Written on: 11/08/2012 by Taidgh (2 reviews written)
i am more of a precision shooter so i will normally buy a hawke sidewinder type scope but after buying a brocock enigma that had the scope as a combo it was brilliant the ir setting allowed me to hunt later into the night and helped a fair bit in winter to get the last of the rabbits on the farm alas after three years of use and many batterings the ir knob came off it is still on my air rifle but i switch between my hawke sidewinder 30 and the walther and often i am asked which is better but... (read more)
Written on: 24/11/2010 by bigmanSJH (2 reviews written)
After reading reviews on the Walther 3-9x56 I decided to buy one and I have been pretty pleased with what you get for the money! The scope is ideal for low light shooting at ranges upto 45yrds the IR is good although ive never used past the 4th setting. The lenses are very clear and do not mist up even in the bloody miserable scottish weather. Overall the scope is very well made, I dont think you can get much better for under £70! My only issue is that while adjusting the zoom the site can... (read more)
Written on: 16/12/2009
Absolute proof (if needed) that you don`t need to spend hundreds of pounds on a telescopic sight. Well made, classy, quality glass and crystal clear at airgun ranges. Brilliant. Only thing i, a other have said the free mounts. Free for a reason. The sight itself? 5 out of 5. (read more)
Written on: 16/12/2009
Just purchased this scope as a quick cheap replacement for a broken Nikko Stirling 6-24x50 Nighteater. I thought the Walther would be just a stop gap at under £100 but have been extremely impressed with not only the quality but the clarity. Really belies its sub £100 price tag.
I don`t think I`ll replace it! Illuminated reticle is first class and outside in cold or wet mornings its 100% perfect. No fogging or issues of any kind.
My only gripe would be the supplied mounts. Don`t expect... (read more)
Written on: 15/06/2005 by Bretta (1 review written)
I looked at the reviews on this page before buying this Walther 3-9x56 IR scope with the new Gamo CFX .22 air rifle. I saw this as a good combination. On the whole I was right. The gun is suberb (especially for the money) and the scope is faultless - or so I thought. My first issue was the screw fitting on the objective lense end of the scope was loose and would not firmly fasten and would repeatedly come loose. My second issue was that the crosshair didn't seem to be properly set up... (read more)
Written on: 06/06/2005 by Teeb (9 reviews written)
After seeing this Walther 3-9x56 IR scope advertised I decided I must have one. The scope has a very good spec with illuminated reticle, 3-9 times zoom, 56mm lens and free mounts! All for around £55 from a well known manufacturer. It seemed like the offer was too good to be true and for once it wasn't. When I recived the scope I also found that the scope was covered by a lifetime guarantee! I mounted the scope and tried to zero it. This is when I found out the scopes only fault. The mounts... (read more)
Written on: 12/05/2004 by adamcort (2 reviews written)
What can I say. £60 for 3-9 mag scope with 56mm objective lense and illuminated reticle. Somebody must have got the figures wrong somewhere. However, I for one, am not complaining.
I have had my scope for about 12 months now and after getting over the honeymoon period, have really fell in love with this scope.
Lets start with the honeymoon period...
After getting a good set of high mounts and fitting the scope to my Air Arms S200 (only 2mm clearance between front object lense and... (read more)
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