non locking turrets, andJune 4 2012 at 9:29 PM
bill price in VA (Login -bp)
Response to scope
front focus, straight objective end.
their newer (and i guess 'improved') model has the non-locking turrets. i never cared for the locks, because they locked the turrets and not the crosshairs
after two days of continuous shooting (maybe 500 shots) there was no zero shift at any of the distances from 10y to 50y in 5y increments. that included first shot of the day, coming out of an airconditioned kitchen into a nice warm summer day, then with the gun resting in the bright sun, then in the deep shade.
this is one i bought after crosman told me they were going to ship me a replacement as soon as one became available. i needed a 2nd scope anyway, and i wanted to shoot this weekend. i felt that if they were confident enough that this replacement would solve my problem, i was confident enough to go buy one while the replacement was enroute. i am not disappointed.
it's sharp, bright, and won't rangefind any better (or any worse) than any other scope with the same magnification and objective diameter. even a swarovski would have identical depth of field.