Blackhawk spotters set the standard for portability, optical performance and value. At home in the wild or at the target range, the Blackhawk spotting scope's fully multicoated optics and large objective lens delivers a crisp view. Variable zoom magnifications allow you to lock onto your subject and then zoom in for greater detail. All Blackhawk spotting scopes are 100% waterproof and fogproof, and feature a glare-reducing extendable sunshade. Whichever Blackhawk spotting scope you choose, you can rely on its quality and performance to enhance any viewing experience. Each Blackhawk spotter comes with a hard and soft carrying case, and also a pan head tripod. Backed by Barska's Limited Lifetime Warranty.
|Eye Piece System||Angled|
|Close Focus (ft/m)||26ft/8m|
|Exit Pupil||3mm - 1mm|
|Field of View (ft@1000yds/m@1000m)||110.25ft/36.6m@20x, 52.5ft/17.4m@60x|
|Optical Coating||Fully Multi-Coated|
|Fogproof||Yes (Nitrogen CO2)|
|Product Weight (lbs)||32 oz.|
|Exterior Dimensions (in)||13in x 4in x 6in|
|Included Accessories||Hard and Soft Carrying Case, Tripod and Lens Cloth|
|Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
Everything is excellent quality. The cases are tough and well built.
The traveling bag is a little thin, but for range use the scope is perfect! I use it on a range with 125/250 and 325 yard target lines. I can see bullet holes on paper from .30 and 7.62 hits all the way out now. .22 at 100 yards is also visible. Next time I might choose an eyepiece angled upward. The scope also fits on an old aluminum telescoping base from Germany I inherited from my father-in-law.
Great scope, side by side comparison I can't tell the difference between the barska and the vortex! Glad I saved the dollars.
I purchased this scope to view bullet holes on targets up to 200 yards. My targets are blue silhouettes. If the target is in sunlight, I can see the holes. If overcast, it is very difficult. I suppose "splatter" targets would have been better.
Quality of the scope was fair. The glass is a bit wavy, but still usable up to the 200 yards. Beyond that.... I doubt it.
Also, the tripod is very cheap and flimsy. It does have a standard screw connector, so it could be used with a camera. I had a Nikon tripod and used that.