Weaver kaspa 3-12x44mm 849820 tactical riflescope illuminated ballistic/1/four” moa

(8 customer reviews)


  • ensure this suits by way of getting into your version range.
  • crisp 1/4″ moa adjustments for elevation and windage
  • fully multi-covered lenses for readability, assessment and top notch mild transmission
  • one-piece 1″ tube production
  • nitrogen purged for waterpprof, fogproof and riflescopes are shockproof
  • matte finish, tactical ballistic x reticle

Availability: 239 in stock

SKU: C116O8F8LZ665 Category:

product description

from up-close to lengthy variety, searching to opposition taking pictures, these quality tactical scopes offer ballistic precision at good buy charges, plus they arrive whole with weaver’s constrained lifetime guarentee. All kaspa scopes function one-piece creation; completely multi-lined lenses; nitrogen-purged, fog-free viewing; and crisp 1/4-inch moa adjustments for reliable accuracy. Those tactical scopes have illuminated reticles and include flip-up, protecting scope caps.

8 reviews for Weaver kaspa 3-12x44mm 849820 tactical riflescope illuminated ballistic/1/four” moa

  1. Tim in Columbus

    Ok, first thing you have to do is realize that scopes and glass of today in the cheapest brands are better than most top end scopes of 20 or even 15 years ago. Do lives depend on the shot you are about to take? If so, you are not shopping on Amazon for a scope but your agency is issuing you what you need… Therefore, Leupold glass and Nightforce are great if you think that type of quality is “needed” nut with it comes the price tag. This Weaver scope has amazing clarity, provides 30mm tube (better light transmission, allows more adjustments, more rigidity for accuracy), illuminated BDC reticle and tactical turrets. This scope is everything (and more) that the working man with real-life financial considerations needs. I mounted to my 5.56 precision for varmint. It has a critical eye relief of 3.15 to 3.75 inches, however I dont see this as bad because it forces me to be consistent in my cheek weld, therefore accuracy is improved. The reticle is plenty dark enough to see against usual backgrounds in typical outdoors. The Illum ret is great for low light (usual coyote times) or if you have that IR forward mount night vision in your plans. Weaver has a Lifetime Warranty to original purchaser, so any issues are quickly and easily fixed. The BDC reticle has 6 aiming points- cross point (100), four horizontal lines (200-500) and a distinct break between the reticle and the post (600). There is no distance within the effective range of my caliber (5.56×45 launching 75BTHP Hornady Superformance) that I dont have a quick aim reference point. It has clarity at the edges, no blur, side focus paralax AND focusing eyebox. I could not find another scope with these features without jumping into the $1k mark! This little baby is $270 at the highest sellers, $225 on here! I have a Leupold gold ring (2-7×33) on my .22 squirrel gun and buddy shoots a Nightforce 5.5-22×50. The view through this is the same as the Leupy and the Nightforce appears only brighter BUT it has much larger objective so it gathers more light. I can not see spending the money on either of those brands again with what I am getting here. The common hunter / shooter will never try the limitations this is capable of, let alone need the reliablity and ruggedness of the high end companies. Read more

  2. Countrymac

    Took chance ordering this scope after reading reviews about eye relief. Unfortunately they were correct. Usually the eye relief is decent on most 3 power scopes. You get decent amount field view without having to hold ur head just perfect, not the case with this scope. A slight head shift and picture totally disappears into the unforgiving black Abyss. This is fine for shooting paper, but totally unacceptable for field use. Most 3×12 scopes we’re designed to be multipurpose. You have enough low end to aquire a target fairly quickly in a close shot that presents itself and you have enough high end to take your time on stationary long shots. Like I said, not the case with this one. Not many bargain scope companies can actually build a good 3×12. Great quality 3x9s and 4x16s are everywhere. There are even a decent amount of 4x12s, but building a great all around 3×12 with good glass, good eye relief in a 30mm tube, side focus that’s also illuminated seems non existent unless you want to spend couple paychecks…… Read more

  3. 50BMG

    I read earlier reviews that the scope has 30mm tube not one inch. I own the same scope but with. 556 bullet drop that scope has one inch rings. The scope to be used on high powered rifles offers you 30mm tube which I think are better than one inch. The scope arrives today and I will measure the diameter of the tube. I holding it is indeed 30 mm. As far as the scope, it’s very well made and does not have any paralex issues. My 556 scope is crystal clear at 400 meters. To the customer who can’t get the proper eye relief check to make sure your scope is not to high or to low. That would give you the same type of view as if it was mounted to close or to far away from your eye. Or just return it for a replacement Maybe it is damaged. One final note I have seen the 30mm tube model mounted on a 50BMG and after 500 rounds the scope is still going strong!!!!!!!! UPDATE: The tube size is 30mm not 1 inch ! Read more

  4. james h.

    Put it on my 5.56 ar. Very impressed for the price. Took 5 minutes to zero in and after 200 rounds still holding zero. The only part I’m even a little disappointed in is the eye relief, but like I said, for the money it’s perfect. Read more

  5. Charlie

    Have it on a Ruger American .223. it is clear at all powers and has kept it’s sight in so far 1/2 inch group at 100 yds. Read more

  6. Kevin

    I own 2 of these scopes. Great glass. Very nice reticles. I have used these scopes for a number of years now with no issuses. Read more

  7. Calvin

    I was a little upset since I had ordered Burris PEPR 1″ cantilever mounts with the belief the weaver had a 1” tube, but I drove up to Lanco Tactical in Elizabethton, PA (great store by the way) and picked up the 30mm PEPR-QD. But I blame Amazon not the scope; in fact, typically a 30mm allows more light so I guess the tube represents a pro more than a con. This Weaver has a critical eye relief at around 3.5″ so this is not CQB at all. AND the scope is a little heavy. BUT… Despite doing a lot of research, I couldn’t find a better “SPR/MK12” 5.56 scope for the price. I looked at the P223 and M223. Their BDC reticle disappears in low light, and the “mil-dots” are so small you’ll be looking for them more than the target. The sales rep at Bass Pro said he couldn’t even see the mil-dots. This scope has a better reticle and its $260 LESS than the M223. Like the Nikon scopes, the weaver has a second plane reticle, so the BDC stays the same size all the way through the range, WHICH is 3 power OVER the P223. Oh and unlike the Nikons (and many others for that matter) this has an illuminated reticle. The UTG/Leapers have illuminated reticles and mil-dots as well, but this Weaver has a much clearer image throughout the zoom. Read more

  8. Taskman

    Good scope for the money, it’s has good magnification and the sight picture is good and clear. I would say that it is well worth the price. Read more

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