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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2016 9:19 am 
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I bought 2 of these last week. Optical clarity is very good. Adjustments are nice and tight and I do like the screw in lens covers.

Today I'll be trying one out on a TR77 (PAL) and a Benji Trail (formerly PAL). The TR77 is a little violent in comparison to the Benji.
The scope looks a bit big on the TR77, but perfect on a rifle the size of the Benji. Maybe a Bug Buster would be better on the Crosman, we'll see.

They are mounted with UTG 4 screw medium dovetail mounts on the TR and UTG Weaver\Picatinny on the Benji.

I think Pyramid in the U.S. wants 100 bucks for these scopes and Amazon Canada is 180 pre tax, so obviously not Zeiss or Nikon quality here, but I'm never going to put an $800.00 scope on a $200.00 rifle.

Limited lifetime warranty, but only in the U.S. which may or may not be a reason to buy them from Pyramid (I did not).

So I guess we'll go see how they do :)

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Here's one of my favorites .https://m.aliexpress.com/item/32597327037.html
Heavy but optics are clear . I have two and will probably be buying a third shortly. As far as I know all BSA scopes are made in China , so I figured I'd skip the middle man.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2016 2:48 pm 
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Hobbyman2007 wrote:
Here's one of my favorites .https://m.aliexpress.com/item/32597327037.html
Heavy but optics are clear . I have two and will probably be buying a third shortly. As far as I know all BSA scopes are made in China , so I figured I'd skip the middle man.


Over 3 years now since I opened my account :)

Never got time for the Benji, but this was the last 5 with the pellets I had on hand at 25 yards. Benjamin hollow points & the TR77.

I was still making adjustments, but its close enough now I can start testing pellets...3 in the red were the last 3.

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