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Tasco Rimfire Rifle Scope 3-7x20, 30/30 Reticle, Gloss RF37X20D

 
Tasco
RF37X20D
046162080177
31236
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$16.97
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Variable-power performance for added versatility and shooting longer ranges. Features a 30/30 reticle, gloss finish.

Specifications and Features
Power/Obj. Lens (mm): 3-7x20mm
Field of View (ft.@100yds./m@100m): 24' - 11'/ 8 - 3.7
Exit Pupil (mm): 6.7mm @3x/2.9mm @7
Lens Coating: MML
Focus Type: Eyebell
Parallax Setting (yds./m): 50/45.7
Eye Relief (in./mm): 2.5/63
Reticle Type: 30/30 TV
Windage/Elevation: 0.25
Tube Dia.: 3/4"
Weight (oz./g): 5.7/161.6
Length (in./mm): 11.5/292
Finish: Gloss 

Item#: 2-TARF37X20D,6-0919560,3-0919560,31236
Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"I purchased this scope from CTD.com about a year ago, I must say it exceeded my expectations, I purchased it as a temp but soon changed my mind.I have had it on my Remington 597 for about a year, it holds it zero and is very clear with a nice wide field of view, and you can see the price is much more than fair as well, so if your thinking about it BUY IT!!!"
– KA
5.0 5
"If you're just looking for an inexpensive optic to put on your airgun or .22, then this works great. I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of the scope for the price. I give it a solid 5!"
– AJ
2.0 5
"I've had this scope for about 10 years now. I've used it on both my Crosman 2100 pellet gun, and later on my Henry 22 lever action.For the money, it's an OK scope. Using the variable power function WILL change the point of impact. I've ended up just leaving it on 7x. Will not hold zero if bumped.I've killed numerous small game using this scope. With that said, I've also missed a lot of small game because the zero moved and I had to sight it back in.If you are looking for an inexpensive scope and absolutely cannot spend any more money on a scope, this will get the job done. If you can spend an extra 20 - 30 bucks, It'd really be worth getting one in the 40 - 50 dollar range."
– Jon