SNIPER VT4-16X44 FFP First Focal Plane Hunting Rifle Scope Red, Green Illuminated Mil Dot Reticle/Fully Multi-Coated Lens/Wind and Elevation Adjust
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- Red, Green illuminated reticle
- Superior Multi-Coated lenses for ultimate brightness and clarity of edge to edge, image
- 1/4" MOA click value for wind and elevation adjustment
- Nitrogen purged scope body, completely sealed with o-ring, rendering scope Waterproof, and fog proof
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RETICLE : Mil dot
WEIGHT/OZ : 20.2
TUBE SIZE: 30
EYE RELIEF: 3.6~4.1
EXIT PUPIL/MM: 14.7~3.7
FIELD OF VIEW@100YARDS: 34.3~9.6
CLICK IN@100YARDS: 1/4”
ADJUSTMENT RANG: ±30
Fog Proof: YES
Shock Proof: YES
Water Proof: YES
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 19.7 x 4 x 3.2 inches; 2.25 Pounds
- Batteries : 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
- Date First Available : September 14, 2018
- Manufacturer : TPO
- ASIN : B07HDWMJCR
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#511,236 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #1,257 in Rifle Scopes
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The box it came in was very plain (white) with very little markings. The scope was well packaged, with ample cushioning, and wrapped in plastic. Scope rings were situated on either side of the scope tube and not wrapped. I closely inspected the rings and found that there were several dings and small scratches on the top half of the rings in and around the screw slots. Additionally, the screws appeared used. Those were small blemishes that I could overlook. However, the nut on both rings were visibly marred and scratched as if they were tightened or loosened with a pair of pliers. Very disconcerting. I knew I would not be using them.
I closely inspected the exterior of the scope, starting at the ocular lens through to the objective lens. The scope is a 3 X 9 variable. The variable dial on the ocular bell does not aligned precisely with the center line axis of the scope. It was off set several millimeters to the right which, in and of itself, is not a fatal flaw, but it goes against the claims and advertisement that it is a “precision” instrument. The dial moves very nicely and the zoom aspect is excellent. The tube had slight ware marks where rings would normally be placed. Evidently this scope was used. The elevation and windage turrets look good and are well constructed. The manipulation of the turrets is easy and crisp with every adjustment. The zero stop rings work well. Objective bell was unremarkable. Both scope caps were sturdily made and are fitted, with groves on the inside, to the dial groves on both the ocular and objective bells. The glass was clean, clear, and unremarkable.
Looking through the glass, it appeared very clear and seems to let in a lot of light. The 3x9 zoom worked very well and was very precise.
The reticle…is awful. The description claims this reticle to be a mil-dot. The mil-dots are so small and so close together, from top to bottom and from left to right, that the distance from on mil to the other is very difficult to distinguish. It would have been better to have a duplex reticle. Definitely not to be used for range estimation. Not happy at all. Activation of the illumination (Red, Green, and Blue) is easy enough, but there is so much light bleed over that you see it reflected on and off of the inside tubing and bells. Awful and distracting. I have not mounted this scope yet or used it on the range so I can not speak as to application performance, but at first blush it gives credence to the saying “you get what you pay for.” This may be a great scope when in actual use, but I don’t have as yet a favorable overall impression.
Not very professional work here. At least Bushnell, Weaver, Nikon, and several others, take pride in their products, even the budget products.
By hunter71 on March 5, 2021