Bushnell banner dusk & dawn multi-x reticle riflescope with three. 3-inch eye relief, 3-9x 40mm , black

(8 customer reviews)

$126.95 $89.79

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  • first-rate optics with stunning hd readability
  • one hundred percent great materials used and tested substantially
  • lovely layout and sturdiness built to final
  • low mild rifle scope with three to 9x magnification and 40 millimeter goal lens
  • nightfall & sunrise brightness (ddb) multicoated lenses for readability and brightness
  • multi x reticle; 1/4 moa fingertip windage and elevation modifications
  • a hundred percent water-proof/fog evidence construction; three. Three inches of eye remedy
  • fast cognizance eyepiece; measures 12 inches long

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absolutely multi-coated (fmc) optics and ipx4 water-resistant score

with fully multi-covered (fmc) optics and a water-proof creation that forestalls fogging, this looking riflescope ensures you’ll always have a crisp, clean image. It is ideal for searching during the low-light situations of nightfall and sunrise.

multi-x reticle for instant and clean goal acquisition

the bushnell banner dusk & sunrise riflescope features the multi-x reticle, offering a traditional sight image. The second focal aircraft (sfp), multi-x crosshair reticle is straightforward to see even at nightfall and dawn, so that you can accumulate your goal fast and easily, making it a simple however powerful low-mild device.

rapid-awareness eyepiece and resettable windage and elevation adjustments

a fast-recognition eyepiece lets you speedy modify the reticle for your eye, so that you can consciousness in on your target with best readability. The resettable windage and elevation turrets are capped for protection from bumps and difficult use.

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8 reviews for Bushnell banner dusk & dawn multi-x reticle riflescope with three. 3-inch eye relief, 3-9x 40mm , black

  1. That Ain’t Working

    For the price, this turned out to be way better than I expected. I put this on my Marlin 30-30 just in time for deer season. Sighted in at 100 yards with 4 rounds. My friends and I put another’s 100 rounds though it at the range that day and it held it’s zero perfectly. Read more

  2. Ben

    This is a fantastic scope for the price! I use a Leupold VX-1 on my hunting rifle, and bought this Bushnell for my 22lr and I almost like it better than the Leupold. Now, I am not going to tell you it is higher quality or has better glass than the Leupold, but it does give me good clarity with a wider field of view, which I love. I wouldn’t hesitate to buy another. Read more

  3. Brandon

    Got this for $60 and it was worth it, couldn’t zero with 1/2 moa and needed a 1/4 moa. Compared it to a few other hunting buddies scopes and it was clear past dusk and early dawn. Highly recommend it. Did a lot of research for a good scope and realized you can only shoot deer 30 min before sun up and after sun down, this goes beyond that and holds zero on my 6mm. Why spend more for a scope than a rifle if not shooting past 300 yards. Thought the reticle would be hard to see in twilight but it isn’t, it is clear where center crosshairs are. Read more

  4. Graf

    OK, its my second one, hence the lost star. The first one lacked quality control and had a weird smudge on the lens that I could smear around but couldn’t get rid of without using some products I was a little afraid to use. But Amazon Prime to the rescue. That one went back and I got another one because the scope definitely had potential. So the second one was in great shape with no QC issues and works really well, especially for the low cost <$40 The clarity, depth of field at most zoom settings and reticle and parallax are all the equivalent of my much more expensive Leopold scope. The clarity and depth of field fall off some at the extreme upper end of the zoom but over the rest of its range it is exceptional. It has held zero through several range trips on a Ruger M77/357, admittedly not the hardest kicking gun. But you run what you brung and it is working great on my set up. It is accurate out 200 yards although I zeroed it and generally shoot it at 100 yards. It was easy to zero with the directional arrows deeply etched with contrasting paint/anodizing. The clicks (1/4 inch per click @ 100 yards - standard) are very positive without being hard to turn. It does use two small jewelers Phillip head screws on each turret that have to be loosened if you want to recalibrate the scope setting to read zero when it is "zeroed" and I would prefer less easily stripped Torx or Allen head ones but just don't over tighten. Once dialed in it doesn't wander. The amount of light it lets in, especially at dusk and dawn, is impressive and better than my Leopold. This is a second level scope with some first level performance at a cheap price. Go get 'em. Read more

  5. Summer Clark

    Using on a Savage Axis .308. Holds zero. Clear sight picture. Good in low light. Elevation/Windage adjustments with audible and positive “clicks”. Have only used at max of 100 yds, but it is excellent at that distance . Read more

  6. 04Blackram

    I don’t know how you beat this scope for TWICE the money!! I have Vortex scopes that I love and this little scope hangs right with them! They are clear and are very very good at light transmission in low light situations. They are every bit as good as my Nikon Buckmaster and my Vortex crossfire and easily tie a Leupold VX-2!!! Bushnell is back!!! Read more

  7. Dwight Guess

    Great scope for the price. I put it on my old Savage .22 Hornet and I’m getting better groups than I did with my old scope. The crosshairs are a little on the thick side for precision shooting, but on the other hand are easy for my old eyes to see. Read more

  8. Brian J Sykes

    Good bang for buck. I got it on a Smith&Wesson m&p 15. I read somebody say it was to big for an AR…I guess beaty is in the eye of the beholder, because to me… it’s perfect. Very clear vision Read more

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