Scopes & Mounts


Can’t hit your target accurately? Well there is a solution, and that solution is to upgrade your scope.

What exactly is a scope? Well a scope for one can be defined as a “tracking” tool that is commonly used by hunters, or sometimes for target practice. Scopes are one of the solutions for inaccurate shootings.


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Scopes vary in price and brand. They can range from as low as $30 to as high as $1000, depending on brands. There are many different brands such as Bushnell, Redfield, Trijicon, Nikon, Leupold, Simmons, Barska, Tasco, BSA, EOTech, Weaver, ,Burris, Aimpoint, Zeiss, Sightron, ATN, Leapers, Kahles, Swarovski, Millet, Hawke, Meopta, Nightforce and NCStar.


It is important to note that each scope has to be compatible with the gun in order for it to work. Different scopes work with different recoil of large calibers. However, there are special scopes available called conventional scopes, which are to withstand one direction recoil only.
Scopes need a way to connect to the gun, and without it they are virtually useless. This particular tool need is called a mount. Mounts are little bits of tools that connect the scope with the end of the air gun, thus making it attachable. Almost always, one piece of mount would suffice to withstand the recoil of a magnum gun. Various mounts will add various effects to the air guns, some of these include added stability, and higher accuracy, depending on the kind of scope.

Getting the right tool for your air gun is important to ensure that your air gun will last as long as it possibly could. Mounts, air guns, and scopes are all sold in your local stores in USA, Canada, Mexico etc. (Prices vary from country to country) Get your scopes and mounts now and experience better air gun experience!