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Redfield Revolution 2-7x33mm Rifle Scope - Matte Finish, 4-Plex / Accu-Range Reticle
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First and Last scope I will need for this gun

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on October 5, 2013
This scope is awesome, I took it out of the box and mounted it to my Marlin 30-30.shooting 150gr Hornady American Whitetail rounds, With no bore sighting at 25yrds I was "on paper" I fired 2 shots and had a nice tight group at the bottom of the target.While looking through the scope I moved the elevation knob down until the cross hairs lined up with the point of impact of my second shot. Then re-aimed at the center bulls eye and hit right in the center ring. I fired 3 more rounds making a nice 1/2in group in the bullseye. I repeated this at 50 and 100 yards. This scope met all my expectations and was really easy to sight in.
Pros: High quality/ made in USA/backed by Leupold
Cons: No lens covers...
Would recommend: Yes
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an O.K. scope

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on August 30, 2013
compared this side by side against nikon prostaff. prostaff has better definition and is better in low-light.
prostaff is also more ruggedly built...and it was less expensive. in this price class I'll be sticking with the prostaff in the future.
Pros: fit and finish, made in USA
Cons: could be brighter, not rugged enough...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great value

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NV Written on August 17, 2013
Very pleased with my purchase and I am always impressed by OpticsPlanet's service.
Pros: Great value and features for the money
Cons: No lens caps...
Would recommend: Yes
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Happy, but Not

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on June 16, 2013
So, finally got ANOTHER Redfield! I love them. Havent had a single problem UNTILL this one. I think this one slipped through the cracks. I dont know how its gona hold up to a .460 S&W on an Encore Frame but time will tell. But my problem is that the scope crosshairs were not perpendicular to themselves. The Vertical Axis was perfect, but the horizontal axis tipped high on the right side and low on the left side.... So I am going to be calling Redfeild come Monday and get an experience in their Customer Service. I really hope they have good customer service, my other 6 scopes by them are absolutely perfect. I have a few 3x9's and a 4x12.....
Pros: Clear, Compact, Easily Zero'd
Cons: Crosshairs that are not perpendicular..... ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Big Daddy

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on June 10, 2013
I have purchased (3) Redfield Scopes within the past couple of months. This scope is no different than the other two. The quality is superb, and the eye relief is great. This scope is mounted on a Wolf CVA Black Powder Rifle. A 2x field of view for brush and a 4-7X for shots up to 150 yards. This scope can also benefit an AR 15 or 30-06. If are in need of a scope Redfield is the way to go.
Pros: Exceptional Quality, Clear Optics, Non Glare on Matte, Excellent Eye Relief, Value
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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accu-range recicle

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on April 29, 2013
If I had too do over I would not get the accu-range recticle, for the 33mm, have one on a 40mm works great, I have only target shot with it, but the cross hairs block too much of the target at 100 yards, but other than that, cant wait too try it out at dusk or dawn, that maybe when it will shine
Pros: windage and elevation dials
Cons: accurange reticle for 33mm...
Would recommend: Yes
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great glass

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on April 23, 2013
This is a great piece of glass. After using this, I can't justify dropping the loot on a Zeiss or Leupold. I know they are both made by Leupold and I honestly can't tell a difference in the quality between this and a similar Leupold.
Pros: Economic price, high priced performance
Cons: NA...
Would recommend: Yes
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Scope Exceeds Expectations

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on April 22, 2013
this scope exceeded my expectations. seems really well built. glass is very clear. nice and easy windage & elevation adjustments.
Pros: clear glass, easy click moa adjustments
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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good value

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on March 4, 2013
Mounted on DPMS 22LR upper. Sighted it in and keeps 1" groups at 50 yards. Good light and clear.
Pros: quality and value
Cons: wish it had turrets for adjustments...
Would recommend: Yes
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solid scope

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on February 21, 2013
I wanted a smaller scope/lighter scope than the typical 3x9x40 for hunting in the thick woods of New England. I had used the Vortex Diamondback 3x9x40 for the past several years and thought it was a good scope. It was clear and the eye relief was advertised as about 3.5 inches, but I was always having to reposition myself closer to the scope to get a good view... even when I had it set as far back as I could on the base and rings. With the same base and rings, the Redfield Revolution solved that problem. As soon as I shoulder the rifle, the scope is in perfect position. I typically leave the setting at 2 magnification and can easily keep both eyes open and still have some peripheral vision outside the view of the scope. At 3 magnification with the Vortex, only what was seen through the scope was visible... no peripheral vision. With the Redfield, the glass is clear and I like the accu-range reticle a little more than I thought I would. We'll see how it holds up and handles cold and foggy situations. The Vortex performed well in that area. I've also only shot about 30 rounds of 308 through it so far which is not enough to gauge how well it holds its zero. racy
Pros: long eye relief, clear optics, light
Cons: windage and elevation knobs are a little cheap feeling...
Would recommend: Yes
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