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This review is from: Vulcan PH1501 Steel Platform Cart
Pros: None so far...
Cons: Extremely poor packaging results in box opening during shipment and parts becoming lost. I cannot attach the wheels because of four missing bolts & washers.
Other Thoughts: The manufacturer should take batter care to insure that ALL of the included parts cannot become dislodged and/or lost during shipment. On the other hand, the Newegg seller (Vanguard Wholesale) should have enough sense to package the item securely rather than shipping it in the flimsy box it was wearing when it came off the shipping container from China. The package was delivered by FedEx all beat up, with the ends taped closed (it had OBVIOUSLY been popped open by the shipping abuse) and loose parts missing. Now I have to either deal with a RMA (and probably lost $$ for return shipping) or I have to go to the local hardware store to buy replacements for the missing parts. Oh, and the included "instructions" don't say what size or thread pitch the bolts are, so it's guess work when I get there.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Banner Matte Riflescope
Pros: Good price, good optical quality, and yes - it's available at Newegg.
Cons: None yet
Other Thoughts: Grant H.: The focus ring is NOT for focusing on the target, it's for focusing the reticle to your visual acuity (so you can use it without your eyeglasses). Therefore, if you use it to focus on the target, it WILL make the reticle out of focus.
The six steps to firing the shot: 1) sight alignment 2) sight picture 3) respiratory pause 4a) focus your eye on the front sight post or reticle 4b) focus your mind on keeping the sight post or reticle on the [out of focus] target 5) squeeze the trigger 6) follow through - take a mental snapshot of where the sights were when the shot went off and hold the trigger back 'til the bullet has left the barrel.
So I give 5 eggs to compensate somewhat for Grant's lack of understanding.
This review is from: NEW Simmons 22 MAG 4x32 Rimfire Riflescope w/ Rings, Truplex Reticle, Black
Cons: Multiple problems with the reticle on this series scope. I know three people who own one, and I own one, and all four of us have experienced similar problems with the reticles. On one, the horizontal crosshair has cropped to the bottom of the scope. On two others, the vertical crosshair has canted to one side. And on mine the windage adjustment is bottomed out all the way to the left and the bullet impact at target hasn't changed.
Other Thoughts: Do a Google search for complaints or problems with this series Simmons scope. Then invest your money in something else.READ FULL REVIEW