Aside from the illumination quitting... I did notice some distortion in the scope with some fish eye effect. Also, the 1x setting is very close to 1x but with the distortion it is not as clear as my Bresser that functions like a red dot scope on 1X. Another quirk I ran into was the eyepiece adjustment for getting the reticule in focus for the shooter. The eye-bell / focus for the scope appears to be somewhat loose and allows for the reticule to wiggle inside the scope. This can possibly change the point of impact. I hope my sample was just a bad apple and not representative of this scope.
I found this reticule very easy to use. I was able to consistently hit my targets out to 400 yards with little effort other than trigger control. Once I receive my replacement, I will work on farther distances. I am keeping my fingers crossed for my replacement to be much better because I really like this ACSS reticule and the over all price point of the scope.
ACSS "Advanced Combined Sighting System" combining Bullet Drop Compensation, Range Estimation, Wind and Leads in one easy to use system.
|My Grouping at 400 yards with magnification set to 6x. Factory 55g FMJ 5.56 NATO|
Scope Specs: Specifications & Features
Tube Diameter: 30mm
Exit Pupil: 10mm at 1X, 4mm at 6x
Eye Relief: 4.5 in. at 1X, 4 in. at 6x
Field of View:
115 feet @ 100 yards at 1X
19.2 feet @ 100 yards at 6X
Click Value: .5 MOA
Length: 10.75 inches
Net Weight: 17.4 oz.
Red Partial Illumination
Fast Focus Eyepiece
Front and rear flip caps included
2nd Focal Plane
3 year warranty