I absolutly LOVE this optic. It holds zero, tracks perfectly, the reticle works well and as designed, is simple to use. The glass is so clear! I can identify targets out to 800+ yards no problem. Its very high quality. Iv had a 6-24 from vortex (the pst) and this is better. Yea I know, "its so much cheaper how can it be better?" I dont know how acme does it, but this scope is amazing. Get you one before the price goes up!
Seems solid so far. Haven't mounted or shot with it yet to check tracking as I am still building the .224 Val. it is going on. Love the reticle. Sub $300 ffp, wow.
Check out this scope on the web and youtube. It received good ratings. So I bought one for my Valkyrie build. Very clear glass, and well made.
A good bang for the buck scope. It is a good scope for the budget minded shooter. I have put the scope on my 24" Bushmaster Varmiter upper to test the scope zero. It does a good job helping me getting on paper fast. The 24x was the big difference with my old eyes. Since I can see the holes on the target very clear. My closest budget friendly scope is a discontinued Weaver Grand Slam 2.5-10x (i believe) FFP target knob 1" tube scope. For the price I paid when it was being clearance item. For the same price paid back 14 years ago for the Weaver, I got a 30mm body, side parallax adjustment knob with illuminated FFP reticle with this scope. That's a great bargain. I am planning a long term testing with the scope once I have more available free time.
Inexpensive FFP scope So far I just mounted it on a 10/22 to test it. I like the reticle. Adjustments seemed to be consistent in all directions. Image quality nice and sharp, even at highest power.
Saved a bundle on a very good scope Really good scope. It performs as well as my Vortex. I will definitely be buying more of these.
Just as good as the Vortex I bought this scope for my AR10. I had a Vortex PST II, 5-25 X 50ffp on order for 4 months. Wanted to go shoot. Well the Vortex showed up at my door step last week and I thought I would kinda compaire the 2 scopes side by side. Took the Acme scope and put it on my .223 and went to the range. First thing I noticed was getting the focus and parallax set correctly. The Vortex was as it should be but the Acme was a different set up. I did get it set but it took some figuring out because once I set it up as normal the rectile was out of focus. Played with it and got it focused and working. The reticle on the Vortex was very thin lines and sometimes difficult to see against the target. The reticle on the Acme was thicker lines and very easy to see (kinda wish the Vortex had this reticle). I did not use the lit reticle on both scopes during shooting. Don't know if would have helped. The glass on both scopes was bright and did not see any shadows and distortion at the higher power settings. Shot out to 200 yds and both scopes were right on and worked as designed. The eye relief on both scopes was about the same and different power levels. Over all the Acme performed just as good as the Vortex (I'm a big Vortex fan). Now you can spend $1200 for the Vortex or $300 for the Acme. If your on a budget I would recommend the Acme scope. In my mind it is a very good scope for the money, I would buy it again if I needed a high power scope for another build.
Great Long Range Scope Great scope for the price. It has all the features of the much more expensive brands.
Sgt (Ret) Charles Schuhart
Great glass for a Great price I'm used it to hit 800 yards. So far no issues at all! Holds zero and I'm excited to use it to hit out to 1000+! Now I just gotta find the range that long!
Long range scope I have been looking for a long range scope for a long time, but the prices have stymied my efforts until I found this scope. I figured I would buy one to see what it was like and if it was not to my liking I would just sell it. The scope arrived very quickly and after unpacking it I found it to be a well made scope with great, clear optics. Afterwards I went and ordered two more for other rifles I plan on shooting over long distances. For the money these are great scopes and are as good as those running much more. I would recommend this scope for anyone on a tight budget.
Great Glass Super clear and sturdy construction! Was not disappointed with this purchase. I put it on my 6.5 Grendel ar. Holds zero fantastic
GOOD CUSTOMER SERVICE Purchased scope at a smok'n price. Have it on my AR10 and so far so good. Optics are clear and at high power just little distortion and eye relief gets smaller. Not a big deal when bench shooting. No instructions or sun shade were included. I inquired about the sun shade and was immediately sent one and it arrived in 3 days. The parallax set up was different than my Vortex scope and took some trial and error before I got it correctly focused. I do like the FFP reticle (never had one before) once you get it dialed in it works great. For the money you can't go wrong.
clear as a bell I put this on my Savage model 12 in 204cal. to replace my Leupold 6-20 varmint. I was really surprised to find this scope at this price to be as good and clear. I cranked it up to 24 power and I found it to be just as clear as if it was at 6 power..My Nikon Monarch is not as clear as this scope at 20 power.
Great optic for the price Got one of these to review and I am really impressed with the clarity of the glass and how well the scope tracks. Definitely worth the money if you are looking for good quality but don’t have the money for a $2000 optic. Reticle is great and really helps if you are getting into the PRS rifle competitions.