SVSSED 4,5-24 In Hand

fdkay

Gunny Sergeant
Nov 27, 2009
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Unfortunately, I'm feeling like shit and won't be able to get to the range for several days.
This thing is NICE. The turrets are a bit stiff when pulling them up, very easy to push back down.
Clicks are SOLID, no mush anywhere.
Magnification ring turns SMOOTHLY.
Parallax is likewise smooth.
While holding it in my hand, I was able to focus clearly on a brick wall about 20 feet away on 24 power.
Glass appears top shelf, reticle is clearly defined.
Illumination switch turns with no issue (haven't installed the battery yet.

Scope comes with a scopecoat, battery, TINY allen keysunshade.
Finish is smooth, even matte black, lettering is subdued white.
More to follow, I need to go mount it.
 

fdkay

Gunny Sergeant
Nov 27, 2009
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If you're a fan of big turrets, this thing has you covered.
Illumination lights up entire reticle.
Reticle is a floating dot, according to the info provided, dot subtends .073 mils.
Holdover lines are numbered every mil, windage lines are numbered every other mil.
 

just browsing

Sergeant of the Hide
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They caution against removing the center post screw, stating that damage will LIKELY occur.
Knowing this, I’d like to know what the actual hell they were thinking... putting out a new optic lacking one of the most basic features that potential buyers are going to be looking for.

Then to say oh no, there’s no aftermarket options without damaging it? That’s laughable really. I guess you can argue how necessary a ZS really is but I think this might be a good definition of shooting oneself in the foot.
 
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