BARSKA?s new Point Black series is specifically engineered for the .223
caliber bullet with a multi-grain bullet drop compensation chart (B.D.C) on the
exterior elevation knob. The multi-grain B.D.C features three common med to
heavy weight .223 bullet grains: 50 grain, 55 grain and 62 grain. The Point
Black series of riflescopes are engineered to be versatile full featured
riflescopes to be utilized with the large selection of firearms that chamber the
high velocity .223 bullet. Point Black riflescopes work in perfect combination
with such firearms as varmint rifles, bolt action rifles, semiautomatic rifles,
AR-15 / M-16 assault rifles, Mini-14 and ranch rifles. Point Black riflescopes
also feature impressive fully multi-coated optics, high impact rated shockproof
construction, side parallax adjustment, variable low to high power zoom
magnification and a precision 3G reticle. The riflescopes 1? inch main tube
features a shockproof high impact rated design to withstand repeated abuse in
rugged shooting conditions. CO2 dry nitrogen purged and o-ring sealed for
complete waterproof / fogproof protection. Point Black scopes include lens
covers, flipup scope caps and are backed by BARSKA?s Limited Lifetime
The long and short of it by Twolazy on 2011-09-13 12:20:03
4 of 5 - Good
Looks like a good buy for the dollars, very clear and sharp. Seems to be well a built product.
The adjustment pod is really located in a poor spot (too far north of the center of the scope) for a fixed carry handled AR15. Using the Barska carry handle rail, you have to mount it too far to the rear and lose eye relief. Mounting the scope to achieve the proper eye relief and you’ll run out of rail on the front end. While not an insurmountable problem, it is nonetheless a problem. This scope is better suited to the flat top AR’s with a riser.
Until I figure out how to mount it properly on the AR, and keep a respectable looking rifle I have it mounted on a Kel Tec SU16.
Field of View (ft@100yds/m@100m)
Side Parallax Adjustments.Easy grip target-style windage and elevation adjustments