FSI Sniper 6-24x50mm Scope W front AO adjustment. Red/Blue/green mil-dot reticle. Comes with extended sunshade and Heavy Duty Ring Mount
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- Multi-coated optics
- 6061 T6 Aircraft Grade Body
- Ball and Bearing Windage/Elevation adjustment for precision and superior shock resistant
- Test fired on .50 Cal 150rd
- Front AO Adjustment with Mil-dot reticle with Red,Blue and green illumination
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Product Description Objective: 50mm Magnification: 6x-24x Tube Diameter: 1" Parallax Setting: 15 to Infinity Reticle Type: Mil-Dot Field of View (ft @ 100 yds): 15.0-4.0 Eye Relief (in): 3.3 Exit Pupil (mm): 8.0-2.0 Weight (oz): 26.2 Length (in): 16 Battery: CR2032 3V W/E Click Value @ 100 yds 1/4" Overview Superior multi-coated optics sets the sniper line of scopes apart from the competition without costing you an arm and a leg. Comparable if not the same as the manufacturing process to that of the Japanese and German optics. A hint of yellowish tint can be found on most Chinese optics offered by companies such as NcStar, Aimsports, Leapers, and Barska. Sniper line of scope is crystal clear and full of useful features such as quick windage/elevation locking adjustment plate. Sniper offers not a limited lifetime warranty (as stated, you are limited to conditions in fine prints) but a 100% satisfaction guaranty on the workmanship and against any manufacturer's defect. Rule the game with your new sniper scope.
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Top Customer Reviews
Mil-Dot cross-hairs with optional green and red illumination. Flip cover covers are great. A screw on light shield was a nice added feature too.
The only trouble I am having is that the weaver mounts won't stay tight on the rifle after every three or four shots. I plan on using some loc-tite to keep it firmly in place.
The unexpected pleasure came with the focus. I have never had a scope that could focus before. I wear glasses, but don't need them when hunting because I can focus this scope to suit my needs.
Bagged my first buck this year with the first shot with this scope.
This was originally an experiment. I wanted to see how I'd like a scope on M1A and shoot a few dozen rounds downrange. I am REALLY IMPRESSED! Not just with the experience in the rifle and scope combo but just the scope is fantastic alone.
It is BIG. It is TOUGH, and is clear all the way to about 20x. It can still be easily used at 24x but gets a tad hazy. NO problem for me though, since shooting out to 600yds to me doesn't come close to requiring 24x.
The locking turrets are nice. When adjusting they are precise and have a clean and crisp click.
The dust covers aren't great but work just fine for the price. The scope mounts are "ok" but were too high for my rifle. Might be perfect for hours, or not. Either way, they are included.
The objective cap turns with the obj making it awkward to open sometimes but I only need my obj on infinity anyways.
Have fired several hundred rds now and not a single problem.
One drawback, the battery you get probably won't have a lot of juice left. Walmart has them cheaply though. I recommend (like all other scope batteries) that you remove the batt when storing the scope.
In all, a great scope. When comparing to the price, and unbelievable bargain.
So I setup a target at 25 yards and bore-sighted it using a rifle holder to get started. Popped off the first round and then tried to adjust the turrets. Whoops, forgot that there are turret locks. These work very well when you remember to use them. Also remember to re-lock them when your adjusted. One more shot for final windage alignment and I was literally punching though the same hole repeatedly. I put 20 rounds through to see if it would hold its zero or just break internally from the recoil (180 grain Rem Core-Lokt flat bottom). I will say that I was blown away. So then I moved the target to 100 yards and spent the next 20 rounds just trying to find the paper. I popped the last round into the 25yard target to to make sure nothing had come loose or broken inside the scope. Nope, dead bullseye again. I had no idea where my shots were going because my backdrop is a snow covered berm. I got pissed off and called it quits for a while since I was wasting a buck a bullet and getting nowhere.
After taking a break I came back with 165 grain Core-Lokt Boat Tails and tried again. This time I finally hit the paper on the first shot and could see I was hitting 8 inches high at 100 yards. That's a lot when I was expecting about 3 inches high. I had hit the white paper at the top of the target. I brought the elevation down using the quick visual adjustment method (moving crosshairs up to meet up with the actual hole). After that I was punching 1 MOA repeatedly. The excellent thing was that you didn't even have to walk out to your target to see where you were hitting because the 24 magnification brings you in close enough to easily see your results (I use the black targets that show orange when penetrated).
That did it for me. Excellent. So this scope actually works on my .30-06 and I've put about 100 rounds through it so far and it's still holding its zero perfectly. So far so good. Here's the funny part... now I've put the $800 Zeiss on my old $300 CZ-513 .22LR. What's even funnier is that I'm now seriously considering buying another one of these scopes to replace the Zeiss on the CZ-513 and mothballing the Zeiss. Now, all you serious scope gurus can scream at me all you want, but this scope it actually awesome, and at this price point, if it breaks in a couple of years I'll just toss it away and buy another one.
One wish - a bit more eye relief for larger caliber guns would be nice. However, there is still enough to avoid scope-kiss, but not as much room as my Zeiss.
Another bonus is the ability to set your depth-of-field by turning the Objective Lens from 15 meters to Infinity. Really helps when shooting shorter distances.
One unusual thing: They provide red, green and "blue" powered reticle. Not sure what Blue is good for, but it's there.
Green powered reticle consumes more power than Red. Something to keep in mind for battery life.
My highest recommendation. If my wife wouldn't kill me I'd buy half a dozen of these and keep them in stock for future rifles or in case they break for whatever reason.
Latest update - I just bought a second one after all.
Even later update. April 2013 - just bought two more for a total of 4. They are working flawlessly and now going to be putting one on my .338 LM. This will be a real test of durability.
Latest update May 2013 - don't use it on a 338 Lapua (or any 338 for that matter). It was below freezing and my shots shifted everything inside. On the upside, the company replaced it free of charge. I only had to pay for the shipping back. I thought Voted was the only company to provide this type of warranty, so I was pleasantly surprised when they replaced it. I only had to pay for the shipping to send it back after they provided my with an RMA number.
So that's my warning.
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