Performance that soars beyond your expectations! The Blackhawk Spotting Scope Series sets the standard for portability, optical performance, and value. At home at the target range or in the wild, the Blackhawk Spotter's Multi-coated optics and large objective lens delivers amazing clarity for the perfect viewing experience. Variable zoom magnifications allow you to lock on to your subject then zoom in for a more detailed look. Blackhawk Spotting Scopes feature complete waterproof and fogproof protection, and are coated in a protective rubber armor to safeguard it against impact. This Blackhawk Spotting Scope comes equipped with a compact tripod, hard case, and soft carrying case, and is backed by Barska's Limited Lifetime Warranty.
|Eye Piece System||Straight|
|Close Focus (ft/m)||23/7|
|Eye Relief||18mm@20x, 15mm@60x|
|Exit Pupil||3mm@20x, 1mm@60x|
|Field of View (ft@1000yds/m@1000m)||91/30@20x, 45/15@60x|
|Fogproof||Yes (Nitrogen CO2)|
|Product Weight (lbs)||2.86 lbs|
|Included Accessories||Hard and Soft Carrying Case, Tripod and Lens Cloth|
|Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
This is a decent scope for the range. You can easily see where you're hitting at 100-200 yards. I like that it comes with both a hard and soft case. The tripod could be heavier but it works.
I shoot .223 at the range and I have no trouble spotting with this scope. I only go up to 200 yards but depending on your round size and eyesight, this scope can probably see up to 300+ yards. It’s not a perfect scope and does get dimmer towards the higher mags, but for the price, this is great and gets the job done without burning a hole in my wallet.
I recently purchased a Barska 20-60x60 spotting scope, and have been absolutely amazed by the quality, especially for the price. Friends and family feel the same way. It is easy to operate and of a solid construction. It gave me clear views of a hawk perched on a tree hundreds of yards away, and of objects on mountain peaks in the next valley. At night, I looked at the moon and the detail of the craters and shadows was nothing short of amazing. That's when I mounted it on a large tripod and decided to point it towards Jupiter on an exceptionally clear night when the planet was directly overhead. I could see 4 of the moons and could even faintly make out Jupiter's cloud bands. If it can see astronomical objects this well, you can be confident that it will help you find your trophy buck or view your long-distance shooting target.