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4-16x56 Accushot SWAT IE Rifle Scope Leapers UTG Matte Black Etched Glass 36 Colors EZ-Tap Mil-Dot Lens Caps SCP3-UG4165AOIEW
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Brand: Leapers UTG SCP3-UG4165AOIEW
Item: SCP-125
UPC: 4712274528772

This Accushot scope zooms all the way from 4x to 16x. 56mm objective and 30mm tube combine with emerald-lens coating to optimize light gathering. EZ Tap illuminated Mil-Dot reticle gives 36 color choices for a customized sight picture. 1/8 MOA per click target turrets feature lockable zero. Side focus parallax adjust from 10 yards to infinity, and rear eyepiece focus adjust. Includes flip-open lens covers.

Specifications and features
30mm Tube with Best in Class Emerald Lens Coatings to Achieve Maximum Light Transmission for Best Clarity
Built on True Strength Platform, Completely Sealed and Nitrogen Filled, Shockproof, Fogproof and Rainproof
Innovative EZ-TAP llumination Enhancing (IE) System with Red/Green in Dual-Color Mode and 36 Colors in Multi-Color Mode to Accommodate All Weather/Light Conditions
1-Click Technology for Quick Access to Your Favorite Color and Brightness in Reticle
Premium Zero Lockable and Zero Resettable Target Turrets with Most Consistent and Precise 1/8 MOA per Click Adjustment
Side Wheel Adjustable Turret (SWAT) for Parallax Adjustment C From 10 Yards to Infinity
Mil-Dot Range Estimating Etched Glass Reticle with Built-in Integral Sunshade for Most Optimal Aiming and Shooting Performance
Complete with High Quality Flip-open Lens Caps

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 Rating Disappointing - 3/21/2012
Reviewer: turpit
After trying to get this scope sighted/settled in over two 6-hour range periods, two sets of rings, three different types of ammo (ranging from cheap to good), and some intense bench-maintenance time, I never got it where it should have been (1-2 inch groups @ 100 yds). I’ll be returning it. Pros: lots of nice, mostly useful features; inexpensive compared to other scopes of similar magnification and features; light gathering is generally good. Cons: clarity is very good from 4-7x magnification, but above 7x magnification, undergoes some unusual distortion that seems to be the result of uneven or poorly ground lenses. Distortion gets progressively worse from 7-16x magnification, but is still clear enough to ID and shoot at 16x (only just). Additionally, it has an uneven halo effect that seems to be associated with the uneven blur and distortion. Adjusting the focus moves distortion and blur around the FOV, but does not improve it. The eyepiece was mounted off angle. While it didn't affect function, it was off enough to be immediately noticeable. Clearly a QC issue and, unfortunately, is not something that can be user fixed without violating the integrity of the scope. Neutral points: field of view is good at or below 7x magnification, but coupled with the unusual distortion at higher magnifications, makes the scope less than pleasant to use; it's big, which is a con, but for the magnification range and FOV, it is to be expected; I don’t use illumination much, but even if I did, I wouldn’t have use for 36 colors. It seems to be more of an advertising point than a useful feature. Unknown: zero. I was never able to get this scope zeroed in. Difficult to tell if it was the scope or some other problem, but I spent enough time tweaking and tuning the rifle to suspect it was the scope. I did get the pattern to improve by 50% after switching rings, but it was still a 10-12 inch pattern at only 100 yds. After much more fiddling, tuning, and tweaking the rifle, scope and rings, the best I could do was about a 6-8 inch pattern, only slightly better than through my iron sights at 100 yds. Overall rating: Features - 4.5, Performance - 2, Quality - 3, Ease of use - 4, Durability – Unknown (only put 200 rounds through it). Recommendation: Give this one a pass. While the price is great, the clarity at higher magnification is disappointing and the zero questionable. I suspect this scope would hold zero fine on a .22, and possibly a .223 or 7.62x39mm, but it didn’t seem to be able to handle the abuse of a .308 Winchester. If you want a variable magnification scope of this magnification or higher, I suggest one of the more expensive scopes, such as Simmons, Leupold, etc. While costing more, these have had numerous rave reviews for clarity throughout their magnification range, as well as the ability to hold zero. If you are willing to go to a lower magnification or can't afford one of the better "big" scopes, the UTG 4-12x40mm may be a better option. All the same features, but smaller, cheaper, and with a reasonably good review base. Note: I may have just gotten a bad scope. I've purchased numerous UTG items including bags, scopes, rings, bipods, etc., and have generally had decent luck with them. For me, it seems that 1 out of 5 UTG products doesn’t quite seem to be up to snuff. Not really design flaws, but quality control issues. Individual items that shouldn’t have made it out of the factory. This scope definitely had one quality control issue, but it was more cosmetic and not something that should have affected performance. The clarity issue seemed to be a manufacturing flaw though, and not one of quality control. Even though it's not an expensive scope, I wouldn’t be willing to gamble on it again.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 Rating MERRY CHRISTMAS ME!!!! - 12/29/2012
Reviewer: Tread
First, I need to say this was my first scope. My wife got it for me and I love it. Don't know what the other guy that reviewed the scope was talking about. I didn't bore sight it before I went. I had my Marine brother-in-law help me set it in the rings just right so I could mount it and started shooting. Let me remind you that your scope comes with instructions for a reason - READ THEM! I put one 30 rnd mag of Monarch brass 55gr fmjbt in my Rock River Elite Operator 2 and that was more than I needed. Weather was 41 degrees, 42% humidity, with 16mph wind gusts. My first round was a foot and a half low and eight inches or so left. It took me four more three round groups to have it dialed in. I then had a blast putting three rounds inside one square inch, with a round every now and then slipping 1/2 inch or so outside that. Give me a break - it was a little breezy, and that was at 100 yards. Gaining clarity with the side wheel adjustment is simple. Colored reticle is really cool but red and green would have been enough. Everything was awesome with my gift, I'm very pleased! Don't be afraid to try this. I was a little, but am very pleased with my wife's choice. I'm glad I showed it to her!
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful
4.0 Rating Dollar for dollar. Unbeatable - 11/15/2013
Reviewer: Hp Oklahoma
The rings that come with the scopes are junk. Throw them away. The scope performs as good as much more expensive brands. I use this brand on 300wmg down to 223 and they perform flawlessly. From 100 yds out to 800 yds the turrets are precise. The only flaw, in my opinion, is the clarity at 400 and beyond. For the price no other brand can touch it
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful
5.0 Rating Manufacturer support a misfire - 5/7/2014
Reviewer: Disappointed Owner
I bought this scope for a Savage 30-06 I am completely redoing as a project gun. The scope is amazing and far surpassed my expectations for one at this price range. The down fall is I have not been able to mount this device to my 30-06. In the package was sent two mounting rings that did not match. One high profile & one medium profile C-2 ring. I contacted Leapers.com by telephone and told them of my experience. They appeared concerned, but "never heard of such a thing" and told me to fill out on line form so they could send a replacement ring. I did as instructed, and have gotten nothing but a run around. Looks like if I want to mount the scope that I will have to go to my favorite gun shop and buy a good set.. At this point it would have been better to have bought a higher priced brand name scope and not have had the hassles, and added waist of time & money.
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4-16x56 Accushot SWAT IE Rifle Scope Leapers UTG Matte Black Etched Glass 36 Colors EZ-Tap Mil-Dot Lens Caps       SCP3-UG4165AOIEW
4-16x56 Accushot SWAT IE Rifle Scope Leapers UTG Matte Black Etched Glass 36 Colors EZ-Tap Mil-Dot Lens Caps SCP3-UG4165AOIEW
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