I purchased this scope on 2-23-14. I just mounted to my riffle and went to the range yesterday 3-26-15. I started to make adjustments after my first group or rounds I adjusted the windage and then tried to adjust the elavation with no success. The adjustment turns but without making an adjustment. I live in the San Fransisco bay area. Can I take it to a dealer close by for maybe warranty repair. This seam to be a case of part failure. Thank you in advance for your help. Mike McGovern ON 132395997
Ok I do not respond much to reviews. But this is in reply to Mr Macho Jar Head Expert. Lets see I have had 3 no 5 of these scopes on the following Savage 12 varmit 223/ savage 22 mako/savage 243 12 varmit /savage 17hmr varmit and last a rem 700bdl 243. Never had a problem with any of them Oh and for the record Mr expert the savage 223 and rem 243 were shot twice a week in bench rest comp in the central Pa area. For 3 years. Now I would say that is as bout a good a field test as you get. I have the awards and money in the bank to back this up. Bench class were factory gun 223 shot 200/300/400yds Rem 200yds hunting class. A lot of club members with NiteForce scopes ate crow This scope was always clear at all setting never ever lost zero and accurate shots require a fine dot. So as for Mr expert what the hell do you think RINGS come on was shocked he did not *** about having to mount and sight it. Oh and for the record Qualification NRA pistol Expert state team *** I hate a blow hard I guess thats why I just bought a 6th one for a CZ455. I will say I have a Barska on a new savage VLP 243 40x and above 38 it is a bit cloudy around edges But I dont use the edge target is in the center Ok I will shut up now DEFINITION EXPERT Ex is a has been Spurt a drip under pressure GET IT...
Barska 6.5-20x50 Adjustable Objective Varmint Rifle Scope
With this easy to use waterproof varmint rifle scope, you're sure to never miss a shot. The optical equipment on this Adjustable Objective Varmint Rifle Scope is waterproof, shockproof and fog proof and is ideal for varmint hunting and target shooting.
- Never miss a shot with a Barska 6.5-20x50 Adjustable Objective Varmint Rifle Scope
- Optical equipment is waterproof, fogproof and shockproof
- Camping and outdoor item offers multi-coated optics for clear images
- 1-inch tube construction
- Adjustable objective lens to adjust for parallax
- 1/8 MOA click adjustments
- Large objective lens for increased light transmission
- Quick access magnification zoom ring
- Designed for long-range and precision shooting
- Ideal for varmint hunting and target shooting
- Target dot reticle
- Scope caps included
- Measures 16 inches long x 2.4 inches wide x 2.9 inches deep
|Material||Aluminum Glass Metal Plastic|
|Magnification||20 - 30X|
|Objective Lens||50 - 59mm|
|Dimensions||16 in. L x 2.4 in. W x 2.9 in. D|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|Materials||Glass, metal, aluminum, plastic|
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Ok I do not respond much to reviews. But this is in reply to Mr Macho Jar Head Expert. Lets see I have had 3 no 5 of these scopes on the following Savage 12 varmit 223/ savage 22 mako/savage 243 12 varmit /savage 17hmr varmit and last a rem 700bdl 243. Never had a problem with any of them Oh and for the record Mr expert the savage 223 and rem 243 were shot twice a week in bench rest comp in the central Pa area. For 3 years. Now I would say that is as bout a good a field test as you get. I have the awards and money in the bank to back this up. Bench class were factory gun 223 shot 200/300/400yds Rem 200yds hunting class. A lot of club members with NiteForce scopes ate crow This scope was always clear at all setting never ever lost zero and accurate shots require a fine dot. So as for Mr expert what the hell do you think RINGS come on was shocked he did not *** about having to mount and sight it. Oh and for the record Qualification NRA pistol Expert state team *** I hate a blow hard I guess thats why I just bought a 6th one for a CZ455. I will say I have a Barska on a new savage VLP 243 40x and above 38 it is a bit cloudy around edges But I dont use the edge target is in the center Ok I will shut up now DEFINITION EXPERT Ex is a has been Spurt a drip under pressure GET ITRead More
Cheap plastic knob covers. Made in China! Barska claims Quality since 1994. Website says been in California since 1994. Nowhere on there site do they say anything about CHINA..( Made my point.) Scope is heavy. Hope it is shock proof, as it claims. Mounting it on .300 win. mag. No rings come with it!! 1'' tube. Got to track down rings... Inconvenient!!! Clear up to 18x, then it gets foggy. The target "dot" is a smudge on the cross hairs. The quick focus eye piece isn't quick! Had to fight with it to get it loose. The Varmint 6.5-20X50AO ring, isn't even screwed in to the bell. The AO, doesn't change the focus at any range. This is hardly a target/varmint scope. It's a cheap immitation of a rifle scope. Second thought... I'm returning this scope. It's not worth the aggrivation. I'm an Honorably Discharged U.S. Marine, 22yrs Certified NRA Instructor, 21 yrs Tennessee Dept. of Safety Certified Weapons Instructor and I owned the largest Custom Gun business in Nashville, Tn. during the 90's. Folks I know guns!Read More
Purchased the scope and was happy to see it arrive withing a few days. Easy to use. Remember if you buy this scope it will arrive WITHOUT scope mounts.Read More
I ordered this item as a gift and it arrived in excellent time for the occasion. The recipient likes the item and says it is just what he wanted. No complaints. This product functions well and is well made for a reasonably priced item.Read More
I bought it for my son for his airsoft rifle and he loves it! Great price and can beautifully packaged. Thanks Overstocks!!Read More
Many times, people complain that a high-power scope is blurry at full magnification. This usually occurs when you attempt to view an object too close for that power, or the exit objective hasn't been dialed with proper range. I have tested the Barska 6.5-20x50 Adjustable Objective Varmint Rifle Scope at 50 yards, and 1000 yards, and it was capable of clear focus at 20x power. For the price, it's worth having.Read More
seems to be well constructed, glass looks good, cross hairs are very fine. looking forward to sighting it in.Read More
Nice clear scope. It is excellent quality for the price. Would recommendRead More
Mounted on a Savage 25 in .223. Not much recoil so I can't rate on a larger caliber. I'm satified with the accuracy.Read More
own many rifles and many scopes, this one is just fine. very clear, good focus, i took my weaver off of one rifle and my nikon off of another and replaced them with this.in my opinion its just perfect for the value.Read More
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Will this scope work on a light weight 50 bmg rifle with a large amount of recoil.
Hello CaseyofTTown, I hope your day is going well. This is designed for smaller caliber rifle. Thank you for shopping with us.
what of the scope mounting is that extra or come with it?
Hello tmetz003, Thank you for inquiring about the Barska 6.5-20x50 Adjustable Objective Varmint Rifle Scope. Yes the mount is separate. Thank you for shopping with us.
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