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Weaver Rimfire 4x28mm Rifle Scope - Black Matte, Duplex RV4 849430
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Love this scope on my Henry lever .22lr, clicks are precise, and sights in easily. Most cheaper scopes I have tried over the years, if you move the wi...
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A great scope for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on March 16, 2013
This is a great little scope for the money. Glass is nice and clear, and I like the reticle. However, as others have mentioned the click adjustments are cheap feeling. Scope holds zero very well however.
Pros: Compact package, great glass
Cons: Click adjustments feel cheap...
Would recommend: Yes
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exaclt what I needed

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on December 18, 2011
Good quality at a fair price. Thinking of another for my 39a....
Would recommend: Yes
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Weaver Rimfire 4x28mm scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, PA Written on April 5, 2011
Love this scope on my Henry lever .22lr, clicks are precise, and sights in easily. Most cheaper scopes I have tried over the years, if you move the windage knob it affects the elevation setting, and vice-versa, and this one doesn't do that. Mine took 2 adjustments, and did a group of 3 in the x ring at 25yds.all touching one another, or cutting holes. Very comparable to the much higher priced Leupold rimfire scope, and used the money saved for ammo instead. Parallax free at 50 yds. as advertised with a very clear sight picture at all ranges for a .22lr. I only wish they offered it in a gloss finish as well as the matte, it would of looked awesome on my Henry H001, other than that no regrets, and is highly recommended. I took off a Nikon Pro Staff variable for this scope, and it is much better IMO for my intended purpose of hunting, and works well for my competition shooting also. I'm really starting to believe that a fixed power scope is the way to go for most types of shooting.
Pros: Quality made,clear sight picture, easy sight in,precise adjustments
Cons: needs to be offered in high gloss as well as matte finish...
Would recommend: Yes
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Weaver Classic 4x28 Rimfire Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on October 6, 2010
Bought for a Browning BL-22, great physical match, preserves the lines of those smaller rimfires. On unpacking, disappointed to find traces of oil on tube, luckily not on lenses! Not up to the usual Japanese production standards... Click adjustments seem very cheap, similar to some $40 scopes, though the adjustments are accurate and repeatable. Optics are brighter than my Leupold VX1 2-7x33 (set on 4x), with a similar trace of edge chromatic aberration, a pleasing result, especially for a 28mm. Overall, recommended for those seeking good optics in a small scope, and nearly half the price of the equivalent Leupold.
Pros: Bright, light, good physical match for a .22
Cons: Windage/elevation adjusters belong on much cheaper scope...
Would recommend: Yes
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Weaver 4x Rimfire scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MD Written on May 16, 2010
After owning 5 or 6 Leupold rifle scopes over the years, I thought I'd try a Weaver. To my surprise, this scope is made in Japan (a good sign!) and nearly every bit as bright as the 4x Leupold rimfire I once owned. Another nice feature about this solid scope is that the windage and elevations settings are click-adjustable, something Leupold does not offer in their lessor scopes. Don't hesitate to buy a Weaver, lots of bang for your buck here.
Pros: Great optics value for your money
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Excellent Scope!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on March 21, 2010
I mounted one of these fantastic scopes on my Henry H001T Frontier 22lr. It is the perfect scope for a 22lr in my opinion! I can hit empty shotgun shells
out to 75+ yards regularly. Super clear glass is on par with the Leupold 4X28mm
rimfire for $80+ less in my opinion. You can't go wrong with this scope. Totally worth the extra money! Don't waste your time buying bargain cheap scopes for your 22. Once you use this scope you will either give away your cheap rimfire scopes or throw them in the trash. No kidding, there really is that much difference!
Pros: Super Clear Glass! Escellent value for the money!
Cons: None!...
Would recommend: Yes
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