Conclusion: This is a scope I would buy again. It looks good atop my Weatherby Sub-MOA and makes the little varmints run for the hills when they see me coming. If you are on a medium budget and looking for a quality scope that will last you years this scope if for you.
Pros: For the money this is one of the best scopes I have owned. I use it on my .204 Ruger for varmit hunting and have been very impressed. It is a plain and simple scope without a lot of fancy dials that I find just gets in the way. The mil-dot is a nice feature that I thought I would use but haven't found much need for. There is nothing like watching a varmit explode at 300 yards and that can't be done without a good scope.
Cons: Not quite as crisp as my Leopold on 21X but for half the money I'll live.
Summary: Put this scope on a .222 tackdriver. Optics are not really that sharp and the scope does not adjust well at all. I moved the crosshairs 1" to the right and ending up with an alignment 3" down. Should have bought a Leopold.
Summary: HArd to tell if the product is a advertized, However I am dissapointed in the clarity of images and the lack of ability to focus. The binoculars do`not seem to adjust to a small face for children or females. making it difficult to look directly through the lenses. Zoom levels and brightness of images are acceptable.
Summary: I got this binocular because of a lack of selection at any local stores here, even though I can't find reviews for it hoping they would turn out good. It turned out nice, and works good for what I use it for (watching animals from far off, zooming in on the golfers at a near by course, some minor astonomy...). Being a zoom binocular they probably aren't as sharp as set magnification ones, but that doesn't matter to me for what I use it for.