mounted to PSL with army style offset mount.
started at 50yrds to get on paper and a few clicks here and there was producing 1" groups. then it was shooting really low and left. i think what i had done was seccure the scope in place an inch or so from the bump stop on the optics rail. i lined up the little plunger/stopper with the gap in the rail rather then sliding the scope mount all the way to the front of the rail.
after this i decided to start shooting at 100yards and see what happened. managed to walk in a string of 5 shoots that were at an exact perfect elevation, just had to adjust the windage. i soon ran out out of elevation change and was WAYYYY over on my windage. so i reset for zero and started over. shot a little erratic at first,but once i got a good rhythm in my breathing down and trigger pull i was able to adjust and reset for zero again. this time producing a 5 shot group of sub 1MOA if i had not pulled a flyer out to a 2 MOA group. 5th shot ruining what was set to be a really nice string of shots. i cant blame the surplus ammo or the optic. really it is the trigger that needs to be worked on to take away the numb feel and pull. other then that the scope performed perfectly as did the rifle.
also had our Arsenal SGL with weaver out at the range as usual i can string of 10 shots rapid fire into a 2" group @ 100yrds.
also took our new acquisition a russian makarov 9X18 and after a quick sight adjust i was able to shoot out "shoot n see" dots at 10yrds nearly on command. i am shocked at how easy to shoot and how accurate that little pistol is. i have $1500 1911's that might get a run for their money
anyways back on track. for the $399 for the scope i feel this is a good buy for the money. my weaver scope and mount for my Ak was similar money but it took A LOT of time to get properly zero'd in and shooting nice tight groups. almost as if the scope needed some time to settle in. whereas the POSP was hitting tight shot groups within a dozen shots. by then i had an idea of how the ammo, rifle and scope were working and all i had to do was adjust my trigger pull and not allow myself to "snap" the trigger but allow the trigger to go "snap" on its own.
once adjusted to zero you can nearly pick your shot at 100yrds and hit exactly what you are aiming at. my confidence level in this rifle went up 10 fold today. i have no doubts that on an AK or VEPR that this would be a perfect scope if you enjoy having traditional russian hardware rather then western mil dots and center bore mounts.
i took the scope off the rail to clean it so i will be curious to see how it holds zero when remounted and fired. stay tuned,,
only one i have at the moment. ill put better ones up later or after the next range outing.