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BSA Sweet .17 6-18x40 SP Rifle Scope

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RRP £130.00 £99.99 In stock

Product Details

Our code: 106540

The BSA Sweet .17 6-18x40 SP Rifle Scope has been designed using a system developed for use by military snipers, Bullet Drop Compensation, or BDC; here’s how it works.

1. Zero the scope to your chosen distance, or instance 100 yards.
2. Loosen the locking screws on the elevation drum.
3. Turn the drum until the 100 yard marking matches the elevation turret indicator.
4. Re-tighten the locking screws.

You can now compensate the trajectory of a bullet at any distance simply by using the parallax adjustable objective to measure the range to your target, and setting the elevation turret to the required distance. So point of aim and point of impact are always the same; it really is that simple!

The BSA Sweet .17 6-18x40 SP Rifle Scope is specifically calibrated for the 17 grain HMR bullet, and marked for ranges from 100 to 300 yards. All Sweet Scopes feature fully multi-coated precision lenses, a side parallax adjustable objective lens, and are waterproof, fog proof and shock proof.

 

Available Reticles:

 BSA Duplex  

 

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Product Specification

Tube Diameter 25mm
Magnification 6-18 x
Objective lens diameter 40 mm
No. reticles available 1
Waterproof Yes
Fogproof Yes
Illuminated reticle No
Length 13.38 in
Weight 500 g
Finish Matte
Colour Black

Product Reviews

Review by Bill Jones

The Scope arrived from Uttings very fast. The Scope is very well made and finished off. The optics are nice and crisp even at 18 X . The set up at 100yds was quick. I tested it at different distances using the side focus to scale to estimate the distance. Checking with a rangefinder the scope is not fare out. I found that when shooting vermin a little bit of judgment was needed to get the best results of the bullet drop compensating, this was all due to focusing correctly.

Review by Bill Jones

Hi just a little note for the focusing. I use a contact lens in my scope eye, when taking the contact out and using the rangefinder I found that the scale on the side is just about spot on. Also I found out that in the dark I thaught that I would have a job to see the markings on the Turrets, but after I turned the torch on them to see the distance I found out that they are fluorescencent and they glow up very nicely in the dark. A nice toutch.

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