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Leapers UTG Red/Green Target Dot ITA Compact Riflescope 30mm Objective 4 MOA Integral QD Picatinny Mount Matte Black SCP-RG40SDQ

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With this scope the shooter has instant aiming on the target with great field of view and unlimited eye relief. The lenses have a non-reflective high tech emerald coating on them for excellent clarity. Included with an integral quick detach mounting deck and flip open lens caps, this is one of the most versatile dot sights for a wide range of pistols, shotguns & rifles.

Magnification: 1x
Tube Diameter: 38mm
Objective Diameter: 30mm
Field of View @ 100 yards: 16.5'
Eye Relief: Flexible
Exit Pupil: 25mm
Click Value @100 yards: 1/2"
Length: 95mm
Weight: 7.4 oz
Batteries: CR2032 3V

Item#: 16-SCP-RG40SDQ,SCP-341
Total number of Reviews: 17

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5.0 5
"I bought this sight to go on my wasr-10. The cam system which I was worried about actually works great and comes in handy for cleaning of the rifle. I give this a thumbs up, it is way tougher than any red dot I have owned before and great for the price."
– jimmer
4.0 5
"I added this sight to my Ruger 22/45 that I shoot in steel competition. It holds zero in both colors. Also, the quick release mount holds zero. The dot is not as perfectly crisp as I would like (4 Bullets, not 5), but is more than adequate for slapping plates and squares. Some of the high-end shooters, with their very fancy .22s, are amazed at how this makes my stock pistol sing. I am shooting on par with them, and I can also shoot iron sights with the same gun, since I can quick detach and reattach the sight with no loss of zero. I highly recommend this sight."
– Joe Cooler
4.0 5
"It is not the sweetest sight ever, but it looks great on my AR-15. The reticle is cleaner than my friend's EOTech XPS2. Nice, crisp clicks on the windage and elevation adj. Seems to hold zero just fine. And has a clear, clean view through lenses. Came with an extra battery."
– hitman46mod
5.0 5
"A very well made nicely finnished optic the quick release mount holds tight no loss of zero after 3 trips to the range and numerous on and offs the gun. Dots are nice 4 moa brightness controls are positive clic adjments.2 batteries allen wrench and big lens cloth overall alot of value for your hard earned dollar."
– Scott Meister
5.0 5
"Being color blind, I wasted my money on red dot sights. This dot sight, with its green dot, is great and I can see the dot in even the brightest conditions. Zeroed in and maintained zero after 100 rounds of .223. At half the cost of a SightMark red dot, and 1/10th the cost of an EOTech, both of which are useless to me, I have to sing its praises."
– Ben
4.0 5
"Good value. Very well made, it seems. About 200 rounds with it and it's holding its zero. Red dot is kind of blurred. The dots don't all line up to make a nice circle dot, but what do you expect for something this cheap? The sturdy aluminum makes up for it. Nice buy."
– PooManChoo
4.0 5
"For the money a great little sight. The dot is not as clear as I would like, but it gets the job done. It holds zero. It's mounted on an S&W 22a. Lots of fun and a good deal for the dollar."
– reddog
5.0 5
"Well worth your hard earned money. Many other red dots use a hold screw, after you make your adjustments - this screws up your settings and is very inconvenient. This sight does not use this. It holds its zero after many rounds fired and even when taken off weapon and put back on . Adjustments are crisp and red dot is well focused . Went through a bunch of different sights and was unhappy. Changed all my red dots to this and happy once again"
– Dave
5.0 5
"Bought it to use on sporting rifle. Haven't fired one since 1977 with iron sights...was hitting target with each shot at 200m. I like it."
– Ranger75
4.0 5
"I have the UTG 3x magnifier and this red dot pairs nicely with it. It's also very good as a stand-alone site and a great value for the money."
– playbassken
3.0 5
"I wasn't expecting much, but got a little more than I expected. The front dust cap broke on the first use, but still am able to snap it back on. Mounted it on an ATI Omni AR 15 with no other sights. First trip to the range and my bore sight failed so it took about 15 rounds to set the dot to where the gun was shooting at 75 yards. After that it worked fine for another 40 rounds. Does tend to come loose, but that is to be expected the first time out until locking mechanism sets."
– Jim
5.0 5
"Unexpected, very well made, definitely worth the money. I was sold on it by the positive reviews of others. Very pleased with this purchase. It is to be used on a S&W 22A."
– Bud
4.0 5
"This scope is pretty fair quality for the money. For anyone that wants a scope to pop on at the range or to add a nice look to a firearm I would give it a shot. Of coarse you can spend big bucks and find something better but for 40 dollars it's a dang good little scope. I would for sure go with the QD mount incase it fails in a situation. I have mine on a 887 nitro mag and I'm pleased with the fit and field of view. I would not trust my life on this scope but for a day at the range it can't hurt to have one around."
5.0 5
"Leapers UTG never disappoints!! Solid fit and does whats it's supposed to....gets you on target!! Course you can spend $600 dollars on EOtech if you want....."
– Tarantula
5.0 5
"I am a little old fashion. A 4MOA that holds a nice 4\" pattern at 100 yards is pretty awesome. If you are wanting to spend more for a tighter pattern....dude get a scope....or go ahead and waste your money. I am very happy with the optics on this unit and is well built. The flip up dust covers are very snug and tight as well. Quick release is great if I decide to utilize the open sights."
– Rsmith
4.0 5
"This is a really nice Scope. I mounted it on my Benjamin Break Barrel Pistol using a UTG #PMTOWL mount works good"
1.0 5
"I have had two of these fall apart on me. First one the adjustment knob up top popped off at random. The second would hold zero. They where mounted in the forward position on an AK47 over the gas tube. I guess one of these may hold up better on a rifle with less recoil, but both of my died I can really speak to that."
– Adam