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Wide magnification range of the Cabela's Covenant 5X SFP Riflescope gives you increased flexibility when transitioning between close and long-range shots. Second-Focal-Plane design keeps the reticle the same size throughout the entire magnification range. The 30mm main-tube construction comes machined from high-grade aluminum for lightweight, rugged strength. Low-profile turrets with 1/10 mil adjustments ensure smooth, precise calibration. Side-focus parallax allows correction. Christmas-tree-style holdover reticle for quick target acquisition at all distances. Nitrogen-filled for waterproof, shockproof and fogproof performance. Includes lens cloth and user guide.
MPN#: 715037
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I would stay away from the entire line of Cabela's Covenant scopes, because Cabela's has chosen to provide so little information on these scopes. Their are no Specification Sheets, warranty info, or owner's manuals available. They have omitted key information, like eye-relief, weight, and windage/elevation data. They could have easily included all that information, but for some reason chose not to. My advice is to go with Vortex, or Athlon. They both have excellent customer service, warranties, and provide detailed information on their scopes.

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My advice is to stay away from Cabelas's and Vortex and stick with Leupold, Burris or Nikon. Vortex seems to be all the rage, but the one and only Vortex I will ever have doesn't have near the quality of glass as the three I mentioned.

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The largest percentage of postings here are regular retail prices. Just another place for the companies to advertise. I'm not sure exactly how the game works but I think the OP is getting some kind of kickback. @waltdog, both 5-25x50 and 3-15x50 are listed, if one sells out the other remains listed.

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This is the full retail price. I thought this site for deals & discounts Am I wrong?

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I have the 4-16×44 on a sub moa 22. Under that use, if you are willing to use the reticle for everything and never touch the turrets again after sight in, I'd say it is a good deal. Poi does not shift with zoom or parallax adjustment like other cheap scopes I've had. The glass is pretty decent for the price. The reticle is awesome on mine at all magnifications.

Downsides of the one I have:

parallax labeling is WAY off and not by a consistent amount
elevation has crosstalk with windage if you use a lot of travel (22lr at 300 yards, back to 50)
Windage adjustment not repeatable
If you are at the bottom of the eyebox, the image goes blurry (75%of the eyebox is fine, this is easy to live with)

I'm taking mine back within the 90 days. I want to be able to dial for elevation.

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Appreciate this response. We need more of this. Thank you

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Ad says 5-25x50 but the store page 3-15x50. So which is it?

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HX Optics Co., Ltd. China makes Cabela's scopes.

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Cabelas is a fucking joke! They don’t stand behind anything they brand smfh

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I walked into the Cabela's customer service counter, set down my broken scope (no box or receipt). They sent me to Optics who gave me the same model but a different reticle that was in stock. They offered to fix mine and ship it back to me but I couldn't wait. Easy peasy warranty replacement.

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Would do you expect for that price? Please don’t say Japan or German quality.

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Anyone know anything about this? I like the stats and the price but don't usually trust a store brand.

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