Simmons .22 Mag 4x32mm Riflescope Truplex Reticle w/ Scope Rings (Matte) - 511022

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Simmons .22 Mag 4x32mm Riflescope Truplex Reticle w/ Scope Rings (Matte) - 511022

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$ 49.99

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SKU: 7781744
UPC: 045618110222
MFR#: 511022
  • Finish: Matte
  • Magnification & Objective (mm): 4x32
  • Field of View (feet at 100 yards): 21
  • Eye Relief (inches): 4
  • Exit Pupil (mm): 8
  • Weight (oz): 8.6
  • Click Value (inches at 100 yards): 0.25
  • Adjustment Range (inches at 100 yards): 70
  • Reticle: Truplex
  • Ring Mounts: 1" Weaver Style Rings
  • One-piece tube construction for lighter handling, greater strength and durability
  • Fully coated high-quality optical glass for bright, sharp images and high contrast
  • Waterproof, fogproof and shockproof

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Simmons .22 Mag is a favorite when it comes to rimfire scopes. The Quick Target Acquisition (QTA) eyepiece offers plenty of eye relief to make acquiring targets a snap. The SureGrip adjustments allows for easy adjustments, even while wearing gloves. This riflescope is one of the finest, most reliable rimfire riflescopes available at a price point you can’t pass up. For big-game optics in a rimfire riflescope Simmons .22 MAG is in a class all its own.

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3.6 / 5.0
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Great light-duty scope
This scope is awesome for the sale price. It's fairly clear large and easy to sight in. With the sale price it is an unbelievable deal though. I mounted it on a marlin .22 but it only mounts to 3/8 inch not weaver/picatinny. With a new mount It might hold up on an AR15 but only for plinking. If you can catch a sale I highly recommend it!
September 15, 2017
Great scope for .22
This is a great(not really little)scope I put it on my Henry .22 lever and it is a definite upgrade from my now hazy 10 year old Truglow 4x scope that I had on it.(of which I had bought at the same price of this one on sale)
What I mean by not really little is that I would expect a scope this size to be on a deer hunting rifle. I mean its 4 in. longer then my Truglow and feels to be almost 1/2 the weight that being said I would not trust dropping it while on a gun not to say it is fragile it just feels like a hollow tube with thin glass and I would be surprised if it did not break or crack in that situation.
Moving on I am pleasantly surprised with how well this scope handles the reticule is straight forward and picture is quite clear.
What really surprises me is I can look at a target about 50ft. or further with both eyes open then shoulder my rifle and I will be right on target in other words FAST TARGET ACQUSITION.

I may even be able to shoot with both eyes open "ha...ha" ya not me but anyway.

This scope is easy to sight in as it has knobs under the adjustment caps that you can turn with your fingers "no coin or screwdriver needed" and has definite clicks when you turn them
"I expect it to keep zero" anyway I only had time to partly sight it in at some spinner targets yesterday that we always have set up at my bros place as it got dark quickly when I finally got to shoot.
Next time I go out I will bring some boxes and paper and get it fine tuned but I got it pretty close as I was constantly hitting the spinners by the end of the 15 round mag.

Maybe now I will actually be able to hit them pesky squirrels at my brothers farm site.

One thing I do suggest though is if you have little or no experience in mounting scopes you should watch a video or 2 on youtube on how to do it so you have a good idea of what you are doing before you start as you need to mount the rings to the receiver BEFORE you mount the rings to the scope as the rings are not already mounted to the scope.
I am good enough at it that I did not use any special tools.
I just eyeballed it level as it is not as important on a .22 as something that will be used long range.

Remember distance from the eye is important as well I think that is why I can do what I said about shouldering it as I tried it several times before tightening it down to be sure that it is mounted in the right spot.
All in all a vary good value on sale for twenty bucks as I think I would have been weary to buy it at the retail price of fifty.
May 27, 2017
After the first bought two more
Great value for a clear scope. After mounting on a bolt action adjusting for clarity and initial zeroing at 50 yards the scope stays consistently on target. The long eye relief is really great especially if you wear glasses.
May 16, 2017
You get what you pay for.
Bought one for a 22 mag rifle. Rings are for a 3/8 inch grooved receiver and are not compatible with a picatinney/weaver mount. But will work well with a smaller groove width. Scope is not paralax adjustable and is fixed at 100 yards making closer targets out of focus. It is functional but these are not Zeiss optics so deal with it and don't whine. Try one you might like it.
May 18, 2016
Great scope for your rimfire rifles
Perfect scope when you are on a budget for your rimfire rifles.

Ready to use right out of the box.
March 12, 2016
very disappointed
The item arrived today. It doesn't look like the picture as show. Be careful before you order.

Editor's note: The product image has been updated to reflect the actual product.
February 4, 2016
Nice scope but not what the picture is
I received a nice scope; however that's where the similarity ends. The scope isn't close to what the picture is depicting.
January 23, 2016
Don't make the mistake of buying this based on the photo!
The scope for sale (mod 511022) is an OK entry level fixed power scope and the price is good however the stock photo Palmetto used on their web site is of an entirely different model (511072) with advanced features (3x9 variable power and adjustable objective (parallax correction)) which sells for quite a bit more. I phoned Palmetto yesterday (21 Jan 2016) and advised them of the mistake but the photo hasn't been changed. This isn't a slam of Palmetto as I think they do a great job of providing quality products at low prices. I just wanted to post this so a prospective buyer would know that the scope in the picture isn't the scope for sale.
January 22, 2016

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