I was recently at the range and met the President & CEO of RITON USA. We struck up a conversation and he noticed my 300blk rifle and made the comment that it was far too nice a rifle to be using the cheap scope that I had mounted on it. He offered me the chance to mount one of RITON’s scopes on my rifle to test it out, of course I jumped at the opportunity.
After getting the scope mounted, I took it to the 50 yard range and sighted it in. I then took it to the 100 yard range and after only 3 shots was able to begin grouping very well with my supersonic loads. Brady then asked me to keep the scope a bit longer and after shooting it for a while, write a review, so here we are.I managed to put about 50 supersonic 300blk rounds through it at the range and it held zero perfectly. Today at my range at my house, I re-sighted the scope and rifle for subsonic loads at 100 yards. Re-sighting for the subsonic loads took 5 rounds and then I was able to shoot a 3 round group, at less than 1 MOA at 100 yards. I haven’t had a chance to use the BDC reticle because I have not been to a range that extends more than 100 yards yet. The RITON 3-12×40 scope is built on a one inch main tube and features a side adjustment knob for correcting parallax, not always found on scopes in this price range. Precise, 1/4-MOA Hand-turn Tactical-Style, Zero-Reset Turrets-Positive click reticle adjustments get you zeroed in quicker and maintain your setting – even with repeated recoil. I really liked how the turrets and knobs are squared off at points around them, which made for easier adjustment. I measured eye relief to be somewhere between 3.5 and 4.5 inches with the scope having an overall length of 12 inches. I found the eye relief to be generous and consistent even with repeat shots. I’ve put 100 rounds through my rifle with the RITON scope on it and so far, I’m very happy with the results.