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Tasco DMGA39X32T Golden Antler 3-9x32 Rifle Scopes

Rifle Scopes Manufacturer: Tasco
Tasco Model: DMGA39X32T Golden Antler 3-9x32
Review Category: Rifle Scopes

Purchase: Rifle Scopes Purchased this scope on an eBay auction from Camelback Jewlry Plus in Phoenix, AZ. I paid $29 US but I regularly see it listed by other retailers from $59 - $89 US.

Things I like about the Tasco DMGA39X32T Golden Antler 3-9x32 Rifle Scopes: (1) The $29 US price. (2) The lifetime warranty. (3) It's fogproof - my old scope wasn't. (4) Easy to sight-in and stays sighted in. (5) Bright, clear optics for the price. (6) Low-profile 32 mm objective lens.

What I don't like about the Tasco DMGA39X32T Golden Antler 3-9x32: It's not what I would call a dislike, but the yellowish tint to the lenses took a little getting use to.

Rifle Scopes DMGA39X32T Golden Antler 3-9x32 quality: The overall construction and fit-&-finish is quite good. The magnification ring is smooth and does not stray. The windage and elevation adjustments are sturdy and also do not seem to move on their own. The fogproof lenses also did their job perfectly. In November, early morning hunting in eastern Canada means temperatures well below the freezing mark. There were no fogging or visibility problems whatsoever.

DMGA39X32T Golden Antler 3-9x32 summary: For the 5 days a year that I get to go out and do a little deer hunting, I figured I'd take a chance on this scope for my 300 Savage. After taking a 195 pound, 7-pointer from 225 yards, I must say I was quite impressed. I hit exactly where I aimed. I recently sold the 300 Savage but decided to keep the scope and mount it on my Parker Hale 303 British. Once again, accuracy is not an issue. I realize this is by no means comparable to the high-end Leuplod's and Bushnell's, but on low-recoil rifles such as a 300 Savage or a 303 British, it works just fine. I have a new Leupold mounted on my 30-06 Model 70. Granted, the Leupold is clearer and more rugged, but at $400+ US, it should be. For the not-too-serious hunter who is on a budget and is not shooting a heavy-recoil rifle, I'd recommend this scope in a heartbeat. Most cheaper scopes have a limited and shoerter life span than their more expensive counterparts. If something should go wrong with this scope, there is the lifetime warranty to fall back on. But if it should ever happen that I have to buy another one, all I can say is that this one has already paid for itself.

Rating for this Tasco product: 4

Author of this review on Tasco Rifle Scopes: Brent Lanteigne

Date: 2005-01-05

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