5039's, ATP-61/65, and Burris.....September 9 2017 at 8:41 AM
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I've had one 5039 for years and they have held up well. Other have mentioned that they haven't had such good luck. The ATP's work well but are expensive. I like the Burris for their simplicity...read lack of adjustment screws. None of these has failed though.
Shooting a centered scope on a springer, in my exerience, does seem to help the longevity of the scope. None of my scopes are what I would concider cheapies though and quality of build probably comes into play. For "clicking" to zero keeping the scope more in the center of its' adjustment can only help prolong the life of the scope especially if zeroing at longer ranges where more elevation is needed.