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Weaver Target T-Series 36x40 AO Fine Crosshair Riflescope
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Most Helpful Positive Review Great scope for the money!
I mounted this scope on a Winchester 52D .22lr and it performs flawlessly. ...
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Weaver T-36 FCH

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, OH Written on December 26, 2013
This is a fine scope for the price. It is clear, the adjustments are crisp and accurate, they return accurately, and the objective size allows it to be sufficiently bright in reasonable light. I use it for 22 BR competition and it shines. You can pay a bunch more money for minimal increases in performance, and if you have the cash, go ahead. But this scope will do everything you need at 100 yds. Puts me in 1st or 2nd every week. I also have a Sightron that is comparable to this scope. I use it for center-fire rifle. A little more money. The two scopes seem about the same, and the Weaver comes with screw on covers as well as the lens shade. A plus would be a side adjust parallax knob instead of objective adjust, but for the money saved, you won't complain. The Leupold at 2 1/2 to 3 times the money with side parallax adjust would be the next step up. It's only a skosh clearer. I couldn't justify the cost difference for so little advantage.
Pros: Value for Dollar, Quality Construction, Clear Glass
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Weaver Target T-Series 36x40

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on October 2, 2013
This is a great scope. I use it on my 700 308 sps with great results. At 100 yards you can put the crosshairs right on your bullet hole/s. Extra fine crosshairs are great for target shootings, a must have scope for a very great price...
Pros: Holds Zero, Clear, Easy to focus
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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T36 great value

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, FL Written on July 1, 2013
Having watched several shooters at my club using the T36 had to have one .After getting use to the very fine crosshair on the scope proved to be a very good scope. The only negative is if target is black will be unable to find the thin crosshair. Just use different targets and you have a perfect scope.
Pros: great except for
Cons: no good if shooting at total black target...
Would recommend: Yes
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Good scope for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IN Written on March 17, 2013
What you get from this scope will be more than I paid for if I receive the reabte that was offered. I say because it seems to t ake forever for them to issue it. The scope is really nice in that I am shooting bench rest with tactical .308 and I am hitting my targets with ease. I would have liked more power but I don't shoot past 500 yards. I have had the scope for less than 3 months but so far, it has performed very well for the dollar value I paid. It is truly an affordable, quality scope.
Pros: Crosshair is sharp, focus ability is smooth and easy
Cons: I can't complain about this scope because of it's cost....
Would recommend: Yes
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Weaver T-36 Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, FL Written on November 14, 2012
I have been using this scope for a few months now, and am very impressed with its quality. Good clarity, very thin cross-hairs without being too thin, AO yardage marks are dead-on for me, and 1/8" adjustments make it a breeze to zero.

I now have two of these scopes, and they both pass the box test every time. Scope is great value for the money, but just be aware it is only for benchrest target shooting.
Pros: Clarity, repeatabiity, adjustments
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great scope for the money!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on December 9, 2011
I mounted this scope on a Winchester 52D .22lr and it performs flawlessly. The glass is very clear and the focus is easily adjustable. I love the fact that you can easily set the turrets to "0" once it is sighted in for quick adjustments depending on environmental conditions (wind & distance). The included oversized benchrest adjustment knobs, a sunshade and screw-in metal lens caps are a nice bonus. I would definitely recommend this scope to anyone looking for a high power benchrest .22 scope with precise 1/8 moa adjustment capabilities.
Pros: 1/8 moa adjustment capabilities, Large Competition Turrets
Cons: Small Exit Pupil Diameter...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on November 8, 2011
Clear picture and fine crosshair are perfect for small bore BR shooting. Ordered scope on Monday and received it on Wednesday.
Pros: Price
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great scope!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, AZ Written on July 7, 2011
Use this for smallbore silhouette and it has performed great. Clear picture, trackable, and return to zero.
Pros: price
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Weaver 36x40 T-Series Rifle Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, AZ Written on July 5, 2008
Bought this scope few months ago and used it only twice. It is impossible to see crosshair on almost any background past 25 yards; this scope is intended for distance up to 1000 yards. I tried all target I could find and crosshair is not visible at any of them. This scope is not usable in my opinion; possibly 1/8 MOA dot might work, but fine crosshair is useless.
Pros: Could not determine, read review
Cons: Can not see Crosshair on almost any background...
Would recommend: No
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