BSA Optics Zoom Spotting Scope

Priced: $149.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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The BSA zoom spotting scope merges rugged durability with fully coated optics for bright, crisp images and high-definition color contrast at higher powers compared to other scopes in this price range. Lock on to your subject, then zoom in for greater detail using the variable zoom magnification. Fold-down eyecup ensures adequate eye relief. O-ring-sealed and nitrogen purged for waterproof, fogproof integrity. Rubber-armored body and attached lens cover add protection. Smooth-focusing knob for microadjustments. Includes panhead tripod and soft carry case. Manufacturer's limited one year warranty.
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BSA Optics Zoom Spotting Scope Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Needed a spotting scope

As I age, my eyes are not what they use to be. I purchased the BSA spotting scope on sale at a great price. Today I got to use the scope and 100 yards was great, got out to 200 was a little harder, but do-able especially if you’re using splatter targets. Pros: it works well, the price (on Sale), and it feels solid. Cons: You have to press you eye all the way onto the eyepiece to get a full view, (no eye relief at all), and come with a cheap soft case.
venicejd at Cabelas on 01/03/2014

Good 100 yard Spotting Scope

This Spotting scope works well out to 100 yards. We use it primarily for 22 rifle target practice in the 50 to 100 yard range. Price is good. Holds focus well. 150+ yards magnification is not enough.
jackarm at Cabelas on 06/04/2013

Negative Reviews:

You get what you pay for

Not worth the money - even on sale. Field of view is tiny. The light gathering is poor. And we couldn't get a truly sharp focus. We took it back and invested in a Vortex Diamondback spotting scope. Wow, what a difference!
ajk44 at Cabelas on 01/14/2014

Neutral Reviews:

Spotting scope

Was OK but eye piece did't fold back so I could use it with my glasses.
PPS49 at Cabelas on 07/30/2013