Rugged polycarbonate body is virtually bulletproof
Retractable lens shade for glare reduction
Includes standard tripod with adapter, view-thru case, soft storage case, and lens covers
Objective Diameter: 60 mm
High-magnification performance at a hunter-friendly price. Top-quality BaK-4 prisms deliver unmatched image clarity and resolution, for crisp viewing with accurate color fidelity. Minimum focus length is 19.8'; displays a 114'–51' field of view at 1000 yards. Rugged polycarbonate body is virtually bulletproof, and features a retractable lens shade for glare reduction. Includes standard tripod with adapter, view-thru case, soft storage case, and lens covers. Power: 20–60x. Objective Diameter: 60 mm. Length: 14.4". Weight: 37.2 oz.
Rated 5 out of 5 by axeil great spotting scope
I purchased this spotting scope at the Kodack, TN store to help with target practice. For the price I paid, its a great value. I can spot my shots clearly at 300 yards, the max at my range. Optics are clear and distortion free. I like the case that can remain on the scope while the scope is in use.
February 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hardbander Great buy
Exactly what I needed. Compact, accurate and powerful. Great value for the price I paid.
December 10, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by shrekster247 Ok scope
I got the scope a couple weeks ago and took it out on a antelope hunt in sw Montana. the triod is good and stout, front sun shade is a bit loose, the scope its self is good up to about 40 power. Once you get to 60 its nearly useless. at 60 power objects are very grainy and seems nearly foggy looking at extreme distances. but low and mid power settings are quite good for its price range. all and all its a good scope but if i had more coin in my pocket id go with something a little better. its a good buy.
October 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by StillOnTarget Solid Scope Great Options Standard
Crisp Clean view, Lense covers that fit well, shade and zoom work nice, protective carrying case and stand all great options that were standard
October 9, 2012