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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on October 29, 2012
Bought this scope to go on my 12 Gauge slug shotgun. It has been through rain/sleet/snow and like the postman (of old) it has always performed. Not going to win any beauty pageants (those are for wimps anyway), but it will hold a zero for you in tough weather!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on January 26, 2012
I purchased this for my 20 gauge slug-shotgun.

The scope I purchased had the Circle-X reticle. Using the standard 10" circular targets, the circle in the reticle encompases the target nicely inside at 100 yards. Since I'm shooting slugs out of this, I don't expect tight groupings. My expectations is more like 5-8" inch groupings. Perfect for the kill-zone area of a deer and this scope does what its suppose to do and still takes the recoil without flinching.

After 100 rounds, and possibly shoulder surgery, I will write another review to see how it holds up...but that might take some years.

I would NOT (Update Nov. 1st, 2012) recommend this scope for a 20 gauge slug-shotgun.

UPDATE (Nov. 1st, 2012) - after shooting enough slugs (around 40+) to blow my shoulder off this scope no longer holds zero. Gonna send it back to Bushnell for repairs. Not sure if I will put it back on my 20 gauge slug gun. Maybe put it on something with much less recoil. Still like the Circle-X reticle though and the glass and f.o.v. is 'ok' for the price.

John
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on July 27, 2010
It say's 6" eye relief,but it is more like 10",great for a big bore short range gun like my .444,and groups tight even at 100 yards 3"-5".
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on September 4, 2012
This scope does exactly what the discription says! I have more than 6" of eye relief. I have this scope on a 3.5" rifled slug gun and grouping 3" at 100 yards the first day out on the range. I dont see any reason why it wouldent be grouping the same at 150 yards the next time out.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 2, 2013
I put this scope on my mossberg 500. It works great and is great for the price. At 200 yrds I could see a deer clear enough to shot it while it was perrty well dark out. It has great quality and has held zero for the three years that I have been using it for. I am thinking about buying another for my son.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on March 30, 2014
I rated this scope high because it fits my needs perfectly. I mounted it on a Marlin SS Guide Gun (45-70) with see thru mounts. It was not affected by the recoil. Worked perfectly this recent deer season and particularly well in low light. Have some wonderful smoked venison sausage in the freezer!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on July 29, 2013
I mounted this on a Marlin .35 cal. lever action. After bore sighting I took it to the range, fine tuned it with 5 rounds and shot the rest of the box at 75 yards. It held around a 2 to a 2 1/2 inch group. I've hunted with a Ruger .243cal #1 light sporter. It's a single shot rifle and I've used it for woodchuck, deer and black bear. By far my favorite rifle but the area I hunt in has some wild dogs roaming around. I'm thinking that I may need a little more firepower and the Marlin fits the bill. Unlike the Ruger, this gun is made for a closer shot so the need for a lower power scope was filled by this scope. It is clear, sharp and because of the low magnification it has rather exceptional light gathering capabilities with very little dimming experienced with higher magnification scopes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on September 15, 2013
I bought this "shotgun" style scope to go on a Henry 30-30. It mounted well and seems to have just the features that I need. I like the circle X Reticle. We will see how it holds up.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 2, 2013
Great eye relief fits grest on my shotgun ready to sight in.no problems as of yet seems to work great. This is my second bushnell banner scope.
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on August 9, 2015
I purchased it for my Savage 93R17 TR. I know a .17 HMR is way underpowered for this scope. I have short arms and didn't want to cut or modify the beautiful stock that came with my rifle. Also, I've placed approximately 1,500 rounds thru my Savage (hunting and target) and 99% of the shots were under 150 yds so no need for high magnification or ballistics compensators. However, what I did need was 5" eye relief for comfortable shots, great light transparency, clear glass, compact, and very simple. I've owned this scope for approximately 2 years and am completely satisfied. Also, good luck finding a similar scope with the same specs and price. Everything else I found were pistol scopes by Leupold or Nikon Shotgun Scopes.

Only complaint is the circle reticle is too thick and sometimes obstructs shot placement with smaller calibers.
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