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Monstrum Tactical 3-9x32 Rifle Scope with Rangefinder Reticle and Offset Reversible Scope Rings
Monstrum Tactical 3-9x32 Rifle Scope with Rangefinder Reticle and Offset Reversible Scope Rings
Manufacturer : Monstrum Tactical
Amazon Price : $69.95
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Avg. Customer Rating:4 of 5.0
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Product Description
The rings mount to any flat top Picatinny rail equipped rifle. High profile in height, it measures 0.8 inches from the base of the mount to the bottom of the rings. Constructed from aerospace aluminum, the rings are both lightweight and durable. Each ring is 2.25 inches in total length and weighs 2.5 ounces in weight. The scope rings are finished in black.
Product Details
  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Monstrum Tactical
  • Product Features
  • Tactical rifle scope providing crystal clear targeting at 3-9x magnification, with a 32mm objective diameter and an eye relief of 3.5-3.8 Inches
  • Glass mil-dot reticle for on-the-fly range estimation and long distance targeting
  • Lever controlled reticle illumination in both red and green with multiple brightness intensities
  • Includes set of 1 inch offset reversible scope rings for optimum scope placement
  • Aircraft grade aluminum construction with a 1 inch sealed, nitrogen charged tube for resistance to water and fog
  • Customer Reviews

    Most helpful customer reviews

    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful.
    4Good value!
    By toolness1
    I am very happy with this scope for the money. I can't speak as to the longevity of it, but I am happy with the quality, the mount/rings, and the clarity of the glass.

    I used a FAT Wrench torque driver, a level, and blue loctite when I mounted it. I used a cheap and cruddy cartridge bore sight at home to get it on paper, and it did work but only because I use a huge cardboard backing for my targets at the range. It was about 3 feet high and a foot left at 50 yards. Used Tula to get it close, then dialed it in exactly with my reloads. Seems to be holding zero so far, but that's only one range trip.

    The eye relief definitely should be longer. It's not really a problem, but you do spend a second getting your eye relief lined up so you can see OK. Longer eye relief would be a plus, but you can't really complain for 70 bucks.

    If I had it to do over, I would have gotten something with 12 power and longer eye relief, but this will do the job nicely. All I use my rifle for is punching holes in paper.

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
    4First time I took it to the rage the crosshairs were a good 4+ inches off at 25 yards
    By Snadzies
    I bought this for my Mossberg MVP Patrol in 5.56.

    After a few trips to the range and 200-250 rounds total I have not had any issues with the scope yet.
    First time I took it to the rage the crosshairs were a good 4+ inches off at 25 yards.
    After getting things lined up it has stayed on target through my trips to the range.

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
    4can't go wrong for the money
    By Justin
    great product for the price. mounted on my ar15, was shooting 2-3 MOA at 100 yards, could probably be tighter if not for my amateur shooting. my friends were hitting frying pans and water bottles at 200 yards with it. i really like that it can be used without illumination in case the battery dies. fired 200 rounds and no issues so far. comes with scope mounts and battery included. my only minor issue is when the crosshairs are aligned to form a straight + sign, the cut shade angle in the front is slightly off centered. no big deal, just brings out my OCD nature.

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