BSA Scopes - CatsEye and Sweet 17

If you’re looking for a sweet scope at an even sweeter price, you should definitely consider the one of the new BSA scopes, the SWEET 17. This new scope features a 50mm lens with a variable 3 to 12 x 40 mm power. Other features include target grade turrets and a top turret which you can set by simply turning the dial for whatever range you want to target.

The SWEET 17 is priced to fit every budget; with four different options available. At the low end of the spectrum you’ll find the 4 by 32mm that has a fixed power. This scope comes in at around a mere $40. For around $65, you can upgrade to the 207 32mm that also has AO. At just under $100, BSA also offers the 3012 40mm scope with AO while the 6-16 40mm with AO can be found for about $125.

bsa scopeAnother BSA scope worth checking out is the BSA Catseye. This is a great scope to use when you need a sight for close or moderate range. If you already own a scope with large magnification, it’s definitely worth it to consider the purchase of an additional scope for those times when you you’re shooting in close range. If you haven’t already noticed, a scope with larger magnification can cause some real problems when shooting up closet. One of the main problems is that you’re forced to spend more time locating the target and as you know that time spent can cost you the shot.

To solve that problem, BSA scopes introduced the Catseye with a low power variable. Not only does this scope work well for hunting in close to moderate range situations but it also features an illuminated reticle, perfect for hunting in low light, like dusk or early morning. There are seven levels of intensity offered with the illuminated reticle on the BSA Catseye. You can select which level suits you best by pressing a switch until you reach the desired level. Each time you press the switch, the level of brightness is increased.

For those of you working with a gun that has a particularly hard recoil, you’ll enjoy the fact that this particular scope can stand up to some pretty harsh kickback. Unlike other scopes that tend to break from hard recoil, the Catseye stood up great in testing.

All in all, BSA scopes has released a line that is great for hunting in a variety of different situations and with a variety of guns.