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Simmons .22 MAG Rifle Scope 4X32 Truplex 1/4 MOA Matte Black

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Simmons .22 MAG Rifle Scope 4X32 Truplex 1/4 MOA Matte Black

How do you improve Americas most popular rimfire scope? By adding some of the innovative features that distinguish Simmons from all the rest. Like our QTA (Quick Target Acquisition) eyepiece with plenty of eye relief to make acquiring targets a snap. And our SureGrip adjustments for easy adjustment, even while wearing gloves. Add our fully coated optics and complete set of mounting rings, and youve got one of the finest, most reliable rimfire riflescopes available anywhere at any price. For big game optics in a rimfire riflescope Simmons .22 MAG is in a class all its own.

Specifications and features:
4x magnification
32mm objective lens
1" main tube
Truplex reticle
8mm exit pupil
21' field of view at 100 yds.
4" eye relief
1/4 MOA adjustments
70" at 100 yds. adjustment range
Parallax setting at 50 yds.
HydroShield multicoated lenses
Quick Target Acquisition, fast focus eyepiece
TrueZero audible click windage and elevation
+/-2 diopter adjustment
Low profile finger adjustments
Maintains zero
SureGrip rubber surface on eyepiece diopter
Waterproof and fogproof
1 piece tube
Lightweight aluminum
8.8 oz.
Black matte
Includes rimfire rings


Item#: 15196
Total number of Reviews: 3

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4.0 5
"I found this scope at this price to be a fair deal even with the extra shipping cost. I mounted this on my 10/22 and took it on a bunny hunt.The pros - EXCELLENT low light gathering. It compared to scopes going for $100+ in this area. Also it did not fog up one bit on a 40 degree day with on and off rain. It held at zero for over 200 rounds of .22LR. The Cons - It is very touchy with the distance from your eye. It has a very small window for full view and must be mounted carefully to fix this. Also it is slightly too powerfull for a .22LR for fast moving targets. It worked fine but a slightly lower power would be better. For still targets and plinking this is a GREAT buy. Just as a side note I mounted this on my AR-15 just to see how it did, it held at zero for over 160 rounds on this rifle and was actually better suited to that gun than the 10/22. Overall for the money I compared it to SEVERAL scopes at the local big box store and it was equal to scopes there selling for close to $100. It's no Leupold, but it was still a good deal. One downside is you WILL NEED new rings. The rings it shipped with were total garbage. I paid an extra $11.73 to buy a set of Leupold rings at the big box mart and it was worth it. Even with the shipping cost and the price of new rings it's worth it."
2.0 5
"Probably about the worst glass I've seen. Blurry around edges. Mine is a few years old they may be better now."
1.0 5
"I bought this scope about five months ago for my Ruger 10\\22. First thing I did was change out the rings . After that I took it to the range and tried zeroing it in at 50 yards. I could not find the paper. Then I tried it at 25 yards and after adjusting the elevation all the way down, I was low still about 6 inches. The adjusting screw popped out of the plastic dial. I was very frustrated and I'm trying to contact them about the warranty. We'll see"