NcStar Pistolero Series 2x-7x Scope

A very warm greeting to all you bloggers

Well we are into May already, (nearly 1/2 a year gone) and still No Apocalypse, No World Wide War, No Pandemic, No Financial Collapse, No Zombie Attack……………..”WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON!!!!!” And I had a neat little scope to tell you about……………………Hardly seems worth it now that things are so quiet. Nevermind, I’ve decided to tell you about this great little specialized, scope from the good folks at NcStar anyway. It’s the Pistolero Series, (Long Eye Relief) 2 – 7 x 32 Scope ~ B56. What is the difference with this scope over other scopes????? Well for one thing, it’s a “Long Eye Relief” Scope which means that you need around 9-10 in’s of space from your eye and the back of the scope = Eye Relief. If you are into long range shooting with your .357 Maximum Dan Wesson, or your .44 Mag Ruger Super Redhawk, or your .50 Cal. Desert Eagle, or your .500 Linebaugh Revolver, or your .270 Thompson Contender Pistol, then this is the “Optic” that you need to mount on the top of your Massive, Zombie Killer Pistol. (Nothing “Kick Starts” your day like Blowing the heads off Zombies at 100-200 mtrs)

Moving right along now back into the real world, Having a scope on a large pistol when you are shooting any thing over 100 mtrs gives you a distinct edge in the accuracy dept. and although some of you might think that a pistol is just a close quarter weapon, you might want to think again when you have one of these monster, hand cannons in your hands, (and you WILL need both hands) Just like the Mega Mitre 10 add on TV……………….”BIG IS GOOD!!!”

There are 2 distinct advantages with large pistols such as these, 1) They are a Compact weapon with massive “Knock Down” capabilities & 2) You can shoot at longer range targets than most normal pistols and coupled up with a NcStar Pistolero Series 2-7×32 ScopeĀ  this will give you Carbine Accuracy in a compact package but with a bigger “Knock Down” capability. (There is no Zombie that I know of that will stand up again after being hit in the head with a hollow-nose .44 slug.)

The other use for a Pistolero Scope is on a “Scout” Rifle, which is basically a short Carbine (either bolt action or semi-auto) with a scope situated down past the breech 1/2 way towards the front of the rifle, as in the WWII Mauser K98 Sniper Rifle or the modern day Steyr Scout Rifle. Having a scope like this gives you a faster acquisition time on your target because of sighting it with both eyes open, and also gives you better peripheral vision when shooting (which is great if you are engaging multiple targets.)

Here are a few features of the NcStar 2-7×32 Pistolero Scope that you might like -

1) A 1.0 in.(25mm) tube with multi-coated lens for a clearer, sharper image

2) A Red Illuminated “Plex” Reticle for those eary morning and evening low light conditions

3) It weighs only 9.6 oz and is only 11.0 in’s long, so a lightweight scope that is fairly compact as well

4) This Scope is a 2x – 7x Vari Power scope with a 32.0mm Objective Front Lens.

5) The Eye Relief is 8.7 in’s (min.) to 10.7 in’s (max) so is suitable for both Large Pistols and Scout Rifles.

So if you are planning to scope-up your large-bore pistol or turn your SKS into a scout rifle and need a decent Scout Scope……………….You need look no further than the NcStar Pistolero Series 2-7×32 Scope ~ B56. Check out the full range of Pistolero Scopes on our website.

Happy Shooting…………………………………………..The “Quartermaster”


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