Simmons Truplex .22 Mag Riflescope
- Quality optics with stunning HD clarity
- 100 percent quality materials used and tested extensively
- Beautiful design and durability built to last
- High-quality optical glass and fully-coated optics deliver bright, sharp images
- HydroShield lens coating helps maintain a clear sight picture, regardless of weather conditions
- Simmons' SureGrip rubber surfaces for easy adusting in any shooting conditions
- escription: 3 - 9 x 32 A/O
- Field of View (ft. @ 100 yds): 31.4/10.5
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A RIMFIRE RIFLESCOPE THAT DELIVERS BIG-GAME PERFORMANCE.
How do you improve America’s most popular rimfire scope? By adding some of the innovative features that distinguish Simmons® from all the rest. Like our QTA™ (Quick Target Acquisition) eyepiece with plenty of eye relief to make acquiring targets a snap. And our SureGrip™ adjustments for easy adjustment, even while wearing gloves. Add our fully coated optics and complete set of mounting rings, and you’ve got one of the finest, most reliable rimfire riflescopes available anywhere – at any price. For big-game optics in a rimfire riflescope Simmons .22 MAG is in a class all its own.
Established in 1983, Simmons Optics offers a wide range of innovative, value-priced riflescopes and binoculars for hunting and other outdoor pursuits.
All Simmons .22 MAG riflescopes feature our Truplex Reticle.
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My biggest concern with this scope was one thing, can it maintain a reasonable zero on a ranch gun? By ranch gun, I mean a gun that isn't coddled and placed in fine silken cases and gun socks on its once a year trip to the range. These are guns that get scratched, bumped, manhandled, and often end up in tractor buckets and other places that would make safe-queens faint with despair. Thus far, I am extremely happy to report that this scope has been as hardy as the rifle it is mounted on in the face of these challenges. The glint of the sun off the glass and cold silver finish of this scope has been the last thing over three dozen critters have seen (or haven't seen) to date.
Is this a target scope for ultra-range performance on the highest caliber precision rifles? Absolutely not. Is its glass clearer than the conscience of a newborn babe? Heck no. Is the eye relief as forgiving as our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ? Think again. But dang if this scope has not stood up to some abuse and helped me keep my ranch taken care of with alacrity and fortitude.
I would say buy this with confidence. The value is here and I would be confident to put this on any other rimfire caliber or airgun.
Good luck and I hope this dorky review has helped you out! :-)
Update 200 rounds has held zero, hit a squirrel in the ear at 40 yards today.
UPDATE exactly 1 month i have owned this scope fired under 500 rounds and tge scope is broken. You can no longer make out anything when looking through the glass. Complete piece of junk decided to break the day after the last day I was able to retyrn.
This has to be one of the best scopes I have used for the price. Excellent clarity - and even as my eyes are going "bad" to be able to dial in the crosshairs is another excellent feature.
I did make one mistake when ordering it - this scope comes with dovetail rings, I happened to have another pair of weaver rings and simply changed them out.
It took about 5 minutes to sight it in at different ranges - and no need for a screwdriver, the dials are easily turned be hand. Excellent so far.
The scope mounted easily with the supplied rings. Be aware that it's for a .22, so you don't need to warp the scope body tightening the rings. I wasn't scientific about it, but just tightened it by feel. I eyeballed the rectical to make sure it was level.
Once on the range, it hit about a foot high at 50 yards. I moved the zero down to match and it works fine.
A few of warnings. They don't bother me, so I didn't take off stars.
1. The eye relief changes quite a bit from 3-9x. Make sure you have plenty of cheekrest left to move your head forward when cranked at 9x.
2. The turrets have a tactile click, but it is not very noticeable. They don't move around easily, but it's hard to tell when you moving the dial.
3. There is a bit of distortion around the edges of the field of view. If you can't live with that, save up for something else.
Overall a good product. Not fancy, but doesn't need to be. Helped me outshoot my buddy for who's paying for lunch. Would recommend.
I can hit out to 100 yards with 1/2 groups, better ammo and it'll be even tighter. You can't ask for anything better for the price.