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BSA Optics Edge 2-7x32mm 30/30 Duplex Pistol Scope - PS27X32
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BSA Optics Edge 2-7x32mm 30/30 Duplex Pistol Scope - PS27X32

SKU 792306
Brand BSA
Model Number PS27X32
UPC 631618111224
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This product is fulfilled by a PSA Partner and shipping times may vary.

Product Details


  • Series/Collection: Edge
  • Objective Size: 32mm
  • Eye Relief: 1" to 13.3"
  • Magnification: 2-7x
  • Reticle Pattern: 30/30 Duplex
  • Adjustment Range: 25 MOA Windage and Elevation
  • Length: 12"
  • Weather Resistance: Waterproof, Fogproof, Shockproof
  • Finish: Matte
  • Color: Black
  • Application: Target Acquisition
  • For Use With: Pistols
  • Exit Pupil: 15.07mm to 5.23mm
  • Field of View: 7.5' to 26.4' at 100 yd
  • Adjustment Click Value: 1/4 MOA
  • Tube Diameter: 1"


The BSA Edge pistol scope is simple but effective. It has a parallax adjustament set for 50 yards, and a click value of 1 MOA. This pistol scope is rugged, durable and simple.

This BSA pistol scope is simple yet effective. Parallax is set for 50 yd and windage and elevation adjustments are set for 1/4 MOA. The multi-coated optics provide a clear sight picture that allow for almost instant target acquisition. BSA Pistol scopes also offer a generous eye relief of 12 to 20 inches, allowing this versatile scope to double as a scout scope.


  • Fully multi-coated lens
  • 50 yd parallax setting
  • Limited 1 year warranty


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