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US Optics 1-8x24mm; 30 mm Tube; Digital Red FFP JNG Reticle Riflescope TS-8X JNG MIL

SKU TS-8X-JNG-MIL-USO

List Price $795.00
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Description

The USO TS-8X, 1-8x24mm rifle scope is one of the most versatile short range variable power optics currently available on the market. The TS-8X features a 30mm tube, 24mm objective, First Focal Plane Illuminated reticle, and capped zeroing elevation and windage knobs. You have the choice of the JNG MIL and the RBR (Rapid Ballistic Reticle). Our reticle selection is built to cater to all shooters. Whether you are a competitor or hunter, you’ll find something that fits your needs. The TS-8X upholds the durability, reliability, and optical clarity standards that U.S. Optics has developed over the years, all while maintaining an inexpensive price point.


Specifications

  • Item ConditionNew
  • Scope Weight:17.7 oz.
  • Scope Length:10.5"
  • Magnification Range:1-8x
  • Scope Objective Diameter:24mm
  • Scope Tube Size / Mount:30mm
  • Turret Adjustment (Click Value):.25 MOA per click
  • Elevation Turret Details:Capped
  • Windage Turret Details:Capped
  • Parallax Adjustment:Fixed 100 Yards
  • Reticle Position:First Focal Plane
  • Reticle Details:JNG-MIL Reticle
  • Field of View:1x: 108' @ 100 yards
    8x: 15' @ 100 yards
  • Exit Pupil:3 mm
  • Eye Relief:3.75"
  • Illuminated Reticle:Yes - Red
  • Scope Finish:Black
  • Scope Turret Rotation:Counter Clockwise (CCW)
  • Product TypeRiflescopes
  • UPC811069021543
  • MPNTS-8X-JNG-MIL

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
June 5, 2019

I’m really surprised USO would put their name on this. It’s certainly no special value, and doesn’t seem all that well made - even at a $700 price point. The JNG reticle is a cluttered mess at higher magnification too, just FYI. Glass quality is on par with other $500-1k scopes, and it is by no means a standout in its class. The appearance still strikes me as a decent, but relatively cheap (Chinese? made) scope. Overall quality is more comparable to Primary Arms optics than it is other US Optics scopes, IMHO. With all the checkpoints on their quality control checklist, it’s hard to believe someone missed a loose magnification collar, but they did. Lost a lot of respect for USO with this one. I’m returning it for a refund.

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July 13, 2019

USO is not what it once was... Unfortunately their quality control is seriously lacking. IDK what's up, if they are outsourcing or what. But I purchased an LR 17 only to return it due to serious QC issues THEN I paid extra to upgrade to an S 25 only to return THAT ONE for even worse QC issues. Think unusable, catastrophic issues that should have been scrapped. I took a look at this product only to return it as well due to the serious lack of quality, even at the low price point. Spend the extra cash for a S&B or NF, and if you can't a Primary Arms protect would be a better buy in my opinion. USO did refund my money, and were decent about the whole mess thank God. It is sad to see such a once great company churning out such crap.

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November 25, 2020

I have not used my scope all that much - only for some plinking sessions, a "sniper" match, and a rifle class - so take this information with a grain of salt. Also - I got a SCREAMING deal on mine - new - so also take that into consideration. My thoughts: -I really like the reticle - although shooting really small targets (sub 4") at 400+ yards is tough - the reticle is a little thick for that kind of work - well, at least when the targets are about the same color as the berm they are on. -The glass is clearer, and has better edge to edge clarity (by a long shot) than other budget friendly scopes like the Vortex Strike Eagle. -The illumination is decent enough - although it is not daylight bright like a Vortex Razor or a Nightforce NX8. Would I pay MSRP for the scope? No and I did not. But that is because I am astoundingly cheap (and as aforementioned, I got a screaming deal direct from USO at an event I attended). Is it nicer than Vortex Strike Eagles? Absolutely - in every sense. It is nicer than the Primary Arms LPVOs I've seen, in every sense. And it is nicer than the (older) Vortex Viper 1-4 that I had, in every sense. Maybe I just got the opposite of a lemon, or I am not an optics snob - but I have genuinely never understood the smack-talk on this optic. Is it a perfect optic? No - the only scope that I have seen that I thought was perfect was the Nightforce NX8 1-8x - but this scope is $1,000 less than the Nightforce.

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