Airgun scopes improve shooting accuracy by adding magnified sights to a gun. Gun scopes come manufactured with either fixed magnification or with variable magnification that allows users to make adjustments for different shooting situations. Regardless of the type of scope, users will find both fixed and variable scopes can help improve their accuracy.
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Leapers Accushot 3-12x44AO SWAT Scope
Leapers Accushot SWAT Scope provides users with a red dot crosshair for improving accuracy and aim. Built for up to 12x magnification, Leapers Accushot SWAT Scope is ideal for targets 100 yards away. In addition, the scope is both water and fog proof, allowing for ample visibility during harsh conditions. Included is a parallax side wheel that allow users to tune their sights for longer-range shooting.
RWS 6X42 CL Air Rifle Scope
The RWS 6X42 CL Air Rifle Scope provides an illuminated reticle for users, increasing visibility under lowlight conditions. Unlike the Leapers Accushot, the RWS is a fixed magnification scope. However, the RWS provides Airgun Shock Reinforcement technology that helps improve accuracy by compensating for the recoil of a gun.
NC Star 4X30E Tactical Scope
Built to withstand harsh environments, the NC Star 4X30E Tactical is made with a rubberised exterior to help prevent nicks and scratches . Like the RWS and Leapers scopes, the NC Star provides an illuminated reticle for users. In addition, the NC Star comes equipped with 9x magnification, allowing users to accurately shoot targets from 100 yards away.
BSA Multi-Purpose Illuminated Dot Sight Scope
The BSA dot sight is ideal for users who want a scope to improve accuracy. The BSA dot sight provides 1x magnification and allows users to change the dot colour. The BSA Multi-Purpose Illuminated Dot Sight allows users to switch between red, green and blue dot colours. In addition, the BSA allows adjustable parallax for improving accuracy.
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