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CenterPoint TAG Series IR 4-16x40 AO

1" Tube, TAG bullet drop compensating reticle
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  • Rifle scope
  • 4-16x magnification
  • 40mm objective lens (adjustable objective)
  • 1" tube
  • TAG-Style reticle (red-green illuminated)
  • 10 yds to infinity AO parallax setting
  • 25.0-6.3' field of view @ 100 yds
  • 4.1-3.7" eye relief
  • 10.0mm to 2.4mm exit pupil
  • Scope length is 13.86"
  • Includes CR2032 battery
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Specs
  • ManufacturerCenterPoint
  • ConditionNew
  • Accessories TypeSCOPES
  • WarrantyLifetime limited warranty
  • Weight1.09
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
4.0
4.012 Reviews
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4.0
By MtnmanSeptember 18, 2019

Stronger than required for an AirGun but great Optics. Looks awesome on the gun as well 👍🏻

Pros
Strong Optics works great in low lighting

Cons
Tricky set up but accurate once 0

5.0
By David J.USAJune 23, 2016

This scope is an updated version of the old 16x40 scope. Moving the iluminated reticle closer to the viewer makes tne red and green ilumination much brighter. Optics are very clear even at 16x.

1.0
By WayneFebruary 17, 2016

I bought a hatsan striker 1000 the scope that cam with It would not hold a group so agd sent me this one which was just as bad, I have not found a scope that will work with this gun

5.0
By BryanUSAFebruary 5, 2016

Great scope to sight in on my Hatsan model100X .22 air rifle

Pros
Very easy to slide in ,nice Weaver rings

Cons
None

5.0
By JayUSAOctober 19, 2015

One of these scopes came on my upgraded bundle for the Benjamin Shockey NP2 .22 caliber. I liked it so much I bought one to replace the 4X on the Benajmin Shockey NP2 .177 I bought at the same time. Performs exactly as I expected. It's very clear, easy to adjust the features and seems like it will be a durable scope. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend trying it. It's not a conventional mil-dot but rather what they call a TAG crosshair. No left to right or vertical above the center line dots, just below the center line. It's not designed to help you adjust windage, only trajectory. A little different but once you range it for the individual gun, it's easy to use and a nice feature.

Pros
Price Clear at all magnifications Adjustable Parallax adds to accuracy bright illumination feature

Cons
Haven't found one

1.0
By RandyJuly 19, 2015

At first I love this scope when I mounted it on my Gamo® Shawn Michaels Air Rifle, but after about 500 round the left crosshair fell off.

Pros
Clear optics

Cons
Can't take the punishment that my Gamo® Shawn Michaels Air Rifle dishes out

5.0
By karal legendreUSAMay 11, 2015

it was everything as advertised. it took lease than 10 shots to zero in.

4.0
By ryanUSADecember 28, 2014

i put this scope on my hatsan 150 .25 cal. the rail mount screws kept coming loose after a couple shots so i recently put some threadlocker on them and will try it out tomorrow. my hatsan has an extreme recoil that is almost impossible to use a rest it just bounces. the scope is clear and the illuminated mil dot rectile is awsome. it looks and feels like a great scope, hope it holds up.

Pros
ao, mil dot rectile, and nice solid build

Cons
scope rail mounts. should be one piece mount

5.0
By ChunUSAOctober 18, 2014

It is still a great scope, and it is easy to zero in. I purchased it for my Benjamin Maurader. I hit the bulleye easily with it at 40 yds, and I have not try to shoot further with this yet. I just find the adjustment a bit tighter than the Leaper scope, maybe that is just me.

Pros
Works great. accurate. Price is reasonable.

Cons
kinda tight and it is hard to adjust with one hand. lens cover looks and feels cheap.

3.0
By DavidUSAJune 19, 2014

This Centerpoint is a good scope. I installed it on my Benjamin XL 1100 and I won't make a review until I've had well over 1000 pounds on the product. My 1100 has turned many top brand scopes to junk. It has a heavy kick for a powerful rifle. On this gun all of the lateral vertical and related knobs have vibrated loose. But it still holds center much to my amazement. Tighten them up and continue shooting. I'm sure it would work excellent Benjamin trail something with a little less kick it should last a long time. I wouldn't recommend it on something like WRS 48 because this gun is vicious on scopes. The cross hairs are a little thick and after my picking it a part it is a good scope. For the average shooter it is an excellent price.

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Does this scope come with mounts that will work on the benjamin marauder?

asked Tim from USA

The standard Marauder needs 11 mm dovetail base rings. The Marauder FT and LW barrel models can use weaver base scope rings.

Mark from USA

Will this work on Gamo show stopper?

asked Donmounts

Will this work on a (270cal) Mossberg deer rifle?

asked Jeff Johnson

Yes, I put one on my Remington 770 .308. This scope is clearer than the Nikon scope I had on it. Shot a deer with it.

Clyde from USA

Anything rated for a "springer" air rifle will most definitely work on a centerfire... a .270 should be fine. I'd keep it maxed at a 30.06... stay off the magnums like the .300's + because it really is "cheap" glass.

NCBowhunter
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