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4x20mm Compact Scope Intergal Mount TuffZone

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1" Compact scope has a nitrogen filled sealed tube that is shockproof, fogproof, and water resistant with fully coated lens. Features lockable turrets, built in leveler, red/green/blue illumination, an adjustable objective, and range estimating Mil-Dot reticle.

Magnification: 4X
Objective Diameter: 20mm
Eye Relief: 3.3"
Exit Pupil: 6.0mm
Click Value @100 yards: 1/4"
Length: 7"
Parallax Setting: 100 Yds
Batteries: CR2032 3V (included)
Integral Mount and adapter included 
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"I bought this scope for use with an AR 15 with the standard carry handle receiver. One thing I liked about it was the lever type locking nut with the leaf spring that appeared to be a good way to mount and remove the scope without tools. However, the lever type locking nut is poorly designed and will not work out of the box for several reasons. First, it is supposed to be retained by a machine screw that comes out of the bottom of the channel base on the scope. The screw is too short and only goes about half way into two retaining nuts that come with the scope, the levered nut and the round nut that is to be used with the Weaver type base. The machine screw would be difficult to change, as it appears to have been fed into the channel thru the hole in the end of the channel and its treaded portion dropping out thru a hole in the bottom of the channel. It is retained in position by a very small roll pin that will have to be driven into the channel to get it to fall free so the machine screw can be removed. A slightly larger roll pin would be needed to replace the original one. When I tried to attach the lever nut after setting the scope in position on the carry handle, the end of the screw would not even reach the nut. The leaf spring on the nut is too stiff to bend, so the nut will come in contact with the screw, the two bent ends on the spring are too high, and the lever is a sloppy fit in relation to the two detent holes on the spring that the lever is supposed to lock into to hold it in position; they just don't come in contact. I ended up having to use a Dremel to lower the two end tabs on the leaf spring to get the nut closer to the screw, at which time it barely held. The threads on the nut are a bit loose in relation to the screw's diameter and barely grasp the screw's threads. To help get a better fit, I ground off the top side of the nut just above its snap ring retainer because the upper side of the screw is beveled a bit above the threads. Once I got ...."