Bushnell AR Optics 1-4x24mm BDC Riflescope AR91424

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Bushnell AR Optics 1-4x24mm BDC Riflescope AR91424


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SKU: 46269
UPC: 029757920010
MFR#: AR91424

Bushnell AR Optics 1-4x24mm BDC Riflescope

  • Drop Zone 223/5.56 BDC Reticle
  • Fully Multi-Coated lenses
  • Target Turrets
  • Matte Black
  • 30 MM tube
  • 1-4 power

Mfg. part No: AR91424

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Bushnell AR Optics 1-4x24mm BDC Riflescope

  • Finish:Matte
  • Power/Obj Lens:1-4x 24mm
  • Reticle:Drop Zone-223 BDC
  • Tube Diameter:30mm
  • Field of View: ft@100yds/m@100m112/27@1x / 37/9@4x
  • Weight: oz/gr16.9 / 479
  • Length: in/mm9.5 / 242
  • Eye Relief: in/mm3.5 / 90
  • Exit Pupil: mm13.1@1x / 5.2@4x
  • Click Value: in.@100yds/mm@100m.1 mil / .34”
  • Adj Range: in.@100yds/mm@100m+50 / 1.3
  • Mounting Length: in/mm5.8 / 147
  • Focal Plane:Second



Mfg. part No: AR91424

SKU: 46269
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Ak optic 1-4-24 w/lighted 4 lighted recticules
I really appreciate the lighted recticules I'm blind in my right eye put this scope on my SKS with the elevated mount easy to use scope is solid & heavy but balance is Good with a scout mount got it on eBay for less than $60 newWDB
September 25, 2017
Nice !
This scope has the heft and feel of the high quality European scopes ! Crystal clearand holds zero very well ! I mounted mine on a Palmetto AR and it is a tack driver ! I would say this scope rivals those costing 3 times as much ! It would be nice if it said " MADE IN USA' or "GERMANY " on the side of itbut then I don't think I would have gotten it for $124 though .
January 10, 2017
Well worth it
This scope is definitely worth the money I spent on it. The glass is clear and it feels solid. Get it on sale from PSA and you won't have any regrets!
May 12, 2016
Good scope if you can live with the limited view at longer ranges
I bought one of these scopes from another vendor and for a compact low cost optic they are hard to beat. What angers me are the morons that gripe about the scope being made in Korea. Might I remind you that Korea is one of our most faithful allies and is a country where we sacrificed thousands of troops to both keep their people free and to stave off the malignancy of Communism now known as the Democrat Party. There are tens of thousands of Americans both in the service and in civilian life that happen to live in Korea. Korea has also fought side by side with us since we came to their assistance at the start of the still ongoing war between North and South Korea in 1950. I made friends with several South Korean Soldiers when I served in the Vietnam fiasco and they have been by our side in both Iraqi conflicts in Afghanistan and everywhere else where our country has been engaged in armed conflict. Currently they are actively assisting us GREATLY in attempting to control North Korea and they have helped keep their part of the Pacific free from too much aggression from the Chinese Navy and done more than their share in helping to keep the commercial waterways open under international law.
They also make a GREAT assault rifle and their handguns are pretty sweet as well so give the Koreans a break and if you see something branded as being "made in Korea" remember how close an ally South Korea has been for about 65 years now.
April 28, 2016
You really do "Get what you pay for."
I recently assembled my first all-from-scratch Frankenbuild AR using semi-premium parts: A stainless match-grade barrel 15" Keymod rail NiB BCG Stag LPK ALG ACT (trigger) Magpul CTR stock MIAD grip YHM flash hider matched forged Anderson upper and lower etc. Nothing fancy but no junk either. My goal was to see if I could build a rifle that I'd have nearly as much confidence in as my expensive high-end rifles and do it all for $1000 *with* optic. The last part is what can easily push your budget over the edge of the world as good glass is often well over that number alone. The good news is I did it! Using the Burris PEPR QD on sale at PSA ($59.99) and this Bushy 1-4x (also from PSA on sale for $139) I came in at just under my $1000 budget (a first for me). As you can see in the photos below (forgetting the expensive Troy Tritium BUIS which I already had) the gun came out looking pretty sharp in my personal opinion. The Bushnell 1-4x and PEPR are a worthy matched pair and look like they belong together. For the combined deal of a couple pennies under $200 (on sale) I doubt there is anything available that could do much better for that price in a variable-power optic / mount combo.

So... it's all well and good that it LOOKS nice but how does this Bushy look when you put it up to your eye?

Well on a 1-10 scale I'd give it a solid 5 -- right in the middle. Average. Mediocre. Not good but not bad either. The reticle is on the heavy side with thick black crosshairs. Of course it's NOT illuminated and there significant off-axis distortion in the middle of the reticle noticeable when you move your head around a little while looking through the scope. The distortion doesn't affect POA as the entire scene is distorted along with the reticle. It's not GROSS distortion but it's clearly visible. The glass is Chinese low-end stuff (China does make some very high-end glass but it ain't cheap and even that's not up to the stuff coming from Japan or Germany). Nothing is ever "razor sharp" but it really tries hard to squeeze every last drop of optical clarity out of its Chinese turnip. I haven't shot it enough to know how well it holds zero over time which is always a concern with the really low-end scopes like this one. The W/E turrets do NOT lock and are EASILY moved. It's great to be able to adjust them so quickly and easily but the lack of ANY sort of means to keep them in place has already proven to be a problem. I'm rough on my gear and I've heard them "clicking" when bumped into and when running with my rifle slung tight against me. It sucks getting to your spot then watching your shots hit six inches from your POA. When careful the scope does its job and the rounds go where you put the dot. I have aging PRK-corrected vision so 4x is a little stingy for anything over 200 yards for those of you in a similar age bracket. It's not a hunting optic obviously and it's not an optic that is going to endure harsh use for any length of time. At 1x it seems pretty faithful to as close to 1:1 as I can tell. The magnifying ring is stiff but relatively smooth.

All-in-all for $140 it's unreasonable to expect anything appreciably better. Now that I'm done with my "budget experiment" I'm going to relegate this Bushnell 1-4x to my M&P 15-22 as I just don't have much confidence in it as an entire package. My budget AR would be better served by a budget RDS like the Vortex or Lucid (I tried the TRS-25 and it fell apart on me). For any "serious" use the 1-4x simply fails to inspire. I think I'm going to have to at the minimum go with a Burris Fullfield. Sure it's 3x the price but from what little experience I've had with one I'd say it's genuinely 3x the optic.
March 24, 2016
good value
much better than expected for the price
January 23, 2016
Worth it
Keeps a zero. Adjusts easily. Clear glass. If you get it on sale it's worth every penny. Just bought a second one.
January 13, 2016

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