Monstrum Tactical S330P Ultra-Compact 3x Prism Scope
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- Compact yet heavy duty prism sight with 3x magnification and 30mm objective lens, Ideal for rapid mid range target acquisition out to 500 yards
- Features a glass prism optical system rather a refracting lens system like traditional scopes, allowing for better optical quality in a much smaller package
- Crystal clear optics with a black reticle with illumination in red or green in multiple brightness levels
- Unlike red dots, the reticle is visible with or without illumination, for a clean sight picture regardless of lighting or environment
- Only 15 ounces in weight and 5 inches in length
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The Monstrum Tactical S330P is a compact, yet heavy duty prism scope with a fixed 3x magnification and a 30mm objective lens, ideal for rapid mid range target acquisition out to 500 yards. The scope uses a glass prism optical system rather than a refracting lens system like traditional scopes, allowing for better optical quality in a much smaller package. With crystal clear optics, an adjustable focus lens, and a comfortable eye relief of 3+ inches, it is comparable to sights several times the price.
The glass reticle can be illuminated in red or green, in multiple brightness levels for a clean sight picture regardless of lighting or environment. And, unlike red dot sights, the reticle is visible with or without illumination, usable with or without battery power.
The S330P is 15 ounces in weight, 5 inches in length, 2.8 inches in height, and 2 inches in width. The illuminated reticle runs off one 3V CR2032 battery, included with purchase.
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Top Customer Reviews
Now the ultimate test, rabbit hunting. I was able to get on target with amazing speed and made some crazy shots at rabbits running at full speed across my field of view at 25 to 40 yards and hit then with a kill shot. Would recommend!!!
Out of the box, it shot 3" right at 50 yds, so a few clicks on the windage knob and she was dead center with each shot after. 6 rounds to zero it...not bad at all.
I do HIGHLY recommend you tighten/loctite the hex screws on the bottom before mounting it like numerous reviewers before have stated.
The eye relief is right at 4" optimal, but +\- 1" you can still see the reticle with just a bit of fisheye around the edges.
The reticle rocks, and I love that you can shoot in daylight without having to power it up. Just dial it in (focus) and you're ready to put holes in paper or whatever.
I added flip up lense caps from a UTG red dot to protect the glass, and a UTG QD mount as well. Overall I'm very satisfied with my purchase, and I'll amend this review should anything change on future range outings.
What the description fails to explain is the reticle itself. The horizontal line of the reticle is 24 MOA @ 100yds meaning if you have a 24" wide target at 100 yards then the tip to tip of the horizontal line will fit exactly over it. Hopefully I explained that well. My bullet drop was easy to find using the vertical line of the reticle. 100-200 yds was basically the center point, 300 yds was about middle and 400 was the lower tip of the vertical reticle. After that its guess work.
The colored reticle on either red or green Max is faint in the sunlight but great for evening shooting. And the colors don't have a hue halo over powering the reticle shape so the reticle stays sharp looking.
Only thing that seemed odd was the elevation and windage adjustments, they say turn it one way for up but in fact its opposite. But perhaps that's me.
*no experience with "is it battle ready" or "can it survive a sudden drop from X high" basically its a $100 scope that does what's expected of it, so either buy it and enjoy or buy it and throw it in the dirt.... best part is it its cheap to buy and works.
My only complaint is that the windage and elevation adjustments are backwards...once I figured that out the sighting in was easy. I wish that it had adjustable magnification but can't complain about a 3x scope under $100!
Rugged build and great value for the money!
Ok, so update since last week. I've put another 200 rounds through the upper with this optic and I've removed and reinstalled it. Someone mentioned the the adjustment screws being backwards, they are! So for elevation and windage, the arrows are backwards. Still got it zeroed but the arrows are backwards, be aware.