Barska mil-dot airgun scope

(7 customer reviews)


  • make certain this suits with the aid of coming into your model variety.
  • precision aiming: the three-12x magnification scope functions 1/4 moa click on adjustments for precision accuracy.
  • best construction: the scope comes with completely-coated optics, supplying outstanding viewing clarity. Tube diameter 1″.
  • mil-dot reticle: the mil-dot reticle can be used to target quite simply, while the adjustable goal povides the adjustments for multi-range parallax error.
  • unique design: the scope is particularly built to face up to the opposite recoil produced via airguns. It is waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof.
  • accessories: the scope comes with scope caps and lens material.
SKU: C112KKDIXB273 Category:

from the manufacturer

  • object: ac10008
  • fov: 35ft / 11. 6m, 9ft / 3m
  • tube diameter: 1 in
  • eye remedy: 4. 2 in
  • go out scholar: 13. 3mm – 3. 3mm
  • click value: 1/four moa
  • three-12×40 ao airgun reverse balk rifle scope with mil dot reticle

    the 3-12×40 ao airgun riflescope from barska is built to withstand the extra reverse recoil produced by way of airguns. The ao airgun riflescope capabilities an adjustable objective (ao) to modify for multi-range parallax error. The ao allows the scope to supply non-stop accuracy and precision. There are completely lined optics and 30/30 reticle. The 1″ tube comes with scope caps. It is water-resistant, fog proof and shockproof.

  • 3-12x magnification
  • 40mm goal lens
  • mil-dot reticle
  • fully coated optics
  • adjustable goal
  • water resistant, fogproof and shockproof
  • functions

    riflescope comes with unique design to handle the reverse recoil of air weapons.

    riflescope has a 3x – 12x magnification with a mil dot reticle allowing customers to get the suitable photograph of their target.

    riflescope comes with 1/four moa windage and elevation changes, with covered turret caps.

    riflescope comes with an adjustable objective lens allowing customers to modify between 20 – two hundred yards.

    product description

  • magnification: 3-7x
  • discipline of view (toes@100yds/m@100m): 21/7@3x-10/3. Three@7x
  • go out pupil: 6. 7-2. 9mm
  • eye alleviation: 2. Fifty five”
  • click value: 1/4
  • style_name

    2-7×32 Mil Dot, 3-12×40 AO 30/30, 3-12×40 AO Mil Dot, 4×32 AO Mil Dot

    7 reviews for Barska mil-dot airgun scope

    1. W. Jones

      5 stars for value. This is a nicely put together scope. Not a mil dot fan but the crosshairs are relatively thin and mil dot isn’t nearly as thick as comparable Leapers scopes I’ve got (True Hunter 4x, Bug Buster 6x, 4 or 5 of the older Gen 2 4x and 6x). MUCH better quality than $20 NC Star (which I cannot recommend). Barska’s glass is good, minimal distortion or flare, especially for forty bucks. Controls are smooth and very positive. It feels like a more expensive scope. Great for air rifle I put it on. I’d buy another if I needed to scope a 22. Wish it was available in 6×32. Years ago I bought a Barska 4-12×32 (I think it was) to put on a CZ 17 HMR when that cartridge first came out – maybe 2003 or ’04. That scope was pretty crummy and I sent it back and got BSA Sweet 16, which is still on the rifle. This Barska is worlds ahead if that early one! Barska is to be commended for the vast improvment and still keeping their products at a very reasonable price point. Like I said, great value. Read more

    2. Rodney jackson

      After taking 6 shots at 25 yards and zeroing the scope out I could cover a 3 shot group with a dime. Very pleased with the results. But after shooting several parie dogs. And putting the gamo air rifle up for the night. The next morning I went shoot a parie dog and noticed that reticle and rotated 15 degrees inside the scope. After the reading all the reviews on this scope that is the only reason I purchased this scope I will send it back and hope that this scope is one that went bad. And wait for a replacement and try again. Read more

    3. MJ

      This is everything I need in an air rifle scope provided it proves durable..(It didn’t) I shoot mostly 25 yard groups and small targets and this scope is sub par compared with my Simmons Proair in opitics for a lot less money. If it holds up I’ll have to declare it a bargain. A little follow up. It not only cooked off and turned to crumbs but Barska warranty leaves a lot to be desired. The warranty card that came with the scope was returned as “Undeliverable” and there is not enough info in the manual or on line to send your scope in for repair. You have to apply for a RMA# and if you send in your scope with out it it will be returned to you unrepaired on your dime. You need to included return shipping/handling and inspection fee when you send your scope in but good luck finding anyone that can tell you how much that will be so you can send it or provide you with the needed RMA#. All of this must be by design to deter returns. It doesn’t have to be so complicated and hard to return. Run to Wal Mart and buy a Centerpoint. Regardless of your expereince there, it can’t be any worse that dealing with Barska Read more

    4. Radical

      For the money, it’s about what one would expect. The objective and zoom rings start out very stiff, but after just a day of use are loose enough to cause some concern. On a magnum spring air gun they can move out of position after a several shots. Edge distortion and some aberration is apparent. The rear lens will also often have some glare whenever there is a light source behind the shooter. Thankfully, the crosshairs and image center look clear and sharp, though it is best viewed at 10x or less. The AO markings are about one-third optimistic except for when set at ten yards. Overall, if this scope survives long term it will be a keeper. If it does not the replacement will be sold and it will be upgraded. So far, a cloverleaf group at twenty yards has been possible with this scope on an RWS 48. *Update* After ~1500 rounds the windage adjustment knob grinds when turned. It still holds zero. Sending in a warranty calls for spending money on shipping plus $25. Not sure if it’s worth it… Read more

    5. Carlos Soto

      Installed on Black Ops .22 Brake barrel 1000 fps. airgun. From 5 to 20 yrds scope zeroed fast. At 25yrds took a little work. Clear view. Clear Mildot reticle. AO works ok. Holding Zero . Let us see for how long it holds Zero. Mounted using Zero recoil mount. Doing better than UTG 3-12×44 AO SWAT scope. March 26 -After hundreds of shots scope has lost Zero and Is difficult to get it back to zero . Windage And elevation adjustment Is not precise. Read more

    6. Ron N.

      This is my second Barska 2X7 scope. I’m impressed with the optical clarity. I have just returned two Hawke scopes to Pyramid because they would not focus properly at 10 yds. I like the mildots for shooting at tin cans in the backyard, and can shoot out to 70 yds. with my Anschutz SuperAirs and RWS 54. The mildots provide additional aim points instead of having to click the crosshairs to a new zero point. Shooters will know what I’m talking about. Just to let you know of my qualifications to render an opinion here. I have several high end Leupolds, Unertls, Weavers, and Bushnells. I did plenty of 1000 yd. shooting at Camp Perry too – about 18 years worth. Also, I’m a long time varmint hunter. Now days, I pretty much gravitate to the 32 mm lens size. I like to get my scopes down low over the barrel. All the controls operate smoothly and properly. A great scope for a good price. Read more

    7. J. Richardson

      This is a good upgrade from the Gamo 4×32 that came with the Bull Whiper Bone Collector. I was wanting an AO x 32 scope so I could still use the rings that came with my Gamo, and also wanted a zoom with lower magnification so I could easily acquire the targets. I took a chance on this one, seeing that it is shock rated for magnum springers, and ordered one of the used Amazon Warehouse ones for $21. When I opened the box, I was immediately impressed by the build quality, smooth focus and clear optics. So far, I have under 200 shots with this scope, but don’t foresee any issues with durability. I was also pleased with how quickly this model zeroed in, taking only four shots until was dead on, and grouping consistently. If it holds up to the springer recoil, I’ll probably get another one. This has made my Gamo fun to shoot again!! Read more

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