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BSA 22-618X40AO. 22 Rifle Scope Sweet 22… deadly accurate, versatile and a fine choice for your shoots! Perfect for varmint and target shoots! This hot Scope is catching on fast. Features a quick change turret system specially calibrated for multiple grain weights .22. No need to wait to enjoy its great features… our price won't flatten your wallet! Features and specifications: Calibrated for .22 Remington; Adjustable objective; Includes 17-gr turret drums; Magnification 6-18X; Objective lens diameter 40 mm; Exit pupil range 6.6-2.2 mm; Field of view at 100 yards 14-4; Optimum eye relief 3; Parallax setting 10 yds.to infinity; Click adjustment value 1/4; Adjustment range 30-30; Weight 20 ozs.; This Scope is really sweet… order yours now! BSA 6-18×40 AO Sweet .22. Rifle Scope
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3 people found this helpful.
For the price I’m very impressed with this scope. I mounted one on my Savage Mark II and one on a Ruger 10/22. We used them for a rifle silhoutte match and our established data for the required distances (40, 60, 75, 100m) was easily – and most importantly, accurately repeatable. The reticle was nice and clear, just wish it was available with a target dot instead of the basic duplex. Parallax adjustment worked well. With CCI Mini Mags the elevation cap was pretty close. I don’t use it for my application, but if you were shooting gophers or something it would be fine. The finish and feel is a little cheap, but cmon it’s a BSA not $3000 glass. For what it’s designed for it’s hard to beat this scope.
An OK scope but there’s a newer better model.
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I bought this scope because of the $56 price, and so far I’m satisfied with it, although I haven’t done much shooting with it yet. This scope has a front-adjustable objective which is not easy to adjust while looking through the scope. This is apparently a left-over older model. There is a newer model of the same scope with a side-adjustable objective that would be much easier to use, based on my experience with other side-adjust scopes. The newer Sweet 22 goes for about $150. A couple of annoyances: 1. The interchangeable elevation knobs require a 1.5mm allen wrench, but the scope was supplied with a 2mm wrench. 2. The reticle (crosshairs) can be focused by turning the eyepiece, but the manual does not tell you that. The manual has generic illustrations which do not look like this scope.
Excellent .22 Scope, especially if you get it on sale
25 people found this helpful.
I purchased this Scope on my wife’s amazon account to top a Savage Mark 2 BTV. At the time there was a good sale so I upgraded from the 3-9x zoom version.
Almost Zero out of the box!
I bought this for my Marlin 795 and out of the box it was nearly dead on at 50 yards. I have a BSA catseye and love it. So why not give this a shot. Well worth the shot. BSA seems to have decent quality stuff. I’ve never hat a problem with my scopes. I’ve shot up to 600 yards with my catseye on my .308 and it’s pretty consistent. This one seems to fit in well with the batch.
Sweet is pretty accurate, just like this Optic.
4 people found this helpful.
I was looking for something to outshoot my buddy’s Ruger 10/22, so I built a fairly budget conscience Ruger of my own. I started with a basic 10/22 and changed just about everything. Once I had it all back together, I needed a scope to complete the build. I looked at all the cheap stuff, then I looked at the expensive stuff, then I found this little fella which is a nicer low end scope that won’t break the bank. I have shot other scopes, both low and high end and this things is great for the money. I am not a night sniper, so all shooting was done in broad daylight and the light collection was great. The reticle is the standard thick to thin, non-illuminated crosshair that works great. The wire is a little thick and with all the adjustments available (magnification, objective and such) I sometimes had a hard time focusing between the target and the crosshair. After small adjustments I was able to clear the sight picture up and was shooting three shot groups at 50 yards that would fit under a dime. The front objective is huge on this thing, but with the top rail I went with, I was able to use Low Profile (10mm saddle height) mounts and still had a little clearance between the barrel and the front lens. I still have to try out the 40 grain top bullet drop turret to see if it lives up to the hype. Overall, this is a nice rimfire scope that will get the job done without haveing to get a second job to pay for it.
NIce scope for target .22 rifle
One person found this helpful.
Mounted fine to my Savage Mark II FV with high Leopold rings. I shoot 40gr CCI Standard Velocity ammo and this scope is a good match to the Savage Mark II for shots out to 100yds. Consistently plinking used upright 12ga shotgun hulls from 100yds from a bench rest. Focus is reasonably crisp and image is bright enough up till dusk. I’m satisfied with its quality and performance at this price point.
It is highly recommended on line
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This Scope was one that I read about. It is highly recommended on line. I have it on a “Target” .22 rifle, and I love it. I am by no means an expert on scopes, but I have a few and I am glad this is one of them. There are more expensive ones out there, but I am very happy with this one.