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  1. 3 years ago
    you can see what you want to see
    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.
  1. 4 years ago
    Leupold SX-1 Ventana
    I was a little disappointed in the clarity of the scope and really disappointed that the tripod was not taller. no specifications were given in any of the information and I thought it was tall enough from the pictures to stand on the ground and be able to use it.
  1. 7 months ago
    My husband loved it but the logo did fall off the side of the case when he opened it
  2. 2 years ago
    Excellent Scope for the Price
    Great scope for zeroing out to 100m! Recommend putting on camera tripod rather than use the included bench tripod. Dropped it a couple of times and no damage. Could easily spot hits while zeroing my AR-15 and saved us a lot of walking to/from the target. Sure there are better (and more expensive!) scopes available, but for the price, this works great for my needs!
  1. 1 year ago
    good scope, bad base
    The scope was clear and easy to adjust. The base was flimsy and the tripod elevation/windage adjustments were clunky. The base and tripod made it really hard to fine focus the target.
  2. 8 months ago
    Very nice spotting scope
    I purchased this scope over a year ago and have used it numerous times. The scope itself it very nice and clear. The tripod in the other hand is junk. I quit using the tripod that is included after its first trip to the range, I replaced it with a video camera tripod and it works great. I would have given a 5 star review instead of a 4 if the scope came with a better tripod.
  1. 5 years ago
    Blurry at 75 yards
    I purchased this in an attempt to see a target at 200 yards, but at 75 the image was too blurry to see where my bullets were hitting the target.
  2. 2 years ago
    good value
    For the price,this is a great buy. Its a little hard getting set up but I love it.
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Spotting Scopes With Performance Lenses

When you're honing in on your next target, ensure your spotter scope is designed to deliver precise and accurate viewing. Multicoated lenses and prisms deliver a clear view, lending excellent light transmission to help you complete your next take down. Smooth-focusing optics take the work out of spotting, while bigger lenses offer an expansive field of view for a comprehensive look at potential targets.

Rugged Spotter Scopes

Choose the best spotting scopes built to perform in harsh conditions. Tough materials and armor help absorb shock during accidental falls, providing peace of mind when you're out on the hunt. Nothing keeps you out of the woods when you’re hot on the trail of this season’s big trophy, and waterproof designs ensure that rain can’t hold you back, while nitrogen-purged interiors help minimize fogging in wet conditions. O-rings offer a protective sealant to deep out dust, dirt and other debris, and scratch-resistant coatings defend against the elements.

Spotting Scopes And Accessories

When you pack up your shooting and hunting gear, don’t forget the accessories that help you make the most of spotter scopes. Select the best spotting scope kit for your needs, whether you need a sturdy tripod, a rugged carrying case or a strap that keeps your hands free and your scope close as you hike through the wilderness. Be sure your lenses are always in tip-top shape with important add-ons like protective covers and lens cloths that keep your view as sharp as your instincts.