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Yukon sentinel

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by just off centre, May 23, 2009.

  1. just off centre

    just off centre Busy Member

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    Anyone used the Yukon sentinel rifle scope, would like your veiw's and thought's ??
    Particularly on distance upto forty yard's for bunny bashing, whether they are any good, or do you have to ad ( add-on's ) before i get one, dont want to waste money if not.

    Cheers.
     
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    I bought a 3x60 Sentinel a couple weeks ago along with Yukons extra illuminator which mounts on it.

    Using it with its inbuilt illuminator its ok, but with the extra illuminator its really good, would recommend the extra illuminator, its good for spotting rabbits at a longer distance.
    Clarity on mine is good with no goldfish bowl effects, would I recommend anyone to get one ? yes definately. Im more than happy with mine, though the bunnies ar'nt.

    Very simple to set up and use, Im using mine on a HW100, when I swop between day and nightsights, I find the nightsight is still spot on with no adjustment needed.
     
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    Thank's for the reply, what distances are you getting with and without the extra illuminator would you say ??
     
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    A lot of it will depend on the light conditions at the time, as it comes I would say its good for maybe 20 yrds, maybe a bit more at a push depending on the light conditions at the time, but get the extra illuminator and its a different world. If I was buying again I would 100% get the extra illuminator, it transforms it, I use mine out to about 40 yrds max, but can see a lot further easily enough, rabbits eyes you can see from way off.

    Have a chat with the dealer, one I got mine from could'nt have being more helpful, plus he did a good deal, so might not be quite so expensive as you first think.
     
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    Cheer's Mikec :up::up:
     
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    i have bidded on a yukon night mono and also didded on a kit that fits straight on to a normal scope with extra ir light if i get it its a bargin will have saved loads
     
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    i lost the bid so i bought one 150 posted and it the water proof model brand new just need adaptor now if i loose bid a can buy one for 114 posted
     

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