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Written on: 16/11/2009 by alandunsmore (8 reviews written)
After reading the various reviews on Richter Optik Rifle 'Scopes, I thought I would just like to add a few comments of my own.
I have no less than six of these 'Scopes. All are 3-9x50 with illuminated reticules. One is on a .22 BSA Lightning Tactical 'Springer, One on a .22 Air Arms S410K PCP, One on an Air Arms S410 Extra PCP(FAC rated) , One on an Anschutz .22 Rimmie, the fifth on a .17HMR CZ American and, finally, the sixth on an old BSA .177 Meteor.
Frankly, I cannot fault these 'Scopes… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/03/2008 by mindlesdecent (4 reviews written)
Ok.got this as part of a deal with a commeta 400.looks great on the gun and after zeroing it in it worked a treat.packrd it up over night and went to use a while later and found it had just un zero'd! by a good few inches too.it happened a few times to me after re alighning.think this is suited to a gun with no recoil at all. Unfortunatly the commeta has some.would like to try it on a rifle as it is so clear and a treat to shoot with… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/11/2007 by Silent sentinel (1 review written)
I have just bought an s200 which now i have my new scope i am over the moon with but when i first bought it there was a Richter Optik 3-9 x 40 scope attached. Never seen one of these before so i decided to give it a chance at £50 on the price of my package. On first impression i was quite pleased with it the optics are nice and clear and the overall finish is good BUT and it a big BUT when i got to the range i found it hard to zero once i had zeroed it i decided to take some bunnys out at my… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/05/2007 by s20023 (2 reviews written)
Right first of all you get what you pay for right? A friend of mine has beautiful German glass that is crystal bright, the Richter isn't in this class, it doesn't pretend to be.
What it does give you is perfectly clear, totally usable vision across all of the mags on the 3-9x zoom. The lenses make great use of the light that comes in so much so that even with camouflage veil across the 40mm lense it is usable well into the twilight ( mine is the non illuminated reticule version). The leaflet… Read Full Review
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