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Sightmark 10-40x56mm Triple Duty Tactical Rifle Scope
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IMO - Very nice scope regardless of the price; but what a deal. The optics, light gathering and clarity are almost as good as scopes costing 2-3 time...
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Budget target scope

by Kemp, from United States, TX Written on September 25, 2014
was going to purchase a brand I've used in the past for another $250, but decided to give this one a chance, Very heavy optics, long eye relief, good glass, seems to be well made and very satisfied....
Would recommend: Yes
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Sightmark Scope 10-40x56

by Mack, from United States, DE Written on September 1, 2014
Outstanding set of optics. This hardware is mounted on an Savage 110 BA in .338 Lapua Magnum. Initially sighted in at 100 yards and have scored hits in excess of 1000 meters. Handles recoil well and holds at zero like a champ. I would rate this up there with the Millet, Vortex and NightForce optics; at a fraction of the cost. A+ Sightmark!!!...
Pros:
  • durable
  • Excellent Magnification
  • Clarity at extreme distances
Cons:
  • None
Would recommend: Yes
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Sightmark 10-40X56mm

by MGKMN, from United States, MN Written on September 1, 2014
Great scope for the price! Clear picture thru out the range, at 40 power just a tad fussy on the edges. Nice turrets, they adjust easy and repeat settings, so far. I only have 40 rounds thru the rifle now but works as I expected it would....
Pros:
  • Excellent value
Cons:
  • None
Would recommend: Yes
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Solid Economy Optic

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, TX Written on March 11, 2014
I have owned one of these for about a year now. I was very surprised with the quality of the glass as well as the accuracy and ability of the optic to hold zero.

Zero'd at 100 yds it holds true, I increased elevation by 12 MOA, it tracks directly vertical and distance between groupings assuming 1.047 inches per MOA comes out to 97.73 yards. Although I had no way to confirm this distance accurately at the range it will definitely suffice for most purposes and will probably track close enough for extended range shooters.

Additionally, clicks back restored zero as well as ability to hold between magnifications.

2 things I would change.

1. The locking knob on the turret on my scope was not level, it must have been dinged because it slants and it couldn't be leveled there.

2. The illuminated Mildot dot is not particularly useful for dusk shooting in that its hard to do range estimation in a mildot if you cant see the other dots! If you plan on doing that type of shooting, get the fully illuminated reticle.

Lastly, If you do plan to shoot ER, plan on a 20 MOA mountas it has only 60 moa adjust and probably a good bit of money in high-extra high rings.

Pros: Loaded With Features, Holds Zero
Cons: Cosmetic Flaw, Illuminated Mil Dot Dot not useful...
Would recommend: Yes
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Chose Sightmark Triple Duty over Osprey

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on October 27, 2013
I chose the Sightmark Triple Duty 10-40x56mm over the Osprey with compatible optics specs, mainly because the Osprey was sold out everywhere. I do not regret purchasing this scope and is mounted on a Bushmaster BA50, 10 round bolt action 50 caliber rifle. The Sightmark Triple Duty will not dissapoint you and be reliable, consistent and never letting you down. Safe shooting y'all.
Pros: Excellent quality
Cons: Wish the magification was 50xs...
Would recommend: Yes
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very good scope for the price

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, GA Written on July 26, 2013
i have this on my Colt AR-15 Match. This scope is clearer and has more features than most of my friends much more expensive scopes. As SightMark grows in popularity I expect the price to go up. So get them while they are low. With the optional sunshade on it, the coolness factor of this scope is right in there with the NightForce at much lower $$
Pros: very clear. Easy to see reticle in all light conditions...
Would recommend: Yes
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Well Worth The Money

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on January 20, 2013
IMO - Very nice scope regardless of the price; but what a deal. The optics, light gathering and clarity are almost as good as scopes costing 2-3 times this amount. Almost as good as = Hands down well worth the money compared to other scopes in this magnification range.

The only concern I have is with the scopes' durability. Time will tell on this, I don't expect to encounter any issues but...

If you are into medium long or long range target / precision shooting and are just getting started. I suggest you give this scope a hard look against similar ones and then buy it, you won't be sorry.

Pros: Value, Optical Quality, Features, Zoom Range
Cons: None at the moment....
Would recommend: Yes
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Nice Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on December 16, 2010
Very nice scope for a good price... magnification is great and clear at 40x... rings are not the best quality and will not accomodate the 56mm objective if you are mounting on a flat top ar15 - needed risers to put on my DPMS 308 SASS... otherwise, it sights in easily and holds zero - so far
Pros: quality construction, clear optics, inexpensive
Cons: 56mm objective needs higher rings than supplied for flattop ar15...
Would recommend: Yes
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SeaSniper

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on November 14, 2010
I currently have it on Bushmaster Varmiteer, and I am going purchasing 2 more for my 7 mag and my 243. It is the quality of a $1000 scope for 1/4 of the price
Pros: Price and clarity
Cons: Long...
Would recommend: Yes
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Sightmark 10-40x56 - A good value?

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on November 9, 2010
While performance is not to be compared to top end $2000 scopes, the Sightmark provides for a reasonable clear field of view under 24 power, and somewhat limited clear view at highest magnifications. The shooter will appreciate the tightness of adjustments. A drawback will be the elevation and windage knobs, which are not marked equally from zero for both directions, and can not be reset to a hardstop or secondary stop position for quick re-zero. This makes tracking of adjustments greater than 7.5 MOA less intuitive. Even with these shortcomings, a good quality sight picture with large caliber capability at a reasonable price does provide enough benefit to make this scope a good buy.
Pros: Price, reasonable clarity, solid magnification and focus threading
Cons: Glass quality, windage markings not centered, elevation lacks stops...
Would recommend: Yes
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