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Most Helpful Negative Review Sighting in was all over the place wasted lots of ammo/horrible customer service from Optics Planet.
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Great Scope for Price

by Josh, from United States, UT Written on December 26, 2014
I got this scope from Optics Planet for about half the MSRP cost, with free shipping. You can't beat that price and the package got to me within the week. For that, I am a big fan of Optics Planet.
As for the scope: it was a little heavier than I was hoping, but that is subjective. The balance point is behind the turrets towards the shooter which I like. The lens is very clear and it is easy to focus. I like the fast, tool-less adjustments to the turrets. The reticle goes from thick to medium to thin cross hairs which can aid in fast shooting under stress, while the MOA thin cross hair is very thin and will do well for long range or bench shooting. Out of the box the magnification ring is stiff and a little challenging to turn. I like this because I tend to use my scopes at a fixed lower power and don't like when they get turned up on accident. All-in-all, I think it is a great scope. The only thing I wish, is that it was a little lighter, but for the price you would be hard pressed to find a scope of this quality for the price....
Pros:
  • unconditional lifetime warranty
  • Clear, bright optics
  • finger ajustments
  • easy to focus
  • MOA reticle
Cons:
  • a little heavy
Best Used for:
  • Tactical rifles
Would recommend: Yes
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Perfect AR15 Scope

by John, from United States, DE Written on December 25, 2014
Great scope set up for an AR15. Looked at others, Battlezone warranty and features hard to beat. Looks great,crisp and clear. Controls have a positive click, nice. Includes dust covers. Any problems for any reason covered under warranty. Can't go wrong....
Would recommend: Yes
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Redfield Battlezone

by Fabford, from United States, MI Written on December 24, 2014
Great scope at a great price. This scope has clear optics that compare equally with a friends $400 Nikon Monarch scope at a fraction of the price. I would recommend this scope to anyone looking for quality at an affordable price....
Pros:
  • Clear, bright optics
Cons:
  • None
Best Used for:
  • AR/M4 platforms,Ak-47,Scar,etc
Would recommend: Yes
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battlezone is awesome

by m1a shooter, from United States, CA Written on December 22, 2014
Good scope and good price. Pretty clear and smooth. Good for .223 and .308. Nice and solid for the price. I would definitely mount this on my m1a or socom. Once I upgrade I can reuse this scope for my ARs....
Would recommend: Yes
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Battlezone

by Loader, from United States, VA Written on September 21, 2014
Optics are clear, the TAC-MOA reticle is nice. Wish it went down 10 mil dots (lines in this case), instead of 4 so it more suitable for a .300 BLK. However, if it will pass the box test this scope is a real bargain....
Would recommend: Yes
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Redfield Battlezone scope

by John Eddleman, from United States, NM Written on September 7, 2014
nice scope, have it on an AR 10 chambered for 308 winchester using the 308 turret. sight in at 100 yard zero then it compensates for other yardages. had no problems with the install but if you have the extended picatiny top rail use mounts taller than 1/2" as mine barely lets me use the included covers. they fit but its a tight fit....
Would recommend: Yes
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Sighting in was all over the place wasted lots of ammo/horrible customer service from Optics Planet.

by Stubby, from United States, AZ Written on July 30, 2014
This rifle scope must be the one in a million defective scope out of these reviews. When sighting in, the adjustments were way off. 15 Clicks at a time until all the way maxed out (elevation) and still in the dirt! Optics Planets Return Policy is ridiculous and pure laziness. I tried to return this for a full refund and they wouldn't because it had been mounted. Well, how are you supposed to know that you have a defective scope until you use it? This was my first, and last purchase through Optics Planet, I will be telling others about my horrible experience....
Would recommend: No
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Phenomenal Scope!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on April 23, 2014
Both my father and I have this scope and both of us are as happy as can be. I will be purchasing another Redfield with this reticle for all my scopes in the future!
Pros: Excellent light transmission, Precise reticle, two resettable turrets included (223 and 308), firm but smooth magnification ring
Cons: Not available in 50mm for more light transmission...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Scope for the Money

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, FL Written on February 9, 2014
I've been very happy with my Battlezone. After I zeroed the scope, I've had consistently good groupings. The reticle is very clear up to about 8 power, but it seems to get a bit fuzz at 9, 10 power. Glass is clear, 223 turret is great. The scope seems to be well made and has been holding up nicely for the past several months I've owned it.
Pros: turrets, reticle, good eye relief - most settings
Cons: a Little fuzzy at highest power...
Would recommend: Yes
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Redfield Revenge

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on November 29, 2013
Simply put, you cannot do any better for around $200, but you can do much worse. This is very comparable to the Nikon P-223 in every way: size, weight, price, clarity, features... the main difference is whether you want a ranging reticle with BDC turrets (Redfield) or a BDC reticle with target turrets (Nikon). Neither are adjustable for parallax and neither are illuminated, but you would have to sacrifice the quality of the optic overall to go with a Chinese scope with these features for the same price.
Pros: Value, Weight, Turrets, Glass
Cons: Shallow feature list for a tactical scope. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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