Simmons Scopes Optics and Sights
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1 week ago
Step 1: Mount the 8-Point scope by Simmons on your rifle. Step 2: Mount a 10-point buck on your wall. The 8-Point rifle scope by Simmons makes an excellent companion on any deer, hog or coyote hunt, and it boasts a surprising number of features given its price point! This scope has its manufacturer’s exclusive Quick Target Acquisition eyepiece, which provides a constant eye relief of 3.5” or more – throughout the whole power range. No shrinking to make it harder to acquire your target, like many other scopes are prone to doing!
13 months ago
Waterproof, Fog proof and shockproof for the utmost in reliability and durability ASIN#: B079QS1L8C Model number#: WTC62450 Color: Granite Reticle: Truplex Finish: Matte Tube Diameter: 1 in Adjustment Click Value: 1/4 MOA Reticle Focal Plane: Second Focal Plane (SFP) Additional Features: Waterproof, Fogproof, Shockproof Lowest price ever according to price tracker around 50% off. 20+ in stock. Sells and sends by Amazon.
19 months ago
The Simmons Blazerline of riflescopes obsoletes all entrylevel scopes. Nothing in this price point comes close to Blazer's impressive performance. Featuring Simmons' patented TrueZeroadjustment system and QTAeyepiece, the Blazer represents the best value on the market today. High-quality optical glass and fully coated optics deliver bright, sharp images, HydroShieldlens coating helps maintain a clear sight picture…regardless of weather conditions, Simmons' new SureGriprubber surfaces make the Blazer one of the easiest scopes to adjust under any shooting conditions
21 months ago
The 8-point 4x32 riflescope features a modest 32mm objective, a 1.0" tube, and a Truplex reticle. This entry-level optic is fitted high-quality coated lenses, and 1/4 MOA adjustments. A mounting base and rings are used to attach a riflescope to a firearm. A comfortable sight picture is contingent upon the height of the rings. A comfortable cheek-weld is the result of properly positioning the scope over the receiver. Mounting the scope close to the receiver is preferable, yet scopes with larger objectives need higher rings so the front bell can clear the barrel.