| ugzkmk wrote:|
I have one in .222 Remington and one in 22-250, both single shot
OK... that is the reason I asked. The Cooper 21, I believe, comes in .17 and .22 calibers. That is OK and the fact that the Konus does well with those calibers is OK as well. However, that does not imply it will perform well on higher calibers. I have been through a number of "less expensive" (after a while "cheap scopes" get expensive... it adds up) scopes that did well on below .30 caliber rifles and then fell apart on .30 and above. It is good to know that the scope has performed well for you in the limited range you have used it. Until you "test" it on some big bangers, please caveat your praise. You don't want to be the cause of someone with limited funds investing in a scope that will not perform on their rifle. My much maligned NcStar has been on .220 Swift, 30-06, and 7mmMag... it is still holding zero and allowing me to shoot as well as I and the rifle can perform. I do not expect longevity, though, and would NOT recommend it for someone who intended to shoot above .22 cal. Perhaps not even for .22 cal...
It may have just been permanently retired.
I wish you continued success and "always in the 10 ring".