Barska's Tactical Rifle Scope Series is well equipped with 1/4 MOA click value adjustment of the windage and elevation turrets. Barska's proprietary Accu-Lock system securely locks the inner tube on all Tactical Series scope models for maximum control and accuracy shot after shot. The fully multicoated optics furnish high-contrast, bright seeing with minimal aberration. Backed by Barska's Limited Lifetime Warranty, with two 5/8 inch mounting rings, a black matte finish, and included flip-up scope caps.
|Tube Diameter||1 in|
|Eye Relief||4.4 inch|
|Click Value||1/4 MOA|
|Field of View(ft@100yds / m@100m)||23ft/7.7m@4x, 5.7ft/1.9m@16x|
|Reticle||Illuminated First Focal Plane Mil-Dot|
|Reticle Color||Green / Black|
|Reticle Construction||Glass Etched|
|Optical Coating||Fully Multi-Coated|
|Adjustment Knob||Windage, Elevation, Side Parallax, and Adjustable Rheostat|
|Product Weight (lbs)||22.93 oz.|
|Battery Life||One CR2032 3V Lithuim Battery, Included|
|Included Accessories||Mounting Rings, Battery and Lens Cloth|
|Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
I mounted the scope on a .308 with the included rings. I zeroed it at 50 yards with 168 gr. match ammo. The outside temperature was 80 degrees F. The optics were clear. The windage and elevations adjustments were accurate and the clicks were clear and crisp. The reticle focus ring moved smoothly, worked as it should and held the focus without the addition of a locking ring. The Parallax adjustment knob moved smoothly as well. The illuminated reticle adjustment knob is tight to turn but works well adjusting from dim to bright. I noticed that once illumination is turned on, the knob has to be turned in the same direction (increasing the brightness) before it turns off. In other words, the knob appears to turn only in one direction. I say "appears" because I did not want to force it in the opposite direction for fear of breaking it. Shooting the scope at 100 yards gave similar results.