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I bought the AR-536 for my ruger mini-14 and it looks great on the rifle. Haven't had time to go to the range yet, but I'm sure it will do just fine.
For the price point it is excellent. I like the large optics and love the reticle. Where it lacked for me was with the eye relief. I'm 6'2' and my stock is fully extended....really had to strain forward...to see clearly. My work around was to take one of the picatinny mounting bolts (the rear one) and file it down half way. This allowed me to move the scope back further. You'd be amazed what a difference one notch on the rail makes. Other then that I'm very pleased with my purchase.
No fantastic hunting reviews or thrilling combat use. Only a statement of fact that this is one bright, light, scope with huge, forgiving sweet spot with duplex crosshairs and view which just "pops". I love mine and am buying a 2nd tomorrow.
I purchased the VX-2 with the long range reticle. I remain a fan of Leopold Optics dating back 30 years. I compared Leopold against a variety of other scopes at sunset when there was significant glare. Leopold was head and shoulders above the competition, and I've remained faithful ever since. We put too much work into a hunt, and saving a few bucks on another brand is penny wise and dollar foolish. I simply want to know my scope will perform when it's crunch time.
The 4.5-14X42 Droptine replaced an older 6X Burris Widefield I had on a sporter weight Ruger M77 MKII 22-250. The extra magnification really helps my 69-year-old eyes. When zeroing the rifle/scope the adjustments worked perfectly. The scope is typically Burris bright, which is an advantage at the indoor 100m range I was using. I quit shooting when I had a 1/2" three shot group off the sandbags at 100 yards. I could see myself pull the last shot to the left so it didn't join the first two in ... their common bullet hole.
Optics are very clear. I have the G2B Mil-Dot reticle...a little too "busy" for me but the mil-dots and hash marks are very clear. For my eyes, the 14X didn't seem to offer more than my other 12X scope, and I'm stepping up to something in the 18X to 20X range. I would recommend it to those who like the G2B Mil-Dot reticle.
I was looking for a compact, travel size and found that Steiner has this model. The weight and over-all size are great! Travel size. That mattered to me because I carry a lot of camera equipment. Look and feel are very nice. Even though these are compact they have a good feel, even in large hands. The double hinge design is very nice for adjusting to your face width. Focusing is easy enough and the optical quality seems really nice for the 22mm size!! In general, I am quite happy and ... looking forward to taking on a big trip.
13 years ago I bought a set of 8x22 Champs (I think they were called something else then) they were going strong (and probably still are) when I left them on the railing after a football game. Last month I when to the store to replace them but they didn't carry the 8x22 so I purchased a 10x36 Predator Pro's. They were longer and had to much magnification for what I was looking for. I returned them and ordered the 8x22's. The new model is black instead of gray like my old ones, I like the black ... better. The right side is a tad less resistance to moving compared to the left side but I can live with it. I love the size, the way they fit into my hand and the feel of these binoculars.
I went to the sporting goods store with the intention of purchasing a pair of vortex diamondbacks 10x42 to replace my Redfield rebel 10x42s. While comparison shopping, I happened to look through the Monarch 5 10x42. The images were sharper with better color transmission. The Monarchs were also more comfortable to use. With the Diamondbacks , it was difficult for me to keep my pupils centered on the lenses and avoiding "blackouts" even when adjusting the interpupillary distance. The Monarch's ... comfort and superior optics won out for me over the diamondback's larger apparent field.
The Nikon Monarch 5 10X42 Binocular represents the best binocular on the market in it's class. I have now carried this binocular on a couple of dozen hunts and spent hours behind them with no complaints. Whether I am glassing mule deer in the mid day sun or watching elk at last light they have been sharp and clear. The Monarch 5 is light weight and compact to carry as well as durable and easy to use. The eye relief is more than ample for use with glasses and the focus knob is quick and ... convenient. The very nice included neck strap and carry case complete the package rendering this the most bang for the buck in a hunting binocular.
I AM USING THIS FOR PAPER PUNCHING AT MY LOCAL OUTDOOR RANGE ! PROS= VERY CLEAR OPTICS ONLY HAVE A 200 YRD MAX SHOT SO HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO USE THE BDC , YET
It works very well. It does what it's supposed to do. I bought it for my son and he loves it.
This scope it fantastic! I put this on a Mossberg Patriot .308 after the stock scope didn't quite measure up. I went to the range and quickly sighted it in for 100 yards. Love the turret adjustments as they are crisp and smooth with a nice sound so you can adjust without looking. The mill dots are really nice as well especially with a great red/green illumination. There is nothing bad I can say about this scope so far and you will not find a better one for anywhere near the cost of ... ownership. I will definitely buy Firefield scopes in the future!
I bought the scope back in January any put it on a savage model 93f 17 cal. I zeroed it at 100 yards. its so accurate its boring to shoot because it is so accurate. love the gun and scope perfect match.
Our guide in south Texas utilized these shooting sticks. After we returned home, ordered two sets. This tripod will give you the confidence to make the 200-300 yard shots.
bought this a few weeks ago.? For my Hunting needs.? It is great as advertised .? Easy to use & Was priced nice & Delivery was Fast etc.?
I bought this a couple weeks ago and I love the way it fit my S&W. Bright and works great with holster,
Got it to go on new rifle. my first Zeiss scope. it worked well while sighting in. will have to see how it will hold up to hunting use.
Best scope I have and love it. ....................
great scope 8+,clear,light and tough would tell a friend about the service and product
All I can say is WOW! I tried 3 different night vision scopes, not thermal, and wasn't happy with any of them. I really wasn't expecting too much out of the lower priced thermals like the Predator. Well I was dead wrong! Anything alive lights up like a Christmas tree. Resolution is great up to 2X after that it does get a little pixelated but still shootable. I really don't see a need for going over 2X for my usage anyway. Watched 6 does the other night unmounted and at 150 yards could see their ... ears. My son said he could see our Labradors heart signature at 70 yards. If you wanna kill coyotes and pigs at night, look no further.
I have had the Predator 336 2-8x25 optic for about a year now. Since then quite a few friends have purchased thermals on my recommendation. I think it's a great little optic out to about 200 yards. After that distance and using the digital zoom, the in scope resolution goes down quite significantly. You can still identify targets for the most part, but not a lot of detail. For my usage it's quite good though. Most of my pest shots are typically around 100-150 yards. It's quite amazing ... what you can see in a different spectrum. I've taken this scope to people's houses, looked throughout their homes and let them know where they are losing money and aren't insulated. You can see all the heat loss areas in any house or building. Not really it's intended purposed, but it's still pretty awesome. There are a few limitation on the scope. Although you an see through rain, fog, snow, etc, when any of those are happening, you tend to see a sort of haze through the optic as the rain or fog in the air is typically colder than the ground or ambient temperature so I think that's where the haze comes from. The battery life stated at 4 hours seems a little generous. The Evergreen CR123 batteries that my device came with only lasted maybe an hour. Since then I have been only using Energizer batteries and seem to get two or three hours, but never even close to 4. I did break down recently an purchased the Extended Battery pack on Fleabay at a costly charge and am able to use some high end 18650 batteries to get some really good battery life out of the optic. It's a pricy battery pack for sure at over 2 bills. ATN has a battery pack that only runs $99 for their newer optics which is a little more reasonable. The optic seems to retain it's zero when removed and reattached to the same rifle as long as you don't need to re-adjust the 1913 rail attachment. The rails on my Savage FVSR are a little wider than the rails on my AR and require a small adjustment which I have found knocks one of the rifles off zero. I mainly keep the thermal on my .22 now, but if I need to I can throw it on my AR and get close after changing the "in scope menu rifle profile." Overall, this is a great scope for the average person. If you have lots of money definitely get the best you can get, but I don't think you will be disappointed with this optic knowing a few of the limitations. Make sure you do your research before getting one though as they are large purchases. My wife about shot me after I got this one so be aware. :) Like the title says, this is my "Go to" scope for pretty much everything.
First time out I would have rated this as one star. I returned the laser because I received it on a Fri afternoon and thought it was broken and would not fit on my glock and no one was available at the call center until Monday. The tech called me on Monday and explained that it was made and did appear to give the broken look. Also explained how it fit over the trigger housing guard. If these instructions and/or pictures/diagrams had been available with the shipping packaging I would have had ... to return it and then re-order. The instructions from the tech were great and worked the second time round.
So far it's a keeper I'll get to use it more the next couple months to see how it holds up on my Spikes tactical AR.
This is my second Nikon Monarch rifle scope. The first I installed on my 22-250 and found it to be one very good scope that has performed very well while hunting coyotes and on the range. I purchased the second scope for my AR-15 in 308 and I intend to use it for long range shooting out to 1000 yards. Very well made and performs well in all kinds of weather conditions here in Wyoming.
i am really impressed with my nikon great lens quality clarity is crystal clear being able to go to 3power in the woods that step into field and have 12 power is perfect .I can also set down on shooting bench and shoot half inch groups.thank you nikon.
Do not expect Gen3 quality form Gen1 scope and you’ll be satisfied with this scope. It goes with long range IR illuminator, has 4x magnification and pretty good picture. The scope is easy to mount within seconds. A lot of things are adjustable – reticle brightness, diopter & focus. For this cost WWZ is more than good.
I was new to night vision when I bought WWZ weapon sight. Now after using the scope for almost a year I still like it more than other units I borrowed from my friends or tested elsewhere. My WWZ combines everything I need and doesn’t offer useless stuff, so I don’t overpay. I can shoot a game in the darkness at 200 yards or so using a powerful IR. I had an imprudence to drop the unit and was ready to get on the internet to look for another scope, but there was no single scratch on the WWZ ... housing. All in all, this is a durable easy-to-mount scope with intuitive controls and bunch of useful included accessories. Now I have no doubt that WWZ is a perfect night vision device for me.
Fantastic product, always have one on on me. Don't leave home without it
I have had this scope about a year and it is a fantastic scope. I have it on a Remington 700 in 308 and it has held zero since mounted. Probably 1500 rounds through it and still shoots a less than 5 inch group at 600 yards. Its been rained on several times, in and out of the safe and truck and never misses a beat. You will not find a better scope out there and not find one even close in the same price range. Vortex has the best product warranty in the industry, 100% lifetime replacement.
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