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UTG New Gen 80mm Add-On SWAT Wheel

For AccuShot SWAT Scopes
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Get on target & stay there! If you're serious about field target, hunting or target shooting, you'll want to add this sidewheel to your Accushot scope with side parallax adjustment to get fine, precise adjustments at the very slightest increments.

UTG New Gen Sidewheel Features
  • 80mm diameter (3.149")
  • Use with AccuShot New Gen SWAT (sidewheel adjustable turret) scopes with AO (adjustable objective)
  • Makes it easier to make fine and minute parallax adjustments
  • Aluminum
  • 1.4 oz.
  • Includes hex wrench
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  • Manufacturer UTG
  • Condition New
  • Accessories Type Shooting Needs & Accessories
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By kellyUSANovember 7, 2017

Great Quality

Works and Looks great on my scope

By MatthewUSAMarch 14, 2017

This a must for any of the SWAT style scopes. I have both the 60mm and 80mm on my scopes.

By StevenUSAJanuary 12, 2016

I love to bench shot and this is the perfect addition to a UTG Swat scope! Easy to install and remove. No need to tighten set screws because it fits that good to the turret. Makes focusing so much easier and it looks really cool! I have 3 and will purchase more real soon!

Easy to install. Easy to remove. Makes it easy to adjust!

Wish I would have purchased sooner.

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The numbers on my scope run oppposite to the numbers on the wheel. It is difficult to install because it's too tight. The inside diameter is shown in the Specs.

asked Jay from USA

Does anyone know what outside diameter of the sidewheel should be in order for this to fit?

asked Peter from USA

What size focus knob does this fit? I'm looking to adapt to an Athlon scope, which is 32mm or 1.26"

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