Review Weaver Fine Crosshair Target 24 x 40 mm T-Series Riflescope Best Rating


RATING
95.25 /100
  • Design

    Excellent

  • Performance

    Excellent

  • Value for money

    Excellent

  • Feature

    Excellent


1-Weaver Fine Crosshair Target 24 x 40 mm T-Series Riflescope
2-Weaver Fine Crosshair Target 24 x 40 mm T-Series Riflescope

  • PROS
  • Adjustable Objective
  • Lens Caps
  • target turrets
  • Cost when compared to competitors.
  • light weight, fine cross hairs work over distances, good parralax
  • CONS
  • cross hairs are a little too fine
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Angus - Add Reply

The cross hairs are fine and I must wear my corrected shooting glasses to get a clear image of the them. But this is what you need if you are shooting at 50ft targets. Your eye must be in a very small sweet spot to get a good image, but what do you expect at 24x. The scope provides a clear image even on very bright days and looking close to the sun. At 24x with only a 40mm lens this is not a low light hunting scope and the construction is a little on the light side for use other then target shooting or hunting rifle silhouette shooting. The front lens has settings for 40m, 60m, 77m, and 100m distances but will not mount on my annie without extending over the barrel about half an inch. Pros: Clear image, reliable adjustments, light weight Cons: This is not a hunting scope

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Lorenza - Add Reply

This scope is much better than I expected. The adjustment is true, it comes with metal screw in lens caps, metal sunshade and lifetime warranty. IMHO, the best value that can be had in a target scope. Pros: Very clear, excellent reticle Cons: Nothing

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Leone - Add Reply

This is the 3rd Weaver T series scope I have owned. In my opinion there is not a better target type scope on the market for the money. They are sturdy, dependable and just can't be beat. I have owned both the 36 and 24 power T series and they just work.

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Maxwell - Add Reply

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Ryder - Add Reply

Great product for the price point. Mounted this scope on my recently acquired Anschutz 54.18 MS rifle. really like the fine crosshair with 1/8" MOA dot reticle. I find this optic to bright and clear. Very pleased

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Cesar - Add Reply

The product performed as advertised. I am well pleased

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Porter - Add Reply

THE T-24 IS VERY WELL MADE. THE GLASS IS CLEAR AND BRIGHT. THE CROSS HAIRS ARE VERY VERY FINE AND THE DOT IS VERY SMALL.THE SCOPE IS MOUNTED ON A CZ455 VARMINT RIFLE AND SHOOTING AT 50 YDS. SOMETIMES MY EYE LOSES THE DOT AND CROSS HAIRS BECAUSE THEY ARE SO FINE, MAYBE BECAUSE MY EYES ARE 68 YEARS OLD.ANYWAY, I DO LIKE THE SCOPE .

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Loy - Add Reply

Very good product at reasonable price. Great for .22 bench rest comps.cross hairs are very fine and make it vert easy for target acquisition.love the 1/8 dot in the centre of the rectical . The scope will let someone on a limited budget compete with the big boys .

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Zackary - Add Reply

Go ahead and spend over a grand for your bench rest scope if you have the money to burn but you really do not have to! Now I'm talking air rifle bench rest shooting here....25, 50, 75 and 100 yards. I also have two 36 x 40 target Weavers that are great for this game but if target move is a problem for you go with the 24 power. Great scope for the money....

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Arnold - Add Reply

This is my first Weaver scope and my fourth rifle scope. I mounted it on a Browning X Bolt .270.The easy click adjustments of this scope made it very easy to zero on target. Image is clear. The scope seems to be well constructed with a strong tube. Its a fixed power scope, so you only get one power, 24x. But I mostly use one power anyway because changing powers usually changes my grip and shooting position. So far this scope is hitting the bulls eyes with every shot. Nothing else needs to be said. Pros: easy to zero in on target Cons: fine cross hairs

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Brennan - Add Reply

Got this to shoot .22 rimfire benchrest. Had a Weaver T-36 which was kind of overkill for 50 yards but this T-24 really fills the bill. Very precise adjustment and VERY clear. Pros: very clear, very precise adjustment

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Brandon - Add Reply

I purchased the Weaver Target 24 x 40 mm T-Series Rifle scope to put on a F-Class .223 rifle for my young son to use at the range.I had been looking around for a suitable scope for a while and had been unsure about a fine or more solid cross hair over distances from 300-1000 yards. Tried it out last week at 40 yds and managed a very tight group, despite having to make a few adjustments for wind changes. No doubt he will want to try it out hunting but so far so goo, so we all very pleased. By the way, I costed this scope at a local gun shop and they were asking about OZ$825. On special I picked this up for around OZ$450 international post inclusive. We have a few new members on the range who were looking at options and have welcomed my referral to the Optics Planet site for great prices and quality merchandise.

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Jeramie - Add Reply

Product exceeds expectations, glad I purchased instead of Leupold. Pros: Easy set-up, adjustments track very well, clicks distinct Cons: None

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D'angelo - Add Reply

I purchased this scope to be used on a competition rimfire rifle. It works quite well for this - I shoot mainly 50-yard benchrest and it is easy to adjust for different ammunition. The dot provides a good aiming point on white bullseyes, and the focus does a good job of sharpening the target up.

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Derick - Add Reply

This is an update to my review of 1/31/14. The folks at Weaver (owned by the makers of Federal ammunition) did a warranty replacement of my T24. The replacement scope works just fine. It took some patience to get the fine crosshair reticle completely in focus, but once that was done, the scope provides a very precise view of the POA on the target and was easy to zero in. Adjustments are reliable and the scope holds zero. Pros: reticle

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Jonatan - Add Reply

I usually perfer a Leupold Scope for the type target shooting I do but was talked into trying out this Weaver Scope and i can honestly say it is Awesome!!! It focuses in at 50 feet just as good as the Leupold EFR..

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Zack - Add Reply

I bought this to replace a 20X Lyman, bought in the 70's. Was dissappointed to learn there were no 24X fixed power scopes made in the USA anymore, but after using this some, I could not be happier. The adjustments are very precise with positive clicks, lenses are clear, retical is great. Since you are reading this on the Optics Planet site, just go ahead and buy it because this is the best place you could possibly be at for the purchase of a scope. Pros: Comes with screw on caps & metal sunshade Cons: Nothing I have found

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Camron - Add Reply

Just mounted, looks great on my match rifle. I was apprehensive about the reticle, I don't like dots, but it's good,, fine crosshairs and tiny dot that doesn't block my tiny targets. Made in Japan not china.

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Ralph - Add Reply

Very High quality. Nice touch is screw in lens protectors. I had read reviews about this scope and several had complained about how fine the X hairs and dot are. Figured they cannot be that fine; they are. Definitely a target scope and I would not recommend for hunting (which is fine by me as I bought it for a target scope.) If I had it to do over, I would probably get the medium X hairs plus 1/4 " dot; assuming they have such a thing.

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Ronaldo - Add Reply

Great scope for the money. Clear and high quality construction. Pros: Clarity, fine crosshair, value Cons: Not quite as bright as some competitive models.

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Cordell - Add Reply

I've been using Weaver T series scopes for most of my shooting career. This is the first I have purchased in many years, and I'm happy to report that the scope still exhibits all the fine qualities of its predecessors. Excellent clairity, brightness and most important to me, the ability to adjust out parallax. All this at a very competitive price point as well. If you don't need variable power and want crisp image, consider this scope.

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