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Oculus Rifle Scope

   

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6X - 24X

Product Color:
Matte Black

Size:
15.5"-26.4oz.

Objective Size (mm):
50mm-Side Parallax Adjustment

Eye Relief:
3.4"

Reticle:
Mil Dot

FOV:
17'

Tube Size:
30mm
  • $299.99

  • SKU: 1897014

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3X - 9X

Product Color:
Matte Black

Size:
12.1"-16oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.2"

Reticle:
BDC

FOV:
42'-13.8'

Tube Size:
1"
  • $179.97

  • SKU: 2004862

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Technology brings nature into sharp focus with Oculus® precision rifle scopes. Nothing will hide, nothing will escape. The brilliant optical quality and innovative targeting features are seldom seen in such reasonably-priced scopes. Ocu-Coat lens coating provides amazing light transmission. The original turret design allows you to return to original zero almost instantly, with no tools but your fingers. And 1/4 MOA adjustments (1/8 on 6–24x50) give you the confidence you need to make longer shots in the field. Built on a solid, single-body tube, nitrogen-purged and sealed for 100% waterproof mechanical performance. Limited lifetime warranty.

  • Ocu-Coat lens coating for amazing light transmission
  • Original turret design
  • Return to original zero almost instantly
  • No tools but your fingers
  • 1/4 MOA adjustments (1/8 on 6–24x50)
  • Built on a solid, single-body tube
  • Nitrogen-purged
  • Sealed for 100% waterproof mechanical performance
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Ocu-Coat Lens Coating
Fully multi-coated lenses customized with specialized, multi-layered broad-band coatings for optimal light transmission at dawn and dusk, and in the brightest daylight conditions.

Zero-Reset Turrets with 1/4 MOA
Unique and original turret design provides a solid, resettable zero with no tools. Just lift and rotate the turret, and engage the turret lock.(Excludes the 6-24x50 Oculus Rifle Scope).

1/8 MOA Adjustments
(6–24x50SPA) Each click moves the point of impact 1/8'' at 100 yards, giving extreme accuracy with your precision rifles and premium ammunition.

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worst scope ever bought I bought a new Ruger 270 and this scope looked great and very clear. Bore sighted scope in and first shot was perfect, second shot of 2" to the right. After that it was all over the place? I thought it might have been me so I took it to the local gun range and paid to have it sighted in. They discovered after getting it bore sighted that if you bump the gun it was off and not holding zero. I am going to take it back and see if I can get a store credit for something else. Very disappointed! I have been told good luck that Bass Pro will not take them back even though they told me it had a lifetime warranty. More to follow I will let everyone if they will stand behind their products. October 7, 2014
Oculus 6x24 First, let me say that I was a firm believer in you get what you pay for in things. I was in the market for a new scope for my Tikka T-3 30-06 and I started looking at this Oculus brand. I had just purchased a Vortex scope for my 308 and love it. When I went to Basspro and looked thru the Oculus scope I was very impressed with the glass. I’m not sure who makes it for them but it’s really clear. I actually debated a while before I pulled the trigger and purchased this scope. I will be the first to say I’m glad I did! I mounted this to the rifle and headed out to the range. After I zeroed it I was shooting clay targets at 300 yards with it. It holds a zero perfectly. The clarity is unbelievable and adjustments are a snap. If you’re looking for a bang for your buck stop here! This scope is worth every penny! I will say this, had I picked this scope up before the Vortex I would of owned two right now. September 9, 2014
So far so good. Just bought the 4-16X44 with Mil-Dot reticle. As the other reviewers said, compared to the scopes that cost twice as much, the vision and clarity was just as good if not better. I looked at 12 to 15 different scopes in and way above my target price zone (my zone was $180 to $300 and I checked out scopes in the $600 to $900 range also), the only ones that were close, the same or better than this Oculus were scopes over $600. The mid-range Nikons were very close but didn't have all the features for the cost. I will be mounting this on a Savage Axis SR .308 and this will be used mostly for target and tactical style shooting. Playing around with this at the store we could see out the window and across a local interstate highway approximately 450 yards to the houses beyond. Playing with it here at home I can see up my street over 600 yards with clarity and definition and even see what people are making for breakfast this morning. I only give this 4 stars at the moment because I have yet to actually mount and shoot with this. Once I put 100 to 200 rounds of various ammo (sub sonic, regular, high velocity all of different grains) through it will I be able to see how the scope holds up to those "all day at the range" situations. I'd also like to see how it holds up to a typical shoulder strapped hunting situation also. I'm one of those "picky" range shooters who's always adjusting and trying to make the perfect shot so a day with this scope and we'll know how good it really is. Bass Pro did say they would mount and basic bore sight this in for free since I bought the scope there, so I may take advantage of that and then fine tune it in on my own later. I bought this at the Cincinnati store and the guys at the gun counter were great! I will update this once new information is available. May 3, 2014
Awesome!!! This is my first time trying to hunt so I bought a Ruger American 270 and this Oculus scope. I haven't been out yet but I did go sight it in. In my opinion this scope is just as clear as the higher priced scopes that I looked at. While sighting it in it was just a clear picture. It gathers light very well and I believe this will last me a long time. I will buy another one! I will let you guys know when I make my first kill! January 23, 2014
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Per Manufacturer, The mil dot reticle is accurte at the magnification of 13.64.
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The MilDot Reticle is to be used at 24X, however the dots are 1/10 mil in measurement, not 1 mil.
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I can find no information on the size of the Mil Dots on the 4-16x44 Oculus scope, or at which magnification setting they equal 1 mil spacing. The reticle does not appear to change size with changes in magnification. Thanks.
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Here is the Owner's Manual for additional information, see http://oculusoptics.com/upload/oculus-riflescope-product-manual.pdf or http://oculusoptics.com/upload/oculus-scope-features.pdf.

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The 4-16x44 mildot reticle was designed to be used at 16x. At 16x the spacing between dots is 1 mil and the diameter of each dot is 0.096 mil, which is about half the size of a traditional mildot reticle.
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Update to my question:
I did receive a response and they told me the reticle is synched at 14x. This scope has no "14" marking, just a 12 & 16 at that end of the range so I'll just aim for in between the two. Never got a response to the size of mil dots.
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what scope rings an mounts is needed for a savage fcp 308cal?
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Your rings need to be 30mm to fit the tube of the scope, probably medium-high in height depending on your barrel, mount, and if you decide to get lens covers. You can measure those things to confirm. For the mount I typically recommend a 1 piece picatinny style, if you're shooting long range you may look into one with 20 MOA or 40 MOA built in. I have a Nightforce mount with 20 MOA on my long range gun that works great out to 1,000 yards..
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Will this handle a 300 win mag or 338 win mag.
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My slug gun packs a wallop and the 3-9x50 is working well with it. I plan on putting one on my .300 Win mag next
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This scope will withstand the vibration on the larger caliber rifles.
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Yes it will Rick. I have it on my .300 RUM and have put 350 rounds through it with no problems. The scope is still dead on.
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What is the 6-24x50 Oculus range of adjustment in elevation and windage? How many turret clicks from full clockwise to full counterclockwise?
What is the range of adjustment in MOA?
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1/4 MOA adjustments (1/8 on 6–24x50) The turret adjustment range is 60 MOA (minutes of angle) for windage and elevation.

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The clarity of these scopes is unreal. I could not tell the difference between the Leupold and oculus. Rumor has it that Leupold make the glass. Durability is also good. Mine has been jolted and bounced around on a UTV and is still holding true.
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I have not had any issues with durablity with my scope. As far as the glass it is crystal clear!
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I really like the clarity, but my reticle is canted after about 20 shots through a soft shooting 6.8SPC AR. Headed back for warranty work.
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Ask me about durability in a year or two. So far, so good. Scope is sharp & clear, good light transmissivity.
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Mine was mfg in the Phillipines.
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Country of Origing: CHINA

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Is the focus style similar to nikons or leupolds?
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It depends on the model/power you buy. Some have the adjustable focus at the eyepiece and the power adjustment ring is where the eyepiece & tube meet. The higher power models have the focus on the side of the turret.
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life time warranty
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These scopes are covered by a fully transferable lifetime warranty, over the counter at Bass Pro, for any manufacturer defects.
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If any OCULUS binocular, rifle scope, or spotting scope is found to have defects in materials or workmanship, OCULUS will, at its option, repair or replace the product.
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I re-read the instruction booklet and i see no warranty information listed. so for 30$ id say there most likely is not one
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