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This is a nice little scope for the money with a lot of features.No problem holding tight groups at 100 yards. It is more than worth the money I paid ...
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Not bad for the price point

by Denvershooter, from United States, CO Written on October 13, 2014
If you're looking for a low cost optic that survives light to moderate use, this isn't a bad option. Weight is an issue with this beast, also the image shown isn't correct for the optic. I've not had it long, but I have it set up on a Marlin 336 as far forward as the moderate eye relief allows, still not exactly a good "scout forward" optic, but it fit the bill for a low budget truck gun build AKA The Hill Billy Black Rifle Assault Lever Gun. Less than 10 rounds to zero, no drift at the moment, but it's only been out for 2 range trips. A mountain heavy shooting day trip should give me a better idea of cold weather performance and how well it holds its zero after being stored for about 30 days without use.

A side note, replace the battery that comes with it. Mine died about 20 minutes into the zero'ing range trip. No worries, I carry plenty of spare batteries. I'll be curious to see how long the battery last both with a longer days use and after storage.

Over all, not a bad entry level optic, especially if you're looking to test the design on a rifle without dropping $700-1200. Eventually I'll replace this with a Leupold VX-R 3-9 firedot but for now, this will do....
Pros:
  • price, was on sale
  • Core Features
  • reticle options
  • target turrets
Cons:
  • Heavy
  • Lower end optic, don't expect this to survive the end of the world
  • short battery life
  • Did I mention heavy?
Best Used for:
  • Light to moderate range use
  • Maybe good for hunting if the scope isn't roughed up too much
Would recommend: Yes
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Pleasantly Surprised!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on November 4, 2013
Let me start by saying I'm not a person who normally buys low cost optics. I have several high end scopes binoculars and a spotting scope. That said I wanted to put together an accurate budget hunting rifle. I started with a Savage model 11 Hog Hunter in 308. I added a Bell & Carlson stock, EGW base and UTG QD rings. After some research I then bought the Sightmark Triple Duty 2.5-10X32 scope with the circle dot duplex reticle. The scope is nicely finished and looks very nice. The eye relief is good and the glass is clear and bright. The turrets adjust with a nice click and tactile feel. The reticle is great for a hunting scope. I bore sighted it the old fashioned way of looking down the barrel which put me in the black on the first shot. Three more and right in the X ring at 100 yards. I put some rounds through it and shot for group size. Hand loaded 150 grain Sierra Game Kings printed 0.78 and Nosler 168 grain match bullets were 0.55. I only have $1000 in the whole package so needless to say I very happy with the results. I highly recommend the scope for anyone on a budget. If you are looking for something for target work you might want one of the other reticles because the center dot is too large for really fine work. In conclusion this is not a Mark 6, Valdada or Night Force but the quality is much better than the price would indicate. It should work fine for anything short of long range competition shooting.
Pros: Many
Cons: Few...
Would recommend: Yes
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Sightmark Triple Duty 2.5-10x32

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, AZ Written on July 24, 2013
I put this scope on a Ruger, se 5.56. With a Burris Ar pepr mount, Perfect it.
Sexyist thing I have ever seen. You won't be disappointed.
Pros: Everything
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Bargin

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CA Written on February 10, 2013
This is a nice little scope for the money with a lot of features.No problem holding tight groups at 100 yards. It is more than worth the money I paid for it and I would buy another one without hesitation. The only problem I have had so far is when adjusting windage the entire ring came loose and turned instead of just the knob. This was due to the tightness of the knobs. Nothing broke just needs a little thread locker on the ring. If it was not for that I would have given it all fives.
Pros: A lot of scope for the money
Cons: You get what you pay for but if you can accept that your doing good here....
Would recommend: Yes
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Excellent Scope and Great Price

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on December 14, 2012
I purchased this scope for my new Tactical Solutions X-Ring Rifle. The sightmark brand was referred to me by a friend. The clarity and brightness of the scope is great and the adjustable brightness of the reticle is a great feature. The scope was very easy to mount and zero in. My next scope will be a Sightmark for my Browning X-bolt 270WSM. You will not be disappointed with the Sightmark brand. I just ordered the the Zombie reflex sight SM13005Z. Had to order from Cabela's, Optics Planet does not carry it (yet).
Pros: Excellent brightness and very clear, easy to mount and zero in, adjustable reticle brightness is a great plus and you cannot beat the price.
Cons: None at all!!...
Would recommend: Yes
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