The optics are suprisingly sharp and clear for the price. The crosshair is thicker than a standard Mil-Dot and completely covers small target dots. I mounted it on a .243 and the eyepice ring losened up after shooting about two boxes. Rather than pay the shipping and $10 warranty fee on such a cheap scope, I just tightened it up and mounted on a .22 Hornet and it seems to stay tight. The paralax adjustment numbers seem to be off when I check it on range targets, but if you know that it is sort of OK for the price. I guess to sum it up, it's limitations are acceptable for the price, but realize Varmit-Target is code small rifles.
Pros: Cheap, Clear
Cons: Thick Crosshair, Limited to Small Rifles
This review was written in the old system and had content requirements that are different than reviews written today.