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Weaver Classic K-4 4x38mm Dual-X Rifle Scope
$149.99
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Most Helpful Positive Review I won the lottery
I bought this for my beater/guest gun. I like it more than the Leupold on m...
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Most Helpful Negative Review Dissapointed
This scope has the same problem I had with a Leupold VX1 and a Redfield. In...
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Excellent Value

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MI Written on November 29, 2013
The k scopes give me the eye relief I need in prone position shooting. Mine is on a bolt action 300 mag. Simpler is better, IMO.
Pros: Simplicity, optical system performs, eye relief
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Dissapointed

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, FL Written on August 25, 2013
This scope has the same problem I had with a Leupold VX1 and a Redfield. In some lighting conditions, light intrusion makes the reticle appear copper colored instead of black. I have a Chinese made Weaver and it is not like that.
Pros: Good Japanese Glass
Cons: Reticle too fine for low light in brush...
Would recommend: Yes
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weaver k4

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on July 27, 2013
Best value in a scope I've ever seen. Good, sturdy, holds zero (shot 1/8" group .223 cz at 100yds), can see .22 size holes in target at 50yds.
Pros: Great at night, holds zero, great definition/clarity
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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weaver k4

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on July 10, 2013
Took my cz 527 in .223 to the range yesterday. K4 with warne rings. Adjustments are precise, scope very clear. Can easily see .22 holes at 50yds. Love this scope and I will buy another for a CZ '06 that's coming in. Scope clarity allowed me to shoot a 1/8" group at 50yds with 2 in same hole.
Pros: one piece tube, relatively light, holds zero very well
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Quality scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on June 5, 2013
I just mounted this scope on my 20 year old stainless 10-22. I wanted to replace the old Bushnell 3 x 9 with a quality fixed 4 power scope. Today I shot a group at 65 yards I can cover with a dime! This is a great scope!
Pros: simple and easy to mount
Cons: Doesn't yet come in silver...
Would recommend: Yes
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Weaver scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MO Written on May 3, 2013
I mounted this scope on a Henry Repeating Arms 22lr lever action. I needed a scope that was affordable and simple for plinking and small game, this scope is perfect.
Pros: Simple, clear scope.
Cons: No lense caps...
Would recommend: Yes
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Nice, crisp image

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on September 25, 2012
Mounted great on my Weatherby Vanguard 30-06 using a Game Reaper long throw, low mount. The bolt clears the scope fine. Chose this scope based on sacrificing variable power for better optics for the money. Will be used in the piney forests of Texas where 4x should be a good magnification for short to midrange shots. The image appears nice and bright. Overall, I think this is a quality product, the fit and finish are very nice. We'll see what the whitetails think of it in November...
Pros: clear, crisp image, good reticle...
Would recommend: Yes
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I won the lottery

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on April 12, 2011
I bought this for my beater/guest gun. I like it more than the Leupold on my nice gun. I quickly noticed one thing about the Weaver: When you look through the scope, you see a thick black ring around the edge. This is exactly the same as what you see looking through a Nightforce. I did some research and found out Nightforce glass (and other internal parts) are made by the same Japanese factory that makes nicer Weavers, Light Optical Works. So, this appears to me to be the same glass as a Nightforce. I will be buying the Weaver Super Slam soon, and maybe more later. Two other great things about this scope: (1) The low-light capability is pretty amazing. You can see better at night through this scope than you can with the naked eye. If you have a half moon or better, you can easily use this scope at night. (2) The black ring allows you to avoid parallax. I put this on a bypod looking at tree branches 350 yards away. If you move your head around, the black ring gets thrown out of whack before the crosshairs move on the target. So, as long as your black ring is even all the way around, your crosshairs are centered -- and it is easy to keep the black ring even. Awesome!
Pros: $1,500-scope glass for $130
Cons: Weaver does not offer custom-bullet-drop dials, illuminated reticles and so on....
Would recommend: Yes
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Weaver 4X Classic

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on November 26, 2010
I liked the first one I bought, so I bought a second one. This scope replaced a (still excellent) Leupold M8-4X (assigned new tasks) on a Tikka T-3 Stainless.
Pros: Good quality in a fixed power scope at a reasonable price.
Cons: Matte finish only...
Would recommend: Yes
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Weaver K-4 4x38 (849415)

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on October 29, 2010
Great value in a rifle scope
Pros: Clear, bright, excellent adjustment
Cons: Matte finish only...
Would recommend: Yes
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