The scope comes with a battery included as well as a lens cover and 2 scope mounts for a 20mm weaver dovetail rail. 6-24x magnification – 50mm objective diameter – 28-foot field of view (at 100 yards) – 1/8” click value (at 100 yards) – Red and green illuminated – 2lbs in weight (approximately) – Takes a CR 2032 battery (included in the purchase) Pros- Excellent price and value for money – Clear focus right down to as little as ten yards. – Clear optics Cons- Slight too long – Turrets aren’t great Our VerdictThis is a great companion for your long range shot so you don’t have to go back home empty-handed. What’s more, it’s so cheap that if you really don’t like it, then you haven’t spent a lot of money.
22 Mag Riflescope is a game-changer.
However, we think you’ll love this product and so placed it in our second spot. 3 Simmons Truplex . 22 Mag RiflescopeThe Simmons Truplex . 22 Mag Riflescope is a game-changer. It is such an innovative scope that you can really see it as a great piece of kit for your rifle.
It has a Quick Target Acquisition (QTA) eyepiece that has lots of eye relief. I really liked how easy this scope was to adjust too. The SureGrip adjustments were great when I was shooting in colder weather and my fingers were chilly! In terms of features, it has been constructed with one piece, meaning it is stronger and more durable.
What’s more, the optical glass is fully coated so the images are sharp and bright and have excellent contrast. Finally, it is fog proof waterproof and shockproof – excellent characteristics for extreme weathers and all users! 31. 4 – 75” eye relief – . 25 click value – Adjustment range of 60 Pros- Well made – Good quality for the price – Cery good light transmission for its price – Excellent clarity Cons- Turrets are difficult to use – The rings are a bit tricky to use Our VerdictOnce again, this is a great scope for the money and the best value for what you spend.
If you’re looking for a reasonably-priced yet high-quality scope that could help you take a precise shot 5000 yards away, Simmons 511039 is a good find. 4 ATN X-Sight II HD Smart Day/Night Rifle Scope w/1080p VideoIf you are planning to use your rifle scope in low light or, say, in the dark, you can’t really go wrong with the ATN X-Sight II HD.
We put the scope to test from our end and were impressed by its result. We used different levels of brightness to test it and it stood out from the rest of its peers. They call it Smart HD Optics Technology, and you can rest assured that your photos will be crystal clear.
In terms of magnification, the scope flaunts 3-14x power with smooth zooming capacity which feels premium. What was even more exciting for us was the ability to film your shoots in HD with RAV (Recoil Activated Video). This is something that, personally, I could spend hours poring over!
Another great aspect of this long range hunting scope (LRHS) is its built-in rangefinder because it makes things so simple when trying to range a target. So, you no longer have to carry another piece of gadget dedicated for rangefinding. This scope calculates the distance for you so that you have the most accurate shot every time.
It also has a ballistic calculator so you don’t need to look at charts. It’s a great piece of kit! They’re extremely inexpensive, too, so even if you plan to use a set of ear muffs as your primary hearing protection, you can pick up a pair or two of these for your shooting bag without breaking the bank!
An included carrying case and cord makes these little ear plugs easy to handle and store. They’re reusable and washable, so you can use a single pair all year. The 26 dB rating means that these are even better at protecting your ears than the Howard Leight Sports above.
You’ll do noticeably better at an indoor range or while shooting a bigger gun outside, although I’d still recommend pairing these with a set of ear muffs if possible. Having a spare pair of these in your shooting bag is perfect – it means you’re not screwed if your primary ear muffs break, and if someone at the range doesn’t have hearing protection you can lend them these without worry.
They’re perfect for wearing under ear muffs for some extra protection if you’ve got sensitive ears or you shoot big guns indoors. OverallI think all three of the products mentioned above these are just a few of the best products available out there for protecting your hearing at the shooting range.
However, I personally prefer wearing passive type ear muffs for indoor shooting protection such as the Decibel Defense ear muffs mentioned above. The main reason why, is because they give the best hearing protection especially in closed in indoor ranges. The active hearing protection headsets are good, but they will work best if your shooting outdoors.
You get the most bang for your buck (no pun intended), going with a passive ear muff especially if you mostly shoot indoors. Of course, you can up the hearing protection by wearing earplugs under your earmuffs, but we do not recommend just wearing earplugs alone especially when shooting indoors.