Anyone try the MTC connect scope?

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    Cone
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    I was looking for some actual user info.  Looks pretty cool.

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    FearnLoading
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    “Cone”I was looking for some actual user info.  Looks pretty cool.

    
Yep, I have the MTC Viper connect on my gun. It’s one of the best scopes I have had so far. Clear glass, thin reticle, holds zero amazingly well. Have shot about 6000+ shots without any loss of zero. Get the one with the SCB 2 reticle. It has a lot of aiming points and the reticle still isn’t very crowded like other scopes. I use only 1 scope ring mounted in the front as compared to others who use 2. But my ring has 3 bands on it which holds the scope well.  The illumination is bright and perfect for some evening shooting. The clicks are nice and solid. I use mine to shoot from 15 to 150 yards without any problems. 

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    Thanks for the info!  I have been on the fence for awhile but I’m gonna go ahead and order one.  I’ll put up another post when I get it.  What gun are you using it on?  I just got a Cricket .25 and I  was also looking at the Hawke Air Max.

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    what kind of mount are you using,
    thanks
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    “Cone”Thanks for the info!  I have been on the fence for awhile but I’m gonna go ahead and order one.  I’ll put up another post when I get it.  What gun are you using it on?  I just got a Cricket .25 and I  was also looking at the Hawke Air Max.

    
I use it on a cricket 25 too. The zero eye relief is perfect. Once you get used to zero eye relief and no parallax error it’s difficult to go back to normal eye relief scopes. I am using the UTG rings on it. The ones which have 3 bands on each ring. This allows me to keep the scope sturdy and not increase the weight as well. 1 ring is lighter than 2.:) 

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    I have one on my Hummingbird.  Really a good scope. I rest my eye against the eyepiece, makes for  very steady off hand shooting. The FOV is unreal. I really like big FOV for tree squirrels, they are constantly moving  rarely  leave the FOV even on higher powers. The lighted reticle is ok, but find it is not bright enough for daytime use , unlike the 5-20 Genesis. Don’t really need that anyway. I almost always rest against a tree when shooting any of my other rifles while hunting ( as I never sit down, while hunting) , well with the Connect on the Hummer, I am consistently   taking squirrels off hand. One day last season I took 6 tree squirrels in a lil over an hour , most head shots , some where straight up in tall hickories, all off hand. I don’t think I can repeat that with my other scope /rifle combinations.  I guess for old eyes like I have , if the crosshairs  were just a tiny bit thicker might be even better.

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    Thanks for all the feedback, now I’m really excited!!

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    “FearnLoading”

    “Cone”I was looking for some actual user info.  Looks pretty cool.

    
Yep, I have the MTC Viper connect on my gun.  Get the one with the SCB 2 reticle. It has a lot of aiming points and the reticle still isn’t very crowded like other scopes. 

    
I talked to Trenier and he said they didn’t import the SCB or SCB 2.  Where did you get yours?

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