Excerpt: I was looking for an inexpensive 4 power for my .22 for coyote hunting. This fit the bill. I don't need long range shooting. I have a varmint gun for that. But this was in the $[$] range and I am satisfied. Yes, it isn't top of the line for clarity like a 200 dollar scope but it is just what I wanted. The shopping experience online and shipping were great service. Thanks so much. I didn't rate the "ruggedness" under pros, because I just started using it a week ago.
Pros: Accurate, Adequate Power, Clear , Easy To Adjust, Easy To Install
Summary: I bought a pair to put on my .22 rifles. I normally just use the 4 power setting on all my scopes, so this was just what I wanted. I use it hunting squirrels, and armadillos. The adjustments work great, and has held zero with no problems. For the money paid,it is a good scope for my needs.
Summary: I use this scope on a Smith/Wesson 5.5" .22 LR. With the rings that I mounted with, I can still use the iron sights for 20 yard shots (up close) but the Pronghorn scope allows me to be accurate at 50 yards. 1.75" inch spread @ 50 yards with this scope.
Summary: This scope was exactly what I wanted. I mounded it on a Remington 597 22 auto, for plinking. At 30 yards and sighting the scope in my first 20 shots were in the bullseye, within a quarter, and I don't recall missing the bullseye with my first 60 shots. The Remington and the scope are both new and I would recommend both for plinking. I used a solid mount setup from LG outdoors.
Summary: I only wish it had came with mount rings. I mounted it on my daughters 10/22. Be sure to use purple lock tight on the ruger scope mount even though the say not to. Quick to sight in, about 20 rounds, and she is peppering the red dot at 50 yrds.
Summary: Neat, basic scope. Not much more to say. Fixed power, clear glass, crisp crosshairs. May not survive a High-Altitude, Low-Opening parachute drop, but it does has a sturdy feel to it :) Recoil from a .223 semi-auto has not affected it.