Adventure Class 4-16x40 Riflescope in Black with Dual Illuminated Reticle
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got mine at wally world for about $25 more.
Ive had several scopes over the years, this one is by far at the top of my list.
and like the 4 reviews ahead of me we all like it alot.
the mil dot system is easy to use, it comes with a pocket size instruction card
for you to refer to if youve never used a mil dot before.
Military snipers will be very familar with it though.
I put it on top of a 1st gen Model 70 '06 and once I got it dialed in
I was hitting the gongs,"off hand" at 200yds - repeatedly !
my nephew liked it so much he got one and put it on his '06.
he dropped a yodel dog at 650yds this last winter.
(he was using a laser range finder)
AND now, my brother wants one for his S&W AR15 type 223 he "just" bought.
is this scope worth it , YES, could you pay more for the same thing , YES.
Oh !! the red and green illuminated reticle is pretty cool too !
and - it comes with a spare battery for it as well.
Well, I set this scope on it, zeroed it and am really happy. I've put about fifty 14-grain pellets down range and the scope is still spot-on. I also like the red / green illuminated reticle. I wear trifocals and when I zoom in or out, I just turn the objective on the front of the scope and the target comes into sharp focus. I can turn the objective on the rear of the scope and my cross-hairs will eally stand out. Even with my glasses on, the eye relief is good, I can still look through the scope.
In short, this scope is all I hoped it would be. Now, I'm going to buy another one for my .177 Ruger Blackhawk springer. The Ruger is not anywhere near as harsh as the Tech Force, so I know this scope with do good on it, too.
When I took it out to zero I was impressed by the image quality first. When I zeroed the scope a wind came in off the Rockies and instead of using the adjustment knobs I taught my friend to use the mil-dots to compensate for the wind. He is a beginner shooter.
Now I take that thing out for an afternoon in Colorado. When teaching people to shoot the 700 I set up Gatorade bottles at 300 yards and it hits dead on. Good confidence booster.
Not top of the line and people at the range me talk smack about it but they quickly keep their mouth shut when you drive one bullet on top of another.
Three years later this POS i joked about is still on my 700 and I hope for many more years of service out of it. Great buy for a beginner or expert. It is an all in one package.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Adventure Class 4-16x40 Riflescope with Dual Illuminated Reticle is well made. It fits my rifle fine and was easy to install.Published on December 3, 2013 by GABirdMom
crosshairs do not meet in middle. top vertical line shifted about 1mm after approx. 50 shots with crossman tr77 nps. still usable but not a very good scope. ok maybe for a bb gun.Published on October 2, 2013 by Peggy
Great riflescope for the money. I would use it only on a rimfire. Optics are nice and clean and easy to see.Published on July 7, 2013 by stchman
i bought this scope which is not the one represented by picture or description. mounted scope and the iluminated reticle would'nt work the when it finally began working only the... Read morePublished on June 6, 2013 by Fred McNeeley II
I havent even mounted it yet, and already love it. a target goes from 100 yards to "in your lap". cant wait for the rain to stop. we have had days of it. Read morePublished on May 6, 2013 by old dummy
less than 15 rounds to zero it at 25 yards, then taking a 1/2 bull out every time
i'll buy another one
Item as advertised. Some difficulty in figuring out how to return to zero and there is nothing in the instructions to help. Additionally there is no way to contact the co. Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by James R. Fletcher