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This is a 20x scope, NOT a 32x.
on April 7, 2017
I bought this as well as the CVlife 6-24x50 along with the Mueller 8-32x44 and this scope does not go to 32x. The Mueller has a smaller field of vision and crazy bad parallax but it definitely goes to 32x. To be redundant and drive the point home, The "[UPDATE] Feyachi Tactical 8-32x50 AOEG Rifle Scope" does not go to 32x, closer to 22x (not a typo, yes 22x). After rigorous testing next to these 3 scopes, I zeroed them all in so the target was the same size in each. The CVlife and Mueller were roughly the same in terms of zoom settings between 8 and 24. The Mueller has a significantly smaller field of view to take into consideration. The Feyachi was totally different, more zoomed out, but the same field of view as the CVlife.
And what's with the "[UPDATE]"? I didn't hear of any version prior to this, and if there was there is no mention of it on the Amazon page. Is the update the typo 32x instead of 22x.
When I zoomed all the way out on both CVlife and Feyachi, the CVlife 6x was definitely more zoomed IN than the Feyachi 8x. I turned the Feyachi up until it was about 9x, then it looked like the CVlife 6x.
The reticle is the same style but larger than the CVlife 6-24x50. Not complaining, just mentioning. It's as tho they want you to think things are getting much closer to you.
Overall the length of the scope is about 1/2 an inch (13mm) shorter than the CVlife 6-24x50, which is odd to me considering it's "supposed" to be a higher zoom scope.
I doubt I got a super CVlife scope for these comparisons. All I know is the Feyachi is not a 32x scope.
it has clear sights
clean rangefinder reticle
a wide range of MOA adjustments
Not 8x-32x, more like 5x-22x
Parallax control has too few setting markers
Sorry for the rant, but did I mention this scope is not 32x?