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ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope
ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope

ohhunt LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR First Focal Plane Hunting Riflescope Side Parallax Glass Etched Reticle Lock Reset Scope

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Brand Name: ohhunt
Type: RIFLE
Origin: CN(Origin)
Model Number: LR FFP 4.7-28X50 SFIR
Function: Lens
Type: FFP Rifle scopes
Optical Coating: Fully multi-coated optics
Color: Black
Reticle Construction: Glass Etched Reticle
Parallax Adjustment: Side Parallax Adjustment
Windage/Elevation Lock: Yes
Focal Plane: First Focal Plane
Illuminated Reticle: Red
Fogproof/Shockproof: Yes
Country of origin: China(mainland)

  • Magnification:4.7X-28X
  • Objective Lens (mm):50
  • Net Weight(g):860
  • Length(mm):338 with Sunshade 414mm
  • One—piece Tube: Yes
  • Eye Relief(inch):3.14-4.13
  • Tube Diameter(mm):30
  • Field of View (ft@100yds) :25.6ft@4.7x-4.26ft@28x
  • Click Value:1/8 MOA
  • Max.Elevation/Windage(moa): 60 (Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA from center.)
  • Parallax Setting:15 to Inf

Customer Reviews

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Incredibly good value

Very, very well built scope.
Most aspects of this glass leave far more expensive articles in the dust.
For the customer, the limitations need to be made clear, however.
The turrets work well (see later) and respond precisely to adjustments.
The sight is clear, but not as good as scopes that are in a different class of expense, obviously.
I had an anger episode comparing it's very low light capabilities with an other scope with very nearly the same objective aperture. That episode abated once I made myself aware of the fact the other one cost about 15 times as much. This one isn't bad, it simply doesn't offer the very limit of low light visibility the competitor does. It's fine in twilight, picking up a clear sight picture from scattered light is not it's forte.
Tracking is works great and returns to zero any time.
Zeroing is imperfect, because, yes, the turrets can be taken off, but no, there is no fine grained way of putting them back on. The gears the turrets match to have a couple of dozen teeth, whatever the position closest to the zero mark that you can fit the turret back on is where it's indicated zero is going to be. Unless you're willing to use a pen on the outside of the scope to mark your own zero for the gun, this could be improved.
I never really check for parallax accuracy, I just twist until it looks right, but I haven't observed any problems with deviation between magnification focus and parallax adjusted focus, for what it's worth.
The reticle is clear, but not overly thin at 28 magnification, that's the price you pay for it being visible at 5x, too. At the brightest setting, illumination is invisible against well lit background, but there the black reticle will do fine. On poorly lit background,there are 6 adjustment steps with an OFF between each of them.
Being aware of this scope's disadvantages, I own two of them. Need I say more?
BUY, if you can live with the limitiations, forget it if you can't.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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100%
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H.
Incredibly good value

Very, very well built scope.
Most aspects of this glass leave far more expensive articles in the dust.
For the customer, the limitations need to be made clear, however.
The turrets work well (see later) and respond precisely to adjustments.
The sight is clear, but not as good as scopes that are in a different class of expense, obviously.
I had an anger episode comparing it's very low light capabilities with an other scope with very nearly the same objective aperture. That episode abated once I made myself aware of the fact the other one cost about 15 times as much. This one isn't bad, it simply doesn't offer the very limit of low light visibility the competitor does. It's fine in twilight, picking up a clear sight picture from scattered light is not it's forte.
Tracking is works great and returns to zero any time.
Zeroing is imperfect, because, yes, the turrets can be taken off, but no, there is no fine grained way of putting them back on. The gears the turrets match to have a couple of dozen teeth, whatever the position closest to the zero mark that you can fit the turret back on is where it's indicated zero is going to be. Unless you're willing to use a pen on the outside of the scope to mark your own zero for the gun, this could be improved.
I never really check for parallax accuracy, I just twist until it looks right, but I haven't observed any problems with deviation between magnification focus and parallax adjusted focus, for what it's worth.
The reticle is clear, but not overly thin at 28 magnification, that's the price you pay for it being visible at 5x, too. At the brightest setting, illumination is invisible against well lit background, but there the black reticle will do fine. On poorly lit background,there are 6 adjustment steps with an OFF between each of them.
Being aware of this scope's disadvantages, I own two of them. Need I say more?
BUY, if you can live with the limitiations, forget it if you can't.