Firefield 20×50 recognizing scope

(5 customer reviews)


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  • bak-four prism
  • nitrogen purged
  • durable construction
  • multi-covered optics
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  • bak-four prism
  • nitrogen purged
  • durable construction
  • multi-lined optics
  • firefield spotting scope
  • adjustable tripod
  • the firefield spotting scopes provide a realistic, yet elegant layout that offers a consumer friendly experience. Versatility is the name of the sport, offering makes use of ranging from solo goal shooting to lengthy distance game monitoring. The spotting scopes offer excessive magnification to view specific gadgets at a distance, this is crucial for use in stake outs, police surveillance or sniper spotters.

    when out looking or shooting lengthy-distance targets, your senses need to be high-quality. Permit your eyes do the stalking with the firefield directly area recognizing scope. Providing a practical, but elegant, design, this recognizing scope is some thing but fashionable in high-quality. Its absolutely multi-coated lenses and sturdy, rubber-armored body it’s submergible in water up to at least one meter and one hundred percent weatherproof helps viewing, monitoring and capturing a long way-away objects

    adjustable tripod

    all firefield recognizing scope kits come with an adjustable tripod. Whilst geared up to % it up, the optical tool, together with its compact tripod, stows without difficulty and securely into the durable nylon carrying case with shoulder strap. The covered adjustable tripod is made specifically for the firefield spotting scope and suits without delay onto the tripod base included into the scope’s layout.


    the firefield recognizing scope’s sunshade is designed to preserve the glare of the solar far from the consumer’s eye and out of the field of view. To extend the sunshade, find the black plastic ring placed around the scope’s objective lens and gently pull outward. To take away, push the plastic ring inward until it’s miles flush with the scope’s body.

    product description

    the firefield 20×50 is blazing a new path inside the recognizing scope category. A practical, yet stylish, layout is the muse on which the firefield 20×50 recognizing scope become built, improving upon in advance spotting scope models, and making it the high-quality recognizing scope for its rate available on the market. A comfy rubber eyepiece ready with a short attention device permits zeroing in on quick or long distances, perfect for shooting at the variety. This spotter is anything however popular in best, features and included add-ons. Fully multicoated lenses and a durable body come standard with the firefield 20×50, which supports watching, tracking and capturing long variety goals. A relaxed rubber eyepiece, with the assist of brief cognizance and zoom knobs, assist you 0 in on your quarry at quick or lengthy distances. While you’re ready to % it up, the firefield 20×50 spotting scope, at the side of its compact tripod, stows easily and securely into the long lasting nylon carrying case with shoulder strap. The firefield 20×50 recognizing scope is subsidized through firefield’s manufactures assurance and the quality that includes the firefield call. Firefield-victory justifies the whole lot!


    12-36×50, 20-60×60, 20×50

    5 reviews for Firefield 20×50 recognizing scope

    1. Ira Tigerbaum

      This scope seemed pretty good at 1st, I was so glad to get a scope, I was able to put up with the front and rear caps not staying on, no thread connection, and at least one of them would be already off, when I pulled it out of a padded bag. The box it came with is nice for something else, larger, one of those low-end ata cases with aluminum trim all around. The tripod was junk, but I’m a photographer, and I already had an assortment of small to tall “sticks.” After a fairly short time, the rubber sleeve that changes the magnification, slipped, and the worst thing about it is I would clean the lenses with a clean lens cloth, after spraying anti-fog/cleaner on it, and cleaning the outside lenses with a circular motion, the coating came off of the center 50% of the rear lens, so now when I look through it, it’s pretty fuzzy, and for some reason, it was clearer in the middle where the coating came off. It looks like (once again) you get what you pay for. I’m going to try the Redfield Rampage, 20-60 x 60, for $185. The one I really want is a Vortex. Besides all of the faults, I had fun with it for maybe 5 or 6 months, of almost daily usage. I could see babying it and look at some planets and stars, with the kids. Read more

    2. M20K Pilot

      No, this isn’t the best spotting scope that I have used. But I wanted something in my office to look at the pond wildlife and it is the most incredible value spotting scope I know of. It comes in a box, and a carry bag with a table top tripod and lens covers front and rear for the scope. The scope is very clear at 12X the exit pupil is large and allows you to wear glasses while using the scope. At the higher end, it is a little more distorted but still useable. I’m sure I will enjoy this on a per dollar basis far more than a history of spotting scopes, binoculars, 35mm and digital SLRs… We live in incredible times that you can get something this good at this price. Would I rather have a $1,000 scope? Sure with your money but I’m leaving this in a public place where someone will probably leave it pointing at the morning sun. So I’m very happy. 5 stars for an incredible value. Read more

    3. R.A.M.

      The good. This scope is reasonably compact although too large to fit in an average coat pocket, the image is bright and clear, better than I expected at this price. It came with a coated nylon case, nylon strap, cleaning cloth, mini tripod, lens caps, warranty card and instruction booklet. The tripod can be folded up and used as a handle. Tripod has rubber feet to prevent it from sliding around. The rear lens cap fit snugly but was not difficult to remove or replace. The bad. Unfortunately this scope is not remotely 20X. I have a pair of Simmons 8×25 and this scope is only a smidgen more powerful, I would estimate the Firefield at 10X [see update at bottom]. The instruction booklet was for an adjustable power spotting scope, in other words it was the wrong booklet for this model; not a big issue as I didn’t need instructions but it says something about quality control. The front lens cap is very loose fitting and I am 100% sure it would be lost in the field, if used. Update: I’ve spent more time with this scope and maybe was a bit harsh with my first remarks. The optics really are bright and clear. I still don’t believe the magnification is anywhere near 20X but it’s better than I first thought. Where I could really tell the difference was looking at the full moon. I could see so much more detail with the Firefield than with my Simmons binos. Read more

    4. Michael

      This is my first ever spotting scope and my objective for it is to use it at the outdoor range and be able to see .223cal rounds in plain target paper at 100 yards. I won’t be able to test that until next Spring, but I have tested it out through my homes back windows where there is a community pond out back and homes on the other side of the pond. Looking at fences well over 100 yards across the pond, and other objects on homes that have nails and screws holding them together, I can see these nails and screws, which would be close to .223 round hole sizes, quite clearly so I’m confident that this scope will perform the task I bought it for. I also got a great deal on this scope as a refurbished model through an Amazon vendor called TXFactoryOutlet who had it listed for $59 with promotional free shipping so it’s hard to beat that. Even though I don’t have experience with other spotting scopes IMO this looks like a great buy for this price point and I understand that the Bak-4 prism is a higher end prism that would normally be found in more expensive scopes. Perhaps the one small negative I might point out would be that the tripod is a bit on the thin side making it a bit unsteady, but still better than I expected. I tried the included tripod initially, which was a bit shaky, then tried my more hefty camera tripod and found the view through the scope became more steady and solid with the better tripod. I’m not taking any stars away for that though because this is really about the quality of the scope and the tripod needs to be smaller and less hefty to fit in the included box in the first place. Getting the tripod at all is in itself a nice bonus as a package deal. I really like the box too, very nice. Great deal overall! Read more

    5. E. Leclercq

      So with few reviews on this spotting scope I decided to try it out. Upon receiving this scope and trying it out at shooting ranges from 25 yards out to 300 yards, i’m really impressed! The optics are very sharp at any range and have no color tint like some cheap optics have. The focus knob is easy to use as well as the magnification adjustment. The rubber coated body and built in sunshade is a nice touch. The included bipod is a bench top steel leg unit that seems to work just fine. The only slight fault I can find with this scope is it has limited eye relief at higher magnifications, but works fine for my eyes. Overall I’m very impressed with this spotting scope especially at it’s low cost. If you need a spotting scope and don’t want to spend a fortune just buy this one. Read more

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