UTG 60 or 80mm sidewheeel

Forums Optics, Scopes, Rings, & Mounts UTG 60 or 80mm sidewheeel

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    Scrufhunter
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    Hey guys. I’m looking at getting a side wheel for my UTG 3x12x44. Anyways its mounted on my Marauder. Looks like 2 sizes available 60/80. I’m a lefty so hoping I can operate with my left thumb. Any lefties out there have this set up or something close. Is it worth or am I going to be coming off the gun regardless? Also will it interfere with an anit-cant device. I have one of those ones that mounts to the scope tupe sort like a scope ring. Thanks in advance
     

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    mikebeggs
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    I have the 60 and 80 mm, 80 is better, smoother adjustment, 60 is a little on the small side…

    80mm on Urban

    60 mm on Hatsan 95 Qe


     

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    Scrufhunter
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    oh yeah that 60 is pretty small 80 it is thanks for that

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    Chachoze
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    I HAVE THE 80 as well on a  utg 3-12×44 however I don’t think u’ll be operating it by thumb alone, at least mine doesnt, seems fairly stiff even with the wheel.  

    Of course having the wheel makes it easier to turn but the other big reason to have one is it allows room for yardage marks if you like to make your own yardage tapes to stick to the wheel.

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    Scrufhunter
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    Well got the 80mm in today. It does make it alot easier to adjust. This one came with yardage marked on it. well 10,12 25, 35,50,100,200 and 500. Maybe the turret its self can be adjusted a bit, But the wheel does make a significant difference for sure. I dont shoot bench rest, or F/T so i just use the AO for focus and a rough estamete and correct with mildot for ele/wind, but I havnt had time to really shoot or set up a range. I think I am going to strip down the riffle and camo it and the scope. 

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    KatoKevin454
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    Yep 80mm, I’m a lefty too and it’s easier to reach.

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