Barska 1.5-4.5x20 Tactical Mil Dot Rifle Scope
Compare this scope with the SightMark 1.5-5x30, which is what I did. They take a different approach to essentially the same equipment. For roughly the same price, the SightMark has nice, chunky, clearly-marked (resettable-zero, but non-lockable) target turrets - and a reticle (also first-plane) that is clear throughout the magnification range. The important part to understand here is that the crosshairs will be large at 5x, larger than you might expect. That's the price of having them actually be visible at 1.5x. My reasoning (yours is likely to differ) is this: At short range, 1.5x is perfect for sudden, close targets. More distant targets allow a bit more time, so the "fatter" reticle doesn't annoy as much as the "wispy" other one does at close range.
Neither of these has an adjustable objective, so you'll need to be careful about parallax with whichever you choose.
Specifications: 1.5-4.5x, Field of View (ft@100yds/m@100m) =email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org, Exit Pupil = 11.9-4.4mm, Eye Relief = 3.3", Click value = 1/2.
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BARSKA 1.5-4.5x20, Tactical Mil-Dot Riflescope