The Bushnell Sentry 18 - 36 x 50 Spotting Scope is compact and lightweight for easy transport, and multicoated optics provide increased light transmission and produce a clear, bright image. Rubber armor absorbs shock, and the spotting scope is waterproof.
Features and Benefits
Rubber armor absorbs shock
Waterproof design for use in all weather conditions
Compact tripod provides stability
Compact and lightweight for easy transport
Carrying case for easy transport
Multicoated optics provide increased light transmission and a clear, bright image
Manufacturer warranty - general:
Objective lens diameter (mm):
Field of view @ 1,000 yards (ft.):
115 - 75
Close focus (ft.):
Exit pupil (mm):
2.8 - 1.4
Eye relief (in.):
Product length (in.):
Product weight (oz.):
What's in the Box
Bushnell Sentry 18 - 36 x 50 Spotting Scope
Rated 4 out of
ScopeMy husband loved it but the logo did fall off the side of the case when he opened it
Date published: 2015-12-25
Rated 4 out of
Great setupI bought this for the range, it's a good clear optic and comes with a really nice hardshell case.
Date published: 2015-08-25
Rated 5 out of
Excellent Scope for the PriceGreat 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!
Does this model come with the angled eye piece, instead of straigh tube?
Asked by: scotty17
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Answered by: AntoniaD
Date published: 2017-02-03
I need to zero in on a target at 250 yards. Will this scope do this?
Asked by: wormie
Well, Mitche in his review said it was good out to 100m for 223. Kimberly was expressing the info in the description which says at 1000' at 36 x magnification you can see 75' left to right (field of view)now the way I see it is that Mitche is only interested in shooting out to 100m. Mitche also lives somewhere that is big in the metric system, so therefore we might assume that the directions include the metric system in the specifications.
Well Wormie, according to the written specs partially repeated by Kimberly I would say that seeing how this is a Bushnell I would say that the glass will be clear but not crystal clear and that at 250 yards at this price point you should be able to clearly pick put a 22 cal hit although maybe a bit shadowy and grainy but what the heck, buy it to see how it works out for you than submit your own honest review. I for one will be sitting
tight looking forward to reading it because I'm also interested in it.
I've looked through a number of Simmons and at this price point have not been slightly impressed. Thats why I invested in a great pair of Nikon binoculars that do a great job for me on the range and in the field.
Answered by: Longeshot
Date published: 2016-08-03
Can I use this scope for zeroing my target at 100 yards at least?
Asked by: samky639
The Bushnell Sentry 18 - 36 x 50 Spotting Scope can be used to zero in on a target at 100 yards.