This is my initial impression and finding of the Xtremeware 3-9x32 scope supplied by Airgunnerbsf.
I received the scope packed in bubble wrap on Thursday 25 March.
I used a Tasco 4x32, Lynx 8x56,Gamo 3-9x40 as comparison. The scope was fitted on my CZ200S for this test.
The scope's optics is on par with the others concerning clarity at 40 meters in daylight, I quickly zeroed it at 35 meters and then took the front objective ring of to adjust the parallax. The picture were quite clear at 3x-mag up to 9x-mag at the distance.
It started to get dark with rain on the way, I switced the red light on and started shooting at 35 meters, 1 ragged hole with 5 shots at each target, 4 targets. The red-light was a bit nicer than the green, (personal preference)
The rifle was re-filled to 150 bar(testing -pressure).
I then went to 50 meters on 2 targets, 10 shots each. Between each group I slapped the scope with my hand about 5-7 times, simulating a lekker knock. The POI stayed the same, no shift.
What I would have liked is
-to have a bigger objective size in the scope, like 3-9x40 or similar, available.
-a raised turret which can be adjusted by fingers, no coin needed.
All said, I'm impressed with the scope so far, the finish on the scope is on standard compared to the other scope-brands. The price is also nice in my humble opinion.