Originally Posted by Scooby
The biggest problem with Scopes with this type of scope is the quality can vary quite dramatically (not sure if this is Chinese scopes only?) so you can get lots of acceptable scopes, a few outstanding models & a few very poor examples, it really depends what you end up with....
Spot on that Pete, I currently have 3 of the original SR6's, all of which are optically different and have a different feel on the adjusters.
The oldest one is worse one optically, (ret looks speckly) but has the best mechanical feel and doesn't poi shift when you move the px.
The other 2 are newer (one from 2007 and one from 2010), have better optics, but move poi if you move the px to clear the focus, hence having the px and mag adjuster taped up so they can't be moved accidentally.
At the end of the day, they are cheap scopes, but have worked quite well - for me anyway.