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Tasco Target and Varmint 6-24X42 Riflescope Mil-Dot Reticle 1/4 MOA Black Matte VAR624X42M

 
Tasco
VAR624X42M
046162080443
32044
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$76.87
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Specifications and features:
6-24x magnification
42mm objective lens
True mil-dot reticle
7mm exit pupil at 6x
1.8mm exit pupil at 24x
13' to 3.7' field of view at 100 yds.
3" eye relief
1/4 MOA windage and elevation
Glove-grip turrets
Parallax setting from 15' to infinity
SuperCon fully coated multi-layered lenses
Eyebell focus
1" tube
19.6 oz.
16" long
Waterproof, fogproof and shockproof
Nitrogen-purged and O-ring sealed
Black matte finish
Warranty

For warranty issues, contact Tasco at 800-423-3537 

Item#: 9-58492,7-VAR624X42M,6-0919537,3-0919537,32044
Total number of Reviews: 13

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4.0 5
"Its a nice scope and its worth the money.Its only about $70 and it has very clear lenses.Over all its a great value and a pretty nice scope."
– jh123456789
5.0 5
"I'm Sammy Salsa from chicopee, MA. I bought a sweet Savage 243 rifle that is bolt action and for lefties! It is my dream come true! Finally I found a scope that isn't too expensive but certainly right on the money. Boy, let me tell you... since the first shot I took at 25 yards I set the scope in just one try. Then I move to fifty yards and it was perfect! But, when I went to 200 yards that really took the cake. I recommend this the Tasco 6x24x42mm Varmint scope for not just this rifle but for all rifles! ^__^ Now i can serously get down and take that great shot i always wanted!"
– sammy salsa
5.0 5
"I have purchased three Tasco Target scopes and each has been a super buy.I mounted two of them on Savage 110 LE medium heavy barreled rifles in .308.Both have held under an inch groups at 100yards.I have shot 1.5\" to 2\" groups at 200 yards using Federal 168 grHPBT match ammo.You can buy more expensive brands and there is nothing wrong with that, if the brand name is a big deal to you, but hey the average joe shmuckatelly has a wife and family with a budget.The minimal gain in accuracy if any that you obtain from spending more hard earned dollars for a scope costing 3-4 timesis not worth it. Save your money for ammo, go to range and practice holding and sqeezing. That is where you make those important shots count.It is not the noise we make but the accuracy of each well placed round that matters.Semper Fi"
– Danny; Ol'Jarhead
4.0 5
"My son found this scope in Cheaper Than Dirt and showed it to me. I moved the scope from my Browning 22-250 to a higher powered rifle. I needed a new scope and was looking at medium priced scopes, $200 to $300. My son was so excited about the scope, I ordered it. It set for months because I thought that it was not good enough. Well, I finally mounted the scope and tested it. At 100 yards I could clearly see my hits. I could see the hits better than much more expensive scopes. The accuracy was excellent. All groups were around one inch or less. Both me and my son were able to shoot great groups. I am excited and very happy. It is a great product at a dirt cheap price."
– Stan
5.0 5
"Based on its price and Tasco\uFFFDs so-so reputation I didn\uFFFDt expect much when I purchased this scope. I was just looking for something to put on my .22 WMR plinking rifle. Much to my surprise this scope offers bright and clear optics, adjustable parallax, and windage and elevation adjustments that hold true shot after shot. Scope is easily affordable for the average Joe at $70, and it is a very good value for the money. I\uFFFDve used friends\uFFFD rifles with $200 \uFFFD $800 scopes, and I can\uFFFDt tell any difference between them and my Tasco when shooting out to 200 \uFFFD 250 yards. I honestly can't imagine spending more money for those extremely pricey big name brands unless you're into competitive shooting contests where the slightest edge is the difference between winning and losing, or your job description includes \uFFFDlife on the line\uFFFD assignments."
– 1ShotShootEmDead
5.0 5
"People always tell me that Tasco is a brand that doesn't have a very nice reputation for quality. I beg to differ. I bought a 30.06 and it came with a Simmons scope that would not stay zeroed. I would sight it in, walk from the range to my deer stand, and shoot two feet over a deer at 100 yards. Out of frustration I \"borrowed\" the Tasco scope off my dad's .22 mag and never missed a deer. It held it's zero until the day I gave it back to my dad. I recently bought this scope for my .17 and at 50 yards I am shooting the thumbtacks out of the target paper and nailing the .17 cases at 25 yards. Very nice scope and holds a zero even after an extremely rough ride in the bottom of an aluminum boat. I would certainly recommend this scope."
– Matt
5.0 5
"As usual Tasco has exceeded my expectations. The scope has excellent clear optics. For the price, you can\uFFFDt beat it. The optic is right on the money at the firing range. It\uFFFDs nice to get a good scope for a reasonably good price without paying 600 or 700 hundred dollars. Thanks CTD."
– Long Range
5.0 5
"I ordered this scope for an early christmas present and sighted it in today. It is remarkably clear at 100 yrds and can easily read print 1/4\". Work great too shootin' some does with it tomorrow after I count how many eyelashes they have."
– abrown
2.0 5
"I saw the reviews and thought it would be \"worth\" it. Maybe I'm just a snob, but the crosshairs did not line up with the turrets. If the crosshairs didn't sit at 1&7 instead of 12&6 I could have lived with the poor light transfer and parallax... There is glue on the outside of the tube??? Requesting a RMA in the morning!"
– Mr. FAIR REVIEW
5.0 5
"This scope is well worth the money. I bought it to replace the piece of junk that came with my 30-06 and boy was it great. At 100 yards I had no problem seeing my hits and at 500 the mill dots made it almost too easy to hit the bulls eye, but my friend claims that is the sniper in me coming out. I recommend this to anyone who needs to reach out and touch something."
– survivor
1.0 5
"Defective, right out of the box. Elevation won't adjust. Not only is it a waste of money, it's a waste of time dealing with returns and inconvenience too. Don't buy."
– sanfran
5.0 5
"awesome scope PERIOD. bought this for my savage 64 (.22lr). you need some high profile scope rings to mount this scope. front focus adjustment allows for easy range estimation (a big plus when deciding where to hold at different ranges) CONS: the only con after a 500rd brick: be very careful of the razor sharp edges on the zoom ring near the rear of the scope. i've removed a layer or two of skin learning how not to release the bolt. . . performance: very clear picture during day AND Night (shot at a coyote at night that got too close out in the country) holds zero extremely well even after bumping the scope by setting down, packing, ect. . ."
– JayZarkara
4.0 5
"mounted to a savage 64 (.22lr) fired a 1000rd brick and had a couple problems. (1) adjustment knobs came loose and would not adjust the scope after about 500 rds. needed a very small allen key wrench to tighten. (2) beyond 100yrds you can not see your .22lr holes to reference follow-up shots. pros: holds zero very well. consistently made 0.75 inch groups at 50yrds. unknown how this would cope with a larger caliber"
– JayZarkara