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Weaver Classic V-Series Rifle Scope - 6-24x42mm AO 26-6.8' 3.74" Matte

Was: $479.99

Price: $299.99

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Product Number: WE849413





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The Weaver Classic V-Series Rifle Scope was designed to help dedicated hunters spot and target game quickly and accurately at any time of day. With over a dozen models to choose from, the Weaver Classic V-Series has something for everyone.

This series of rifle scopes was crafted to deliver generous eye relief as well as a wide field of view, not to mention quick power change adjustments. These durable, versatile scopes come with a wide array of reticle options to enhance your range-estimation capabilities. Like all Weaver scopes, this series also features multicoated lenses, which ensure up to 94% light transmission to deliver clear, crisp sight images with perfect contrast in all types of lighting.










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Weaver Classic V-Series Rifle Scope - 6-24x42mm AO 26-6.8' 3.74" Matte is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value for a Quality Scope Regarding previous review about not enough adjustment, that is partially correct. Yes these scopes only have about 26" of total adjustment for elevation and windage but it is comparable to most Leupold VX2s. I called Leupold tech support once about the lack of adjustment and was told that higher quality scopes generally have less room for adjustment because the tubes are thicker and the internal components have tighter tolerances. The key is to zero your scope as much as possible with base shims or windage adjustments (using adjustable bases) before you use the internal adjustments. This can take some work if your gun/mounts are quite a bit off but if you go through the trouble you will be able to almost zero your scope without using the internal windage and elevation adjustments. This will give you the additional advantage of better light transmission and less point of impact shift. All scope manufacturers recommend minimal adjustment for these reasons. Moving on to why I love this scope. The glass is outstanding especially when compared to scopes costing $100-200 more. The turret settings are resettable but you are not told this in the instructions. You have to carefully loosen the small knurled cap on top of the turret (it is tight from the factory) and you can lift the turret up and turn it without moving the internals. The parallax will adjust down to about 15 yards which makes it great for air guns and rimfires. The scopes are made by Light Optical in Japan who has a reputation for making quality scopes. Some Weaver scopes such as the Extreme series are made in the Philippines so I can't comment on those. The ballistic reticle is very usable for any load or cartridge if you know how to make the correct adjustments at the shooting range.
Date published: 2017-11-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not enough adjustment Installed and initial sighting was 5 inches low at 50 yards. Max adjustment left it 2 inches low. Weaver CS said it had 13 MOA up or down but can't even get that. Was told it was the rifle's fault (prior scope sighted just fine) and nothing to be done. The optics are nice but I can't use it at all and Weaver CS essentially says tough luck. Perhaps I can use it as a spotting scope so I'll give it 2 stars.
Date published: 2017-11-17
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Does this scope have Micro-Trac adjustable windage and elevation?  What are the adjustment increments, 1/8", 1/4", or? What country was this riflescope made in?

Asked by: JDS950
This model I just bought from Natchez ($229 before rebate) is made in Japan, 1/8" moa increments. Love it, but find that 6x24 is best for target, the 4x16 for hunting
Answered by: TonyM
Date published: 2017-11-26

Will this scope focus down to 25 yards?

Asked by: MikD
Actually, it focuses down to about 20 feet - no problem. I just bought 2 of these. If you zoom into the picture at left, you can see the 50 ft mark, and it goes way past that mark.
Answered by: Tigipedia
Date published: 2018-01-12
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