TenPoint RangeMaster Pro Crossbow Scope
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Engineered for high-performance crossbows that shoot between 275 and 365 fps, the TenPoint® RangeMaster® Pro Crossbow Scope features 3 duplex crosshairs and a fourth free-standing dot just below the 40 yard crosshair. Equipped with an etched glass reticle and fully multicoated optics. Magnification: 1.5–5x32. Length: 8.25".
Manufacturer model #: HCA-09811.
- Designed for high-performance crossbows
- Three duplex crosshairs
- Fourth free-standing dot just below the 40 yard crosshair
- Etched glass reticle
- Fully multicoated optics
- Magnification: 1.5–5x32
- Length: 8.25''
TenPoint® RangeMaster® Pro Crossbow Scope
Good but Pricey
I bought this scope because I wanted to get the best scope I could for my crossbow. I researched a lot online and finally decided on the tenpoint and just picked it up today and went to the range. The scope ranges well at 20, 30 and 40 yards (can hit inside < inch circle with sand bag) but the last dot for 50 yards is a little off. You can hit a deer in the vitals with it at 50 yards but it will hit low because the dot spacing is wrong for the last dot. It's something they need to address but not a deal breaker. After looking at the leupold crossbones, nikon bolt xr, excalibur shadowzone and this scope (while I was at bass pro picking up my ship to store tenpoint scope) I was pretty bummed to discover the tenpoints optics weren't as good as all the aforementioned, esp. since the tenpoint is the most expensive. The light gathering is actually really good, it's just that the scope has a slight fisheye effect and has distortion around the edge of the scope sight picture. The dots are the best part about the scope, they're crisp and they're small for pinpoint precision, while being easy to see- best of both worlds here. When it started to get dark at the range tonight I turned on the illumination dial and was happy with the results. The red/green dots have just the right amount of brightness, you can turn the dial down really low and it enables you to see very well (I was actually impressed with light gathering- waaaay better than the cheap red dot scopes) while still being able to see the dots. If this scope cost about a third less or more, it would be solid buy. It's still a nice scope with a lot to offer for anybody that likes red dot scopes- I think it's probably the best red dot crossbow scope on the market after all I have read and after using it.
July 25, 2012
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