AIM Sports® 10 - 40x56 mm Extreme Tactical Scope with BONUS 30 mm Tactical Rings

Item # TOPX-217830

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Accuracy amplified! AIM Sports® 10-40x56mm Military-spec Tactical Scope with BONUS 30mm Tactical Rings, BIG BUCKS OFF!

Performance sizzle for your shots! Split hairs when you outfit your gun with this cutting edge Military-spec Riflescope for precision tactical results. Designed for durability and reliability in any situation, and BIG BUCKS OFF!

You'll appreciate this excellence for years of prime sharpshooting:
  • Precision fully multi-coated optics offer a crisp, clear view for easy target acquisition
  • Illuminated red / green reticle for fast targeting, even in low light or low-contrast situations
  • 5 brightness settings. Reticle is on the first focal plane
  • Nitrogen-filled fogproof, waterproof and shockproof
  • 1/8" click-adjustable MOA turrets can be reset to zero
  • Side parallax adjustment from 20 yds. to infinity
  • F.O.V. @ 100 yds. is 10' at 10X, 2.5' at 40X
  • Flip-up lens covers
  • 1-Pc. tube. 16"l., weighs 30 1/2 ozs.
  • Includes BONUS 30mm Tactical Rings (a $30.00 value)!

Set your sights on this major bargain ONLINE now!


Customer Reviews

4 stars
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  1. 4 stars
    Great fun on my Beretta ARX 22lr. With this scope I can pick apart a 1" target at 25y. Works great at the range. The clarity is just fine for this purpose. Would give it five stars if the turrets / MOA adjustments were more accurate. Mine does 6 clicks per moa and the top scope says it is eighth per click. However, the ring markings are about right. It does return to zero, but you only hear feel six clicks per full far better than I was expecting for the price.
  2. 5 stars
  3. 5 stars
    Was very impressed with this product right out of the box. It has impressive details and the scope picture was clear and enabled this viewer to focus in depth on any object or distance. The lighted crosshairs are very illuminated and totally show up on any background. The scope itself was built very well and after placing it on my rifle I only had to make a few clicks to put it right on the bullseye. This scope represents probably one of the top five "Bang for your Buck" deals available!!!.
  4. 4 stars
    GREAT needs just a little tweaking.thomas
  5. 5 stars
  6. 5 stars
    have not had a vhance to mount it yet, but it is well made
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