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Tasco Pronghorn 3-9x32 Riflescope 30/30 Matte PH39X32D Tasco 3-9x32mm Rifle scope
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Most Helpful Positive Review Pronghorn and Ruger 10/22
Better that exoected for the price. I believe an excellent choice for my R...
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Most Helpful Negative Review Scope I have has issues related to manufacturing
This would be a great scope for the price but the inside of the tube is not...
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Great value

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on December 22, 2013
Those who knocked this scope just need to dig deeper in their wallets and buy a high dollar, high quality scope. If you can't afford one then don't gripe about this low dollar scope. I find it to be just right for my Henry Golden Boy 22 mag. I am pleased with all aspects of the scope.
Pros: Sleek, good finish, clear
Cons: Not any as far as I am concerned...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Value For The Money

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on November 9, 2012
Yes, its blurry at times; especially at ranges less than 20 yards, but its a great value even so. I have my Tasco Pronghorn 3-9x32 scope mounted on an older "plain Jane" Ruger 10/22 Carbine and I can put 5 out of six rounds into a 1" round Shoot-N-C Target patch at 50 yards! The same day (11-07-12), I fired 3 rounds into a 2" group at 100 yards. I think thats pretty darn good for an unmodified, off-the-shelf rifle and a 30-dollar, off-the-shelf scope! That speaks quite well of both products.

Though this scope did pretty well mounted on an Enfield No4 Mk3, chambered in 303 British, I dont recommend this scope for rifles that have substantial recoil (i.e. 30-06 or 300 magnum). However, for .22 Long Rifle weapons, this scope is great and holds zero well.

Pros: Great Price, Looks, and Function
Cons: See Review...
Would recommend: Yes
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Scope I have has issues related to manufacturing

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on July 29, 2012
This would be a great scope for the price but the inside of the tube is not painted with a non reflective paint [cost cutting?].. The light reflecting from inside the tube is saturating the edges of the lenses causing the scope to appear blurry.. Looks like they used the same paint as on the outside, I looked through the objective lens and can see that the surface is satin and not flat.. Trashed the packaging so I can't take it back to the store like my son did his and sending it to Tasco with a $10 check seems stupid.. Maybe I can find a camera shop that will flock the inside for a few bucks if the factory rep will not make it right [come on Tasco make it right].. Was told the front half of it is the most critical part for this problem when it comes to the surface of the tube.. It really is a shame because they have been making optics for a long time and this could be a fantastic scope at its selling price.. Hope this was just a bad run and not typical of what they make..
Pros: Good lenses and strong tube
Cons: Internal light reflection problems...
Would recommend: No
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Tasco Pronghorn 3-9x32

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, VA Written on February 25, 2012
Good value. Use on my flat top AR15. Image is very clear up to 7x. Does not have very good clarity at low light. This is a good scope at a great value.

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Would recommend: Yes
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Don't buy this scope (Tasco 3-9X32)

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on June 27, 2011
I have a Crosman scope of the same specs (3-9 X 32) (which came with mounts) and it's far superior. Objective lens has distance markings like a camera lens, this Tasco scope you screw/unscrew the eyepiece many many times to focus. Above 4X power the image has a tighter and tighter zone where your eye has to be and even then I could never focus crystal clear. I am very disappointed for a scope sold by the Tasco people who have been making hobbyist telescopes since I was a kid.
Pros: $30+Rings+Shipping = under $50
Cons: Unscrew eyepiece 50 times to focus/bad focus above 4 X....
Would recommend: No
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Great scope for the price!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on November 14, 2010
A good scope for practicing at the shooting range....
Would recommend: Yes
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|Goog for a while.

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on November 9, 2010
I bought my Pronghorn scope at Bass Pro Shops when I bought my Knight muzzleloader. It was good for a few years. Now it is clear at 3X setting but above 4X it gets blurry. I have tried adjusting it but it did not help.
Pros: Cheap
Cons: Blurry at high power...
Would recommend: No
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paro13

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on October 8, 2010
Too powerful for my remington ..177 but perfect for the .22...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great scope for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on September 12, 2010
Great value for money. I have used far more expensive scopes on my 22's and quite frankly, price versus quality, these scopes are hard to beat. The vari power is also a great feature when shooting rabbits from 15 to 100 yards
Pros: Price
Cons: None so far...
Would recommend: Yes
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D.Herrera So Cal

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on August 16, 2010
I put a Tasco Pronghorn 3-9x32mm 30/30 Matte Riflescope on my Marlin60 22lr and am very satisfied. First time out at 50 yards with only a few adjustments. I had it sighted in at 81 yards at a bulls eye 1 inch round. Will try for 100 yards next time I go out to the range.
Pros: An excellent, all-around scope
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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