10 Comments

  1. Oe Downing on July 24, 2022 at 7:36 pm

    Neat video…

  2. Stephen Jenkins on July 24, 2022 at 7:54 pm

    What size lens covers did you get for it

  3. Justin Perry on July 24, 2022 at 7:55 pm

    Completely different experience with my scope. 50 yards away not one single shot landed on paper. Luckily I had a really good spotter lead me on target. I have mine mounted on a Ruger precision 6.5

  4. Michael White on July 24, 2022 at 7:57 pm

    Glad to see this optic getting some attention. I bought one right when they first came out. The performance is excellent. Glass is on par with optics costing nearly 10x more. Only down side is the reticle has no information. Mine is on a 16" RF 300 Blackout.

  5. Talking Sheet on July 24, 2022 at 8:02 pm

    Are you still liking the scope? Is the recticle illuminated? Do you suggest the 1-6 in same model?

  6. Guntario on July 24, 2022 at 8:06 pm

    I just put one of these on my Ruger PC carbine . Its nice and clear like the 6x mag setting paired with the green dot . has a nice reticle

  7. Antonio Bustamante on July 24, 2022 at 8:16 pm

    do they make this in a first focal plane

  8. supersexyfatguy on July 24, 2022 at 8:22 pm

    I have the Cabela’s AR 4x-12x scope and it seems to be pretty great for $200. A bit heavy though, not sure if it’s the scope body or the mount.

  9. shallnotbeinfringed AmericanslivesMatter on July 24, 2022 at 8:22 pm

    The only reason it was a bad video was because of your camera crew and I use that term loosely

  10. netminderchuck on July 24, 2022 at 8:26 pm

    I have a Trijicon MRO on my Colt M-4 that is awesome for what it is designed to do. However, it isn’t the best thing for hunting coyotes at night using red light. I didn’t want to go for a "hunting" scope because I still want a 1X optic for close-range work until I get another AR. I looked at Vortex, Nikon, and Bushnell 1-4X to 1-6X second focal plane scopes because they are in my price range for non-critical applications. The guy at Cabela’s asked me if I knew about their AR optics, and showed them to me. All things considered, and without getting to field test any of them, I decided on the Cabela’s 1-4X AR scope since it had plenty of features for 150 bucks, and I’m not hung up on brand names. The scope mount that comes with it is a little heavy compared to more expensive mounts, but it does the job. The front ring even has a mini-picatinny rail that could be used to mount a small red dot optic, like a Burris Fast Fire. The adjustments are quick and easy, and the battery life is good, as long as you remember to turn off the illuminated reticle, if used. For the ranges I hunt at, 4X is plenty of magnification. I haven’t drop tested it, and I don’t plan on it, but it seems to be as well-built as the other scopes I looked at. I’m happy with it so far. Now if the coyotes would cooperate, that would be nice.

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