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Cabela's Covenant Tactical FFP Rifle Scope
The Cabela's® Covenant Tactical FFP Rifle Scope uses a broad, 4x power range to provide maximum versatility for shooting at constantly changing distances. The first focal plane reticle maintains consistent reticle size in relation to the target (subtension) at all magnifications settings, so you can compensate for bullet drop and wind drift through the entire zoom range. The reticle features hashmarks, dots, and numbers for bullet drop and wind drift. Low-profile, exposed turrets with 1/4-MOA adjustments ensure smooth, precise adjustments, and a side-focus parallax allows correction from 15-yards to infinity. The Covenant Tactical FFP Rifle Scope is built with a 30mm aluminum main-tube, and nitrogen-filled for waterproof and fogproof protection, and the scope is fully shockproof. Includes lens cloth and user guide.
Rated 5 out of
Amazing price point scopeI bought this scope from Cabela's Calgary and I have to say after getting it on a great sale, this is the cheapest tactical scope you can buy and its definitely not a bad buy, for the money this scope is crazy good, took 5 shots to be sighted at 100 yards
Date published: 2019-12-27
Rated 5 out of
Excellent bang for your buckWent to the range and sighted it in quickly and the turrets acted accurately . I was sites in and zeroed in about 5 shots . ( In other words it tracked well ) fantastic value for the money spent .
Date published: 2019-08-30
Rated 3 out of
you get what you pay forI bought this Covenant scope 6 x 24 x 50 a year ago and mounted on my savage t10 fcp sr 308 rifle. I thought it was ok. Turrets are stiff and the glass is just ok. I find the eye relief to be not so good. I purchased a Nikon fx 1000 in a 6 x 24 x 50 and people the difference is really night and day. if you want a budget high power scope this is it. But if you want to spend more the difference is dramaticly better. Once I used my Nikon I have no desire to use the Covenant at all.
Date published: 2019-03-29
Rated 5 out of
Displaced Texan from
Amazing Entry Level FFP Scopes - 3 modelsWhoever designs and builds these scopes does an amazing job. My review is based on using all three of these Covenant-branded scopes on multiple rifles from .22 LR to .308 Win at ranges from 50 to 1,000 yards and hundreds of rounds:
TX 5-35x56 FFP 34mm TAC10 reticle in MIL (Covenant 7, one of this model)
TX 6-24x50 FFP 30mm TAC32 reticle in MOA (two of this model)
TX 4-16x44 FFP 30mm TAC32 reticle in MOA (two of this model)
Each scope holds and returns to zero reliably through large elevation and windage adjustments. Box tests at 100 yards using 10 MOA/3MIL shifts are reliable with solid 90-degree impact corners.
Small gripe: 4-16 and 6-24 do not come with sunshades and don't appear to have any option for one. The 5-35 comes with a good sunshade and a quick magnification throw lever.
The reticles are one of the strongest features of these scope. They are beautifully crisp, with precise, even thickness lines and numbers across the field of view. Take the time to learn the subtensions. They are extremely useful. The 1/4 MOA dot at the center allows precise aiming at any magnification.
The turrets across these models are very different: The 4-16 and 6-24 elevation turrets do not "climb" - They don't indicate the number of turret revolutions. This isn't a problem unless you will be shooting through extreme range variations. Just return to zero after every engagement. The 5-35 turret climbs, which is useful at the long distances for which is intended. It has more than enough travel for .308 at 1,000 yards. All of the dials (turrets, magnification and parallax) are clearly marked and stiff enough to avoid turning during transport. The detents make a small click during adjustments. They aren't razor sharp, but they do the job. All turrets have a center screw zero slip function. They are not zero stops, which I prefer.
As expected, the glass is the biggest difference between these scopes and the scopes costing far more. It is clear enough for me and I only see a small amount of edge distortion at the highest magnification ranges. Perfect? No. Fully functional? Yes, for me they are do everything I need.
I recommend giving one of these Covenant scopes a try while you learn your rifle inside out, then determine if you need a more expensive scope. I don't.
Date published: 2019-02-10
Rated 4 out of
worked well on a 338 Lapua!bought this as an experiment on my 338 Lapua, figured if it didn't hold up at least cabbalas warranty would replace it and I'd use it on a lighter recoiling rifle. so far after 150 rounds the scope hasn't let me down. I got the 4-16 ffp version. the higher magnification one didn't seem as clear. I'd buy it again.
Date published: 2019-01-29
Rated 2 out of
Paid for What I GotBought this scope a little over a year ago. Have had great success on other Cabela's brand products so I thought I would give this a try. On first site in I questioned whether the turrets really represent 1/4 MOA, still don't believe they do as the as the adjustments to site in where all over the place. Opted to go ahead anyway with the scope and use holdovers as I didn't trust the turret adjustments. Used this scope for two hunting seasons. Found if you leave everything alone it is actually clear and not too bad of a scope. The moment you change any parallax setting the scope gets blurry. This cannot be corrected with the focus as there is not enough adjustment to bring it clear again. Scope only has a one year warranty so i am stuck with it. Recommend saving the money you would spend on this scope and put it into something better and with a lifetime warranty.
Date published: 2019-01-09
Rated 4 out of
Tungsten John from
overall decentI bought one (6-24)scope 6 months ago to put on a Ruger Precision in 6.5 Creedmoor - overall it worked pretty good - adjustments were hard to track since they are hard to feel - I upgraded at double the money to a Vortex which is better. I bought a second scope (6-24) to put on Remington 700. Tried to bore sight the scope - ran out of adjustments - (horizontal) - its not bases or rings since they worked fine with the Bushnell I had on it - previously. Took the scope off and put in a BRNO 455 - I was able to line up the scope (barely) on this gun - the scopes do not have enough adjustments - using windage adjustable rings such as Leupold may be the answer - but overall a pretty decent scope if you don't expect too much
Date published: 2018-11-20
Rated 1 out of
22 Rifle from
Bad TurretsGreat reticle design, clear glass, problem was with the turrets. Wanted to dial up 7 MOA from 50 yard zero to a 100 yard zero and the reticle quit moving. The last whole turn of the turret would not move the reticle. The windage turret had the same issue moving to the left. The last turn on one side would not move the reticle. Exchanged the scope for a new one, same problem. Windage turret would move the reticle sideways in a 45 degree angle. The scope was level.