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Redfield Rampage 20-60x60 Spotting Scope

   

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Magnification
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20X - 60X

Product Color:
Black

Size:
14.4" 37.2oz.

Objective Size (mm):
60mm

Eye Relief:
17'-14'

FOV:
114-51'

Close Focus Distance:
19.8'
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The Redfield® Rampage™ 20-60x60 Spotting Scope offers 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.
Manufacturer model #: 67600.

  • High-magnification performance
  • Top-quality BaK-4 prisms
  • Crisp viewing with accurate color fidelity
  • 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
  • Power: 20–60x
  • Objective Diameter: 60 mm
Redfield Rampage 20-60x60 Spotting Scope 4.5 5 22 22
Great scope, terrible ring The first time I took the scope out I mounted it on the tripod and tightened down the ring that holds the scope steady broke. I was in the field so I epoxied the heck out of the ring which inevitably glued the whole ring to the scope. Rexfield should have had a metal ring or other type of ring on that. It's a piece that is going to take lots of pressure from the hand tightening bolt. To be honest the ring is the only thing on this scope that has any shortcoming. The scope itself is great. Very bright in low light, great reach and seems to be durable (other than the ring of course). If you're willing to epoxy the heck out of the scope, it's a great buy. September 2, 2010
Redfield Rampage 20-60x60 Spotting Scope I'm an avide deer, moose and waterfowl hunter. Was looking for a scope that offered the best bang for the buck based on a limited budget. Based on several reviews for this scope I went out and purchased one. Here's my review; Lens quality for price is excellent Sun shade is not super quality but it will do the job The lens cover not great, a bit flimsy but will do the job. The adjustable eye piece, is good but don't be to rough with it. Tripod is the weakest link however but will do the job as long as you're not to rough with it. Both the carry case, and scope cover are well made and solid and come included in the box. The coating on the scope is excellent. Anyone looking for a good spotting scope who's on a budget this scope will do the job. To get the same quality out of the big name brands you would need to pay 200-300$ more the same 20x60x60 quality. Also repalcing this scope in the event you break it, is much less painful to your pocket book. I would give the scope a 5 if the quality of the eye piece and sun shade were more solide. December 27, 2014
Solid performance at a good price This is a great spotting scope at a really good price. I was a little reluctant to buy the scope because of the price, thinking that you could not get good optics at that price. After reading the reviews I thought I would give it a shot. When I got it, I was really surprised at the scopes clarity, wide field of view, ease of use, and overall quality. My buddy has a $400 Leupold Wind River Spotting Scope and in a side by side comparison using both in woods I could not see a difference between the two. I thought the Redfield was easier to operate and had smoother controls than the Leupold. Of course you have give up something at that price point and that is the tri-pod. It is made with stamped metal legs held on with and bolts not telescoping tubes like other bi-pods. The bolts on the legs were already loose and ready to fall off when I took it out of the box. I tightened them with a wrench and that took care of the problem. The tri-pod would be ok for around the house use but it is not suitable for field use. I really like the soft case that stays on the scope for use in the woods and it comes with a decent carrying soft storage case. I look at like this, I can go out and buy a nice tri-pod and hard case for the Redfield scope and still have $100 in my pocket buying the Redfield compared to the $400 Leupold. The Redfield is a solid scope at a bargain price. September 20, 2010
great product the clarity of the lense are pretty good. the casing is well build. yes the tripod isn't top quality but do the work and afterall... you buy the spotting scope. for better quality you'll have to spend over the 550$ price. i definitely recommend this spotting scope. July 29, 2014
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No, this product has fully coated optics. “fully coated optics” – which means every lens has a coating.

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Yes, you can use a window mount for this scope. The scope uses a standard mount.
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For a window mount, the item number is 882-108-00 (RedHead® Epic™ Spotting Scope Window Mount ) priced at $29.99.
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The Rampage Spotting Scope is completely waterproof and fog proof.
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