4-16x40 mm CenterPoint TAG Scope

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4-16x40 mm CenterPoint TAG Scope
High Powered, Long Range Parallax Adjustable (10 yards to infinity) (Model: LR416AORG2)

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The TAG Series offers reliable rifle scopes that are sure to satisfy even the most demanding hunters and shooters. Every scope in the line comes standard with the new TAG bullet drop compensating reticle and can easily be calibrated to any bullet/load combination and accommodate distances out to 600yds. Featuring crisp, clear optical systems, specially formulated multi-coated lenses and rugged 1” tubes, these scopes deliver high-end performance without the high-end price.

Technical Specs
SKU LR416AORG2
Magnification 4 - 16x
Eye Relief 70-80
Objective 40 mm
Battery Included No
Tube Size No
Tube Material No
Turret Clicks No
Exit Pupil 8.0 - 2.4
Turret Caps Yes
Nitrogen Purged Yes
Focal Plane 2nd
Turret Locks No
Field of View 12.8-3.6
Turret Adjustments Finger
Mount No
Mountable No
Variable Illumination 0-5 Steps
Reticle Illumination Red / Green
Reticle Material Metal
Reticle Type No
Windage +/-25
Parallax Adjustment AO
Waterproof No
Parallax 10 yards - Infinity
Lens Covers No
Lens Coating Multi-Coated
Material No
Battery Type CR2032
Rings included? No
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4-16x40 mm CenterPoint TAG Scope is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hit or miss I had the older version of this scope and had issues with the optics looking white or hazy from 10x to 16x. Sent out back to crosman and they quickly replaced it. Unfortunately the new one isn't much better... I don't get the white haziness but the eye relief is awful from 10x to 16x. I read reviews and several others have had this same issue. Others say that if you get a good one your lucky. Honestly I would rather spend another $60 and get a better scope. Crosmans customer service is excellent... But their scope isn't. From 4 to 8x the optics are fine. Anything higher and I begin to get shadowing. It's sad because this scope really has potential.
Date published: 2017-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pleasantly surprised I was given this scope by my wife last year for my birthday. at first i put it on my savage 340 in 30-30win. it has the weaver two piece mount. Side mounted. this scope proved to be to heavy for that set up. It cause the base screws to back out from the recoil of my hand loads. This scope was originally intended for my savage 110 in 7mm. And it is on that gun as i am typing this. i swapped the old bushnell banner dusk ad dawn 3-9x40 with this optic. I do not shoot factory loads in either of my rifles..period. my hand load for the 7mm is 150gr nosler ballistic tip over 63 gr of imr 4831. my 30-30 hand load is 130-150 grain spire points over 36.5(150 gr)-39.0 gr(130gr) over leverevolution. i shoot spire points out of it only because it is a bolt gun.
Date published: 2017-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding for the price I purchased the AR this weak at $590.00. I wanted a scope pretty bad. But I believe scopes have been around to long to need a $200-400 plus scope to get performance. I picked up this scope for roughly $70.00 at walmart after doing research. I love this scope for the money it brings everything you could want. I zerod at a hundred yards. It barely needed adjustments. The optics worked good the green setting was awesome during the day it very bright out in the desert. I hit clay pigeons, soda cans, paper targets all day with this scope at 100 yards. I will say take your time to figure out your distance between eye and scope then slowly adjust your eye relief and you will be good to hook. I fired 223 and 556x45 and got the same results extremely pleased fit my soldiers budget as a SPC and will buy another when the time is right. Centerpoint thank you for a great scope and for the price.
Date published: 2017-05-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hit or Miss Purchased 2 of them one for my benjamin marauder pistol and its still working. The second one was on my benjamin jim shockey np2 riffle and only lasted me a week. The magnification got stuck at 16x and the parallax stopped working.
Date published: 2017-05-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does as promised Bought this scope for a .22-250 and so far am very happy with it. Have zeroed it in for a couple of different rounds and it seems to respond as intended to the adjustments in windage and elevation. Held zero at 100 yards with 2 different shooters. And the price and warranty are great!
Date published: 2017-11-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Absolutely garbage Mounted this on a ruger american .308 bore sighted it in then took it to the range to get final zero. On the third shot, the reticle fell over inside the scope. Back to Wal-Mart it went.
Date published: 2017-10-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Ok..... I bought this scope few months ago and the reticals rotated on me on my AR talked to crossman and they told me they couldn't warrantee it cause it was not made for ARs????
Date published: 2017-07-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Piece of junk!! But the scope for my Remington 7400 30 ought 6.. yesterday. Shot it 12 times crosshairs fell apart inside scope. I guess you shouldn't use cheap equipment on a good gun.
Date published: 2017-11-21
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