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CenterPoint AR22 4x32

1" Tube, Includes Medium Dovetail Rings
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NEW AND IMPROVED! This scope replaces the Crosman 4032 scope as of August 2007. Rings to fit standard 3/8" dovetail mounts included! Limited Lifetime Warranty Specifications:
  • Power: 4x
  • Obj. Lens Dia (mm): 32
  • AO: N
  • Illum. Reticle: N
  • Reticle: Duplex
  • Field of View (ft. at 100 yds): 28.0
  • Eye Relief (in.): 3.0
  • Exit Pupil (mm): 6.0
  • Parallax Setting (yds): 30 yds
  • W/E Adjust Click Value: 1/4 M.O.A
  • Tube Size: 1"
  • Length (in.): 10.5
  • Weight (oz.): 12.9
  • Rings Included: Y
  • Lens Covers: Elastic
  • Sun Shade: N

  • Duplex reticle
  • Tool-free, finger adjustable windage and elevation dials
  • Includes lens covers and medium profile premium rings
  • One piece tube construction
  • CenterPoint's Advantage lens coating reduces light loss and limits glare, while allowing optimum light transmission
  • Ergonomically designed grips for fast focus eyepiece and magnification
  • Mil-Dot range estimating reticle
  • 100% waterproof, fogproof and shockproof

Easily mounts on all air rifles with 3/8" dovetail grooved receiver. 3/8" dovetail ring mounts included.
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  • ManufacturerCenterPoint
  • Condition New
  • Accessories Type SCOPES
  • Warranty Lifetime limited warranty
  • Weight 0.62
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By BrianSeptember 11, 2020

Nice looking scope. Optics are very clear.

Unable to hold a consistent grouping when bench sighting in. It holds a few round group then moves all over the place. No consistency. Each time I pick up my gun it shoots in a different spot.

By JeffreyUSAApril 29, 2020

This is the second one on my gun. They both have the same problem. Elevation is difficult to zero in and when you do, after a couple of shots, it is 2 to 3 inches high. Side to side seems to hold reasonably well. Do not waist you money.


not stable

By Robert AUSAJuly 28, 2019

There is nothing wrong with this scope. True,it is not a high end scope or anything fancy. But, it serves its purpose. Some complain about the inability to hold zero. If you are using it on a springer you have to compensate for barrel droop. Being a low end scope, it dosen't hold extreme setinhs too well so you need to shim the scope or use a barrel droop mounting rail. Then it works great

Good price Lens and focus clear enough Rugged

Not the best scope.

By DaveSeptember 6, 2016

For the price, it's a ig improvement over iron sights for thes 76 year old eyes. A competition scope it is not; but it gets the job done, so far it's had about 200 recoils from my Benjamin Trail NP with no problem. It's holding a good zero. Good shooting, and best wishes, Dave

By cody l.June 3, 2016

this scop will easly zero in at 45yards i use it on my siver kodic 177-22 to hunt squrle and shooting matches with friends . i would highy recomind it . its been put up sence squril seasion last feburay it was steahl spot on gratea


By KikiFebruary 26, 2016

using with a Crosman 760 in 20 - 30 yd range works fine. Other negative reviews are on breakbarrel airguns which have special considerations for ANY sight -- hope they find out and get the right one

easy to zero-in, stays consistent

none for my purposes

By DENNY H.February 16, 2016

I have 3 air rifles with this so called pellet scope.If ya wanna spend hours trying to zero this thing in,have at it.Cross hairs are crooked,seals are visible in eye peice because they came loose.Optics are blurry on the ends on all 3.Went and bought 3 more hoping I just got some bad ones.NOT THE CASE. I called the factory and I quote,"What did you expect,is what the woman who answered the phone said.She did offer to send me some new mounts,but as I told her don t bother,it"s not the mounts. Seriously,don't bother with this one.Ya won" be happy.


By PhilOctober 27, 2013

I'm used to very high end optics(telescopes) and this is most certainly not high end but it came on my Optimus and once it's zeroed in I haven't needed any adjustments.some of the bolts loosen sometimes but a little clear nail polish holds them in. I see no reason to upgrade since it does what it needs to do. I plan on adding a laser and a light mounted on this scope. Right now my lights underneath. If you're looking for high end optics for a pellet gun I think you should reevaluate your priorities.

Cheap, versatile, works like it should, stays zeroed

It is what it is. A low priced scope.

By BryanApril 5, 2013

Don't buy it. The focus scope fell apart and fell on while using a Big Cat 1250. Looks good, but don't get fooled! Fell apart the first day on Christmas!

Looks good

Not Durable, not even on a air rifle. Protector dont fit. MADE IN CHINA!

By IanJanuary 17, 2013

This scope came with my optimus. Just like one of the other guys was saying, this thing moves all over the place! Sometimes I can get it on and then BAM!! Just like that, it's three inches off. Doesn't matter how many clicks I turn the adjustments. Sometimes it just won't adjust. Then BAM!!! It's ten inches off! Love my optimus but I'm getting a new scope. Get what ya pay for I suppose.


That it's allowed to be sold for money.

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Have crossman 392pa, do I need the b272 mounts with this scope?

asked Rich

Can I put this on a Daisy 901? I've never bought a scope before and don't understand the mounting system. Thanks!

asked Clay

Yes you can put any scope you like. You probably have 3/8'' mounting grooves on your daisy, so the scope rings that come with this scope will work. Airguns and 22 caliber rimfire rifles almost always have the 3/8''~10mm dovetail grooves. When you mount your scope be sure to put your up/down adjustment turret up and your windage turret to the right hand side of your rifle. Snug the scope rings to the rifle then put your scope on the rings. Jus tighten the ringscrews enough to hold the scope in place you need to be able to turn the scope so u can level it up. After you feel that u have the scopes crosshairs level and in line with the bore of the gun then you tighten the screws up alternating between the left and right side.if you try and tighten one side then the other you'll end up twisting the scope anf making the crosshairs out of line. Hope this helps

chris pelfrey

Is this a good scope for the pumpmaster 760 cal.177 crosman?

asked ruben from USA

What is a duplex or mil-dot reticle? The description contradicts itself.

asked gabriel from USA

A duplex reticle is thicker towards the edges and thin in the center. A mil-dot reticle has smaller indicator marks on it. The two are not mutually exclusive.

Brent from USA

How can I obtain a manual or sight in instructions?

asked Ed

Look it up on YouTube, they should have a video on how to sight in a scope.

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