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Lexington-1 11-13-2012 1:31 PM

Adjustable Objective vs Adjustable Parallax
 
Gents

I'm looking at getting a scope for a .22 I'll basically be using it for rats at night. So I'm looking for a scope that can focus at short range. I found two scopes that may suit my needs. They are very similar.

UTG 3-9X32 Compact CQB Bug Buster AO RGB Scope
http://www.leapers.com/prod_detail.p...2AOLWQ&status=

UTG 30mm SWAT 3-12X44 Compact IE Scope
http://www.leapers.com/prod_detail.p...2AOIEW&status=

Now the Bug Buster shows that it has an Adjustable Objective and the SWAT has a Parallax Adjuster. Are these two features basically the same or do they perform different functions? I've did some research on the web but I get conflicting information. If they are different, then which of the two would be best for close range targets.

Thanks

clbshooter 11-21-2012 12:42 PM

I just ordered the Bug Buster 3X9X32 (SCP-M392AOLWQ) for $74.97 from OpticsPlanet not 10 minutes ago. If you order $200 or more and use BFWEEK in the promotional code box you get an addl. $25 off. So if you have the funds it is easy to buy that much. This is going on a 10-22 takedown, although may have to change the mounts but I am ok with that. Happy Thanksgiving. I can't answer the question about AO vs PA as this is the first scope I have bought in over 40 years. Yeah thats right I am an old fart and my vision is not as good as it used to be.

OpticsPlanet 11-23-2012 6:41 AM

An adjustable objective and side focus turret do the same thing, adjust the parrallax. Its personal preference to which you want, I like the side focus for most scopes because I can keep my eye behind teh glass and easily adjust to the distance I am shooting. For BR, I like the AO because its set it and forget it because my distance wont change on the fly.

Trevor B.

Lexington-1 11-30-2012 1:31 PM

Thanks for the info Trevor


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