Mueller 4 - 16x50 mm AO Sport Dot Scope

Item # WX2-126518

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Details & Specs

Mueller 4 - 16 x 50 mm AO Sport Dot Scope is the most feature packed, BIGGEST VALUE illuminated reticle scope on the market!

More bang for your buck! You could sink big dollars into a primo illuminated-reticle scope from one of the mega names in the biz... or you could get all the same outstanding features from Mueller at a no-frills price... spend the extra savings on ammo!

The Mueller 4-16x50 mm AO Sport Dot Scope is perfect for big game hunting and built to withstand the larger caliber recoils of today's magnum hunting rifles. The illuminated glass etched reticle uses a German #4 (heavy duplex / fine post) for quick target acquisition. Plus an 11-position brightness on the illuminated micro-dot for low light conditions.

Take aim at the details:
  • Huge 50 mm objective pulls in light for the longest shots
  • Mueller exclusive EuroCoated¿ fully multi-coated camera quality crystal lenses for superior brightness and contrast
  • F.O.V. @ 100 yds: 30.6-7.5 ft.
  • 1/8MOA windage and elevation adjustments with audible click stops and low profile easy fingertip turrets...no tools required
  • All weather high-torque power change ring and fast focus eyepiece
  • Generous 3 1/4" eye relief
  • Nitrogen filled waterproof, fogproof and shockproof... matte black finish to minimize glare
  • More durable 1-Pc. tube construction... 1" tube fits all standard rings
  • Operates on 1 watch style battery (included)
  • Approx. 13" long, 21 ozs.

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Reviews

Customer Reviews

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  1. 5 stars
    Installation finished. Haven't been to range yet to sight in. Impressive looking scope. Great price. Shipping take longer than usual.
  2. 4 stars
    it appears to be a good scope for tne money. i have just mounted it a few days ago and have sent just a few rounds down range with it as my guide and so far it performs well.its not a target scope however the dot makes it great for shot placement on deer!!
  3. 5 stars
    Optics are clear, bright at all power settings with adequate eye relief. The power ring is easy to adjust and the fast focus feature is nice. I have owned scopes that cost 3 times more than this scope and had to "fight" with a power ring that was way too difficult to adjust. The illuminated dot is great. I have used both the illuminated reticle and the illuminated dot---I have a strong preference for the dot--much faster to acquire the target. This scope is a real bargain in a quality scope.
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