3-9x50 mm CenterPoint Adventure Class Scope

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3-9x50 mm CenterPoint Adventure Class Scope
Bright, sharp image for those fast moving, close in shots (Model: CP395RG)

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$99.99
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Adventure Class scopes come standard with dual illuminated reticles. Which offers a bright, sharp image for those fast-moving, close-in shots. Whether you're shooting at dusk or at dawn, in heavy brush or open field, the Adventure Class will deliver a quick, bright image. Features a Mil-Dot reticle with dual-illumination options.

Technical Specs
SKU CP395RG
Magnification 3 - 9x
Eye Relief No
Objective 50 mm
Battery Included No
Tube Size No
Tube Material No
Turret Clicks No
Exit Pupil No
Turret Caps No
Nitrogen Purged No
Focal Plane No
Turret Locks No
Field of View No
Turret Adjustments No
Mount No
Mountable No
Variable Illumination No
Reticle Illumination No
Reticle Material No
Reticle Type No
Windage No
Parallax Adjustment No
Waterproof No
Parallax No
Lens Covers No
Lens Coating No
Material No
Battery Type No
Rings included? No
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3-9x50 mm CenterPoint Adventure Class Scope is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not Aling I bought the CenterPoint 6-20x50 mm thinking that I would give it a try and the 'scope didn't line up. All of my other 'scopes line up fine. I tried bore sighting the "Tag" 'scope and at the range, but the windage clicks maxed out right and would not go right any further. It comes in a good packaging and it has midrange distance but it just would not click over enough to adjust, way off. Also, if you adjust and it sits too high, then place the cover back on, it pushes down and clicks as you fasten the cover. Bushnell works way, way better than CenterPoint. Returned the product to the store. Thank goodness, the store said that they give refunds.
Date published: 2017-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great! I actually bought the 6x20x50 last week just to sight in my Ruger Precision Rifle in 308 and do initial load development on it until I decide which scope I want for 1000 + yards. I bore sighted it and it was already on paper fresh mounted. At 50 yards I had it on bulls eye in 7 shots. As I was shooting my loads for load development for the rifle it held zero ALWAYS and I shot 13 three shot groups under one inch at 100 yards. 7 of the 13 shots were under .7 inches and a couple were .5 and below and I attest it was (my) error not the scopes. Just not sure what more you could want out of a 84.00 scope at Wal-Mart? The glass is clear as a bell and has very decent low light intake for the price range. I did not use the included mounts so I can not make a comment on them. I used my Rock River Arms one piece mount.
Date published: 2017-11-21
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