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Information about Pentax Gameseeker III Rifle Scope - 3x9x40mm, Precision Plex Reticle
Closeouts. Hunting and target shooters can hone in on the perfect shot with Pentax's Gameseeker III rifle scope. Finger-adjustable windage and elevation turrets allow for easy sighting and repeatable results.
  • Waterproof
  • Sealed with nitrogen gas to maintain a moisture-free internal environment which prevents fogging
  • Precision Plex Reticle compensates for bullet drop and yardage estimation to provide accurate aiming
  • Slimline design mounts closer to the stock for improved ergonomics and ease of adjustment
  • Built from lightweight and durable aluminum
  • High-quality, finger-adjustable windage and elevation turrets provide accurate, repeatable results
  • Black matte finish
  • Length: 12.6"
  • Made in China
  • Visit our Hunting Guide
  • US shipments only
Specs about Pentax Gameseeker III Rifle Scope - 3x9x40mm, Precision Plex Reticle
  • Power: 3-9
  • Objective diameter: 40mm
  • Optic style: Rifle Scope
  • Focus type: Variable
  • Exit pupil: 13.3-4.4mm
  • Eye relief: 4.1-3.7"
  • FOV @ 100 yards: 38.8-13.6'
  • Finish: Matte
  • Fogproof: Yes
  • Waterproof: Yes
  • Tube diameter (scopes only): 1"
  • Length: 12.6"
  • Weight: 14 oz.
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Made in China
  • Visit our Hunting Guide
  • US shipments only

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bayou Deer/Hog Hunter from Louisiana on Wednesday, June 10, 2015
I have used several of the Pentax Gameseeker scopes, mostly 4-12X40, and find them to be well worth the money. Obviously, the ranging reticle is not dead on for every cartridge for every caliber. But, once you know your load's trajectory, it is easy to make repeatable hits from 100-500 yards with st... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bayou Deer/Hog Hunter from Louisiana on Wednesday, June 10, 2015
    I have used several of the Pentax Gameseeker scopes, mostly 4-12X40, and find them to be well worth the money. Obviously, the ranging reticle is not dead on for every cartridge for every caliber. But, once you know your load's trajectory, it is easy to make repeatable hits from 100-500 yards with standard calibers and 200-600 with magnums. I have more than one rifle, not custom, that shoot minute of angle with these scopes. No they are not top of the line scopes, but they don't cost $1500-2000 either. I would definitely recommend them to a friend, NOT to an enemy though (they are just too good).
  • Reviewed by GMiller from utah on Sunday, January 11, 2015
    Pentax scopes are horrible. Will not hold zero and the side focus adjustment sucks
  • Reviewed by chuck from central new york on Thursday, March 6, 2014
    Did not think it was possible for a scope of this price range to be of high quality, I was wrong bright , sharp ,seem to hold zero can't beat it for the money. And the customer service at sierra is second to none!
  • Reviewed by frankie from maine on Monday, February 17, 2014
    I tried this scope on a .270 and other deer guns. Could not get consistent groups. I'm guessing it was a paralax issue? I switched to a Bushnell 3200 and took the .270 back down to subMOA at 100 yards. I put this scope on a .22 WMR and it's pretty good in the 50 to 125 yard range on that gun. I paid about $100 retail when I bought the scope (local shop, not STP). I'd say if you need an inexpensive scope for a deer rifle, plan on spending about $150 minimum for a Nikon or a Bushnell (elite series with rainguard is well proven under Maine deer season conditions). If you spend less than that you may not be happy with your groups, and the clarity may not be there when you need it on your hunt. If your on a budget for your deer rifle I'd suggest a higher quality fixed power scope over a lower quality adjustable power scope. If possible check out the mounting position of the scope and eye relief on your rifle with the rings you'll be using. If the eye relief is not a natural position you'll run into more paralax issues. Bottom line, not a good choice for your deer gun; maybe a good choice on your rimfire if the price is right.

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