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Pinty 3-9x40EG or truglow buckline 4x32 scope for my 1322
« on: November 10, 2022, 12:38:54 AM »
So I've been using a truglo buckline 3x32 scope I picked up from local shop on my 1322 works pretty good but recently picked up a pinty  3-9X40 EG that I was originally going to put on my crosman shockwave. 22 though I've been debating on possibly switching them and seeing how the pinty does on the 1322. Any thoughts? I believe another member had recommended them as a good alternative to a UTG bugbuster. The 1322 is pretty much my go to gun, so I've been trying to decide if I should  give it a shot.
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Re: Pinty 3-9x40EG or truglow buckline 4x32 scope for my 1322
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2022, 09:14:02 AM »
 IT is a bit longer than a Bug Buster, but that helps with getting the right eye relief, I have had one since 2017 according to Amazon, IIR it may be on one of my pumpers ATM. Glass is dimmer in low light, and if it has the Range finder reticle, it can be busy when using the illimitation. Other than that not a bad scope for the price.
 The Range finder does give some good point blank and long range holds though :)
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Re: Pinty 3-9x40EG or truglow buckline 4x32 scope for my 1322
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2022, 06:06:44 PM »
I'm pretty sure it was one of your posts ironically.  Not sure about the range finder part( has the Reticle and then the incremental lines going down horizontally. I'm still learning alot of the terms). Thinking I may have to give it a try on the 1322, would be nice to be able to get a closer view on some of the shots. Plus the truglo seems like a good fit for the breakbarrel.
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Re: Pinty 3-9x40EG or truglow buckline 4x32 scope for my 1322
« Reply #3 on: November 12, 2022, 01:32:00 AM »
Only downfall I found so far was how the pinty mounts on the 1322 since I don't have the clevercraft rail but instead the style that mounts onto the barrel  up against the breech but not over top so it led to having to  mount both on front half of scope. May have to see about swapping for the single mount that I use for Westlake red dot thats on my A4 classic.
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