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It's built extremely well the only concern I have is that my sights are not level. Other than that it's great. I'm not sure if there is a recall on it or something I can do or not.
I bought this optic along with the red dot on top. Shop sighted it in about 8-9" high and to the right. I held low and left and it hit center at 25 yards. Red dot somewhat closer. Left the screwdriver at home so couldn't adjust the red dot but the turrets could be adjusted with a 5.56 cartridge or even your fingernail or coin. Takes many clicks, though. Also, USE A TORQUE WRENCH on mount or else it may look like the reticle is canted. 13mm six-point socket with an inch-pound 65. That's ... 7.38 on my bicycle ¼" drive NM torque wrench. It's a lot more than your fingers can do!!
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 picked up this scope from a local gunshop about 1 mile from home in Oregon. I had them mount it on my 6.5 creedmoor and took it strait to the mountains. I didn't boresight it and picked out a large boulder at 200 yards. Found a small spot about 6" in diameter. First 6 shots and I dialed it in with my hunting partner. Then picked out a small rock a little smaller than a fist. I asked my spotter if he was on it and had a perfect hold and sent the 7th shot. He just started laughing as the rock ... obliterated. The scope is super clear compared to my other scope that starts with a V and the clicks were right on 1/2 at 200. I couldn't be happier with a hunting scope that I will only use out to 500 yards. You get what you pay for and this is quality from my own home state. You can't beat a loopy for hunting in every weather condition.
Have used two rifles with VX-3is. Formerly an airport screener, I opened many cases with euroscopes that cost 2x as much as the rifle they're mounted on. Were it me, I would put this on my gun and buy something else with the 1000 bucks I saved. And be just as happy with the scope! My TC Contenders and rifles wear Leupold scopes.
This scope had illumination issues. I called, described the problem and was told to send it in. I did. I received notice that it would be fixed in 23 days. Sure enough, I had it back within that time. The illumination module had been replaced and worked perfectly. Mounted back on my CZ in 375 H&H and back to the range. A few shots and I was zero' in again. I shout a group of 3 shots at 50 yards you could cover with a nickle. Great product and great warranty
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.
While I like the simplistic approach, the clear glass, and the overall quality of this scope... Only two things set this scope back in my mind. First is the coating on the scope is not as nice as others. It leaves white marks from brushing it up against anything that is some what ridged. The second being that Burris doesn't have a app for ballistics of multiple calibers, elevation, temperature, built on the retical you are using. IE I am shooting an AR15 in the 6.5 Grendel and their chart does ... not include this. I would like to be able to enter my info/dope and have it calculated. Overall I love it, but it could be better.
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
Nikon is and will be the only rifle scopes I'll ever put on any of my guns. They always sight in very easily and the view is so clear. Best scope overall, and inexpensive to.
I bought this several years ago to mount on my slug gun. Excellent fit and finish. Eye relief is plenty. The low light visibility is great. I pull it out each year for hunting season and it holds its zero. Really pleased with the scope.
I installed this scope on my HOWA 1500 in 223 Rem. customized rifle: 1) Consistent 1/4" accuracy at 100 yards for 3 shots; 2) The best group - 0.15" for 62 gr. TSX with 24 gr. of Reloader 15; 3) I can see the bullet holes of .224 clearly at 100 yards! 4) Very light scope - about 10 oz. The same scope in VX-2 line might be even better. The best scope for regular hunting conditions, and even better for a mountain rifle.
This scope works well you can easily see bullet holes on the target at 200 yards. Don't know about further than that. Also works great in my deer stand for spotting those hard to see horns at low light. And the strait through site makes it easy to spot a deer or your shooting target fast. The stand is nice made of good quality and is easy to set at different heights. love it buy it.
I hunt in a area with lots of cover,need tone on target fast,this scope provides that! Really enjoy extended eye relief,great with coat on
Fit perfect on a 7mm Mauser.Get a Beartooth comb raising kit also as your line of sight will change if you have a straight stock. This mount is superior in every way to those that mount on the rear sight bracket that come loose and move even with loctite.
Great binoculars!Magnificent view,even at 24x magnification,optics are great,multi coated lenses that offer crisp,bright images!I will recommend it to most of my friendsVery happy with my purchase!
These binoculars have never failed me. They have always performed no matter the extreme weather conditions.
I just bought a Ithaca Deerslayer II - but knew I would be hunting out 50-150yrs, so need something better than plain sights. Got this mounted last week and took to range. Had it sighted in 50 yards within 4 shots (Rem 3" 385g slugs) - then put another 25 rounds through it shooting <1 in groups; no strays. I'm no marksman, so this helped a lot. Zero-Reset Turrets worked well (bonus). Reticle is very clear to see. Eye Relief is perfect. 2-7x is great, as I plan on likely leaving at lower power. ... Cannot beat the price. Only shame is waiting for hunting season to come around sooner.
Wanted a scope for my AR in 7.62x39 and there were so many choices out there. Some how I found this, What a great scope. Best glass I have seen anywhere near this price point. At just 12 ounce way lighter than most other scopes I looked at. FYI the P Series mounts work very well with this and are just 5 ounces the complete set weighs what most scopes just weigh. Size, weight, and the quality make this one a winner
My husband hunts & depends on the best equipment. This product is now one he feels he needs. He was always complaining about the problem of keeping his glasses clear. Problem solved!
I really enjoy this sight. Makes shooting more fun.
Happy to bought it mount easy and fit. Great looking
For the money you can't beat it!!! Sighted it in at 100 Yards on a Marlin 17HMR. Shooting hair off a gnats butt and that is true. Try one of these you won't be disappointed. Academy had the cheapest price as usual.
very pleased with this purchase and my shooting buddies also thought it matched the rifle nicely and would also be buying one.
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.
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.
I did a little research for binoculars used for bird watching. We have a couple blue bird homes in our backyard and wanted to see them up close. One web site reviewed top 5 binoculars reviewed by professional bird watchers. Different price points etc, these were number 1 in the under 200.00 category. What I wasn't expecting is how far out I can see birds up close. We have an acre in back of our house and can view birds very, very clear way up in some of the pine trees. Exceptional clarity!
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