The 1x30 electro sight riflescope is designed for quick tactical shooting.
The scope includes a tactical red illuminated cross reticle.
Designed for quick tactical shooting, the Barska 1x30 M-16 electro sight riflescope is perfect for everything from targets to turkeys. The riflescope offers such features as a seven-position reticle illumination adjustment, 1/2-inch-click adjustable windage and elevation adjustments, and a removable magnification objective lens. As a result, youll enjoy plenty of eye relief and increased shooting accuracy. The scopes multi-coated ruby lenses, meanwhile, produce sharp images with minimum glare--a must for precision aiming. And thanks to the scopes high impact rating, its built strong to withstand high-caliber recoil shot after shot. Other features include a parallax-free image at 100 yards, a standard Weaver-style mount, a black matte finish, a tactical red illuminated cross reticle, and a five-position rheostat that allows you to make individual reticle brightness adjustments. Built to provide unlimited eye relief for such rifles as the AR-15, M-16, M-4, and SKS, the 1x30 scope carries Barskas one-year limited warranty.
- Magnification: 1x
- Objective lens: 30mm
- Reticle: Red IR cross
- Exit pupil: 23mm
- Optical coating: Fully coated
- Field of view: 54 feet @ 100 yards
- Eye relief: Unlimited
- Adjustment knob: Side windage and elevation
- Elevation: Black matte
- Length: 6 inches
- Weight: 12.8 ounces
- Included accessories: Battery and lens cloth
- Warranty: 1 year
Barska is a worldwide sport optics company with strong brand recognition within the optics industry, with corporate offices in La Verne, California, and warehouses and distribution centers in La Verne and Shanghai, China. Barska offers an extensive line of precision sport optics products, such as binoculars, riflescopes, spotting scopes, and telescopes. The product range has been designed and built with the latest optical technology, allowing users to enjoy all their favorite leisure time outdoor activities, including bird watching, outdoor observation, hunting, fishing, stargazing, concerts, and sporting events.
Average Customer Review
(181 customer reviews)
Excellent Red dot/Red Crosshair for your AR15 M4 5.56 black rifle, June 26, 2009
A great Red dot scope. After shopping around for a few months, I wanted a red dot scope for my custom built new Franken 5.56mm/ .223 RRA/CMMG/Bushmaster M4 16 Carbine build. This is my SHTF/ Personal Defense weapon, I didnt want any Chinese Aimpoint clone that would break when the wind changes direction or defending against an intruder, nor a break the bank $500 Aimpoint that has only a single red dot. The bushnell trophy 1x30 T-dot had rave reviews and i loved the 2MOA dot and 10MOA T reticle, but at 200 bucks... That seemed alot. So Barska, seemed to be perfect, a 2MOA dot with surrounding 10 MOA Crosshair reticle that seemed to be rugged, [...], and a faster to acquire reticle. ITs not a Trijicon ACOG 4x32, that i would love to have, but its at its highest setting it is nicely bright in the summer time middle of the desert (no clouds) shooten range, and nicely dim in at lowest setting in the dark. The mount seems stable, but after firing 70 rounds at the range, it loosened up the.
Barska AR-15 Scope, June 27, 2009
Douglas C. Campbell (Portland OR)
I ordered this scope soon after completing my AR..I had an idea what to expect and anticipated a quality product, that would allow me quick target acquisition and an accurate shot..My son took me out to sight in the carbine on Father's Day..it worked perfectly, I was on target and within 10 shots was within an inch at 75 yards..I wouldn't hesitate to purchase this for you AR/M4.
Buyer Beware!!, March 2, 2012
Stop! Before you order one of these, read on. Though I wouldn't say I'm an authority on optics, I have played with quite a few being an Infantry squad leader in the Army. I purchased this optic for 99.99 while it was on sale. I received it in about 8 days. Opened it up, turned it on, and my hopes for this sight were destroyed. The reticle produced a crosshair, as advertised. What wasn't advertised were the other 2 faded crosshairs overlapping the "right" one. It doesn't take a genius to understand that 3 crosshairs inhibits the devices ability to properly hold a zero and acquire a true sight picture. Barska seemed to understand, which I understood better later. The phone rep assured me that this was a fluke, isolated incident, I wish I hadn't believed her. Because I'm building this AR-15 for my wife before I return to Afghanistan, time was of major importance. So instead of waiting 3 weeks for Barska to "inspect" the device and replace it, I opted for a refund and in faith of the.