NcStar 4X20 Compact Air Scope/Blue Lens (SCA420B)

NcStar 4X20 Compact Air Scope/Blue Lens (SCA420B)

  • Tactical 4×20 air scope compatible with air guns
  • Multicoated lens ensure crisp, bright image
  • 26.2-foot field of view @ 100 yards
  • Plex reticle; 2.5 inches of eye relief
  • Dovetail rings mount; measures 7.88 inches

Maximize the performance of your firearm to its full potential with the NcSTAR Tactical Series. The pact and light weight design provides for easy carry and use no matter what situations may arise. Multiple mounting configurations give you choices for quick installation. The NcSTAR Tactical Series is always ready for the action. Features: Classic design in small package Air gun patible Fixed Power Magnification Multi Coated Lenses Includes lens cover Specifications: Magnification: 4X Tube Dia.:

List Price: $ 14.99

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3 thoughts on “NcStar 4X20 Compact Air Scope/Blue Lens (SCA420B)

  1. 91 of 95 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    very good, April 11, 2009
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    This review is from: NcStar 4X20 Compact Air Scope/Blue Lens (SCA420B) (Sports)
    this is a very nice scope. it doesn’t have good magnification, but that’s because its only 4×20. it is very easy to see in, and has a very sharp picture. the cross hairs are a simple ‘+’ shape, but that’s perfect, because it not made to be very long range. its very sturdy, and fits perfect on my crosman 760 pumpmaster. very easy to sight in, and very sturdy, and easy to use scope mounts included. it comes with a cleaning cloth, but its not very good. the seller is very good too. it arrived just on time.

    pros:
    sturdy
    crystal clear
    ring mounts included
    easy to use/sight in

    cons:
    cleaning cloth sucks
    con magnification isn’t very good, but i didn’t need it to be, that’s why i bought it so it aint really a con

    HIGHLY recommended if you need a very affordable scope and doesn’t require much magnification

    not recommended if you want to hit a target at really long distances

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  2. 37 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Info about scopes, August 28, 2006
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    Harry R. Garrett “Harry R” (Woodstock, GA United States) –
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    4×20 = 4X magnification x 20mm diameter objective lens (the end closest to the target).

    Included rings mount to 3/8″ “Dovetail” grooves on .22 caliber rifles. Owners manual should list what kind of ring mount (base) is on the rifle or air gun you want to put a scope on. There are bases and rings made for just about every combination possible. And conversion bases to change from one type to another. At the ranges possible with an air gun 4X is sufficient. The higher the magnification the smaller the area (field of view) that you can see thru the scope. For comparison, 4X is used extensively by deer hunters in wooded situations, and some consider that too high. For moving targets and less than 100 yard ranges 4X will work great.

    Also Nitrogen filled prevents internal fogging, and is a feature usually used on much more expensive scopes.

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  3. 25 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    great scope!, February 25, 2009
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    J. Dalane (USA!) –
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    This review is from: NcStar 4X20 Compact Air Scope/Blue Lens (SCA420B) (Sports)
    This is actually a good scope. I’m using it with my Gamo delta and it works great,a great small scope. and for the price its just wonderful! i do recommend this product!

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