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Bushnell Banner Rifle Scope
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Bushnell Banner Rifle Scope Matte scope designed to excel in early-morning and late-evening light. Featuring Dusk & Dawn Brightness (DDB) multi-coated lenses for clarity and brightness in low light.
Bushnell Banner Rife Scope is designed to excel in early-morning and late-evening light. Featuring Dusk & Dawn Brightness (DDB) multi-coated lenses for clarity and brightness in low light. One-piece tube design, the Banner Dusk & Dawn line includes a full assortment of specialty scopes for big-game, varmint, .22 rimfire, slug, black powder and turkey hunting.
- Bushnell Banner Rifle Scope Multi-coated optics
- One-piece tube
- 100% waterproof/fogproof construction
- Dry-nitrogen filled
- 1/4 M.O.A. fingertip, resettable
- windage and elevation adjustment
- Fast-focus eyepiece
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- Adequate Power
- Easy To Adjust
- Easy To Install
This is a great scope. I went into Sportsmans over 20 years ago intent on spending 500 dollars or more on a scope for my ruger m77 3006. After spending over an hour checking out all the scores available that day, I finally selected the Bushnell banner in 3x9x40. After countless hunts where I carrried this rifle countless miles on my 4 wheeler, in the scabbard on a horse, Over my shoulder and behind the seat in my truck, it never let me down. Not even once. I recently tried an upgrade to an expensive Nikon because I wanted a little higher power. Maybe it's just what I'm used to, but the banner is better all around. I will be taking it off my 22 and putting it back in the ol aught 6.
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The quality of the image through this scope is actually quite good for the price. However, I mounted this on a Ruger mini-14 ranch model (5.56/223). Then I proceeded to sight in the scope. Initially both turrets clicked with each turn as expected. But in a very short time, the elevation turret stopped clicking during turns. It still had resistance (so it's not like it spun freely). Tnerefore I did not think much of it. But I kept having trouble getting this zeroed in.
The symptom was I would get it sighted in, and then within less than a dozen more rounds, it would be way off again. I ended up wasting a couple hundred rounds before I noticed that the elevation turret was actually turning ON ITS OWN, during each shot. While troubleshooting the problem, I made note of the turret position when I finally got it near zeroed. Then I shot even six more rounds and looked at the turret position again. This is when I noticed the turret was creeping every single shot (based on its own internal spring tension, I suppose).
It's possible this was just a defective unit. But as the turrets did initially click for short time and seemingly 'lock' into place, consider this: Do you want to own a scope that may work ok during the warranty period, and then fail after the warranty may expire? As in my case, I wasted far more money on ammo than I would have spent in upgrading to a better scope in the first place.
This scope might be ok if you have a lower vibration firearm.
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|Item #||Length||Weight||Finish||Magnification||Objective Diameter (mm)||Reticle||Brand||Price||Quantity|
|310474||12 in.||15 oz.||Matte Black||4x-12||40.0||Multi-X||Bushnell||