10 Best Mid Range Hunting Scope
Updated on: March 2023
Best Mid Range Hunting Scope in 2023
Pinty 2.5-10x40 Red Green Illuminated Mil-dot Tactical Rifle Scope with Red Laser Combo - Green Lens Color
Crimson Trace 3-9x40mm 1 Series Mid-Range Sport Riflescope with SFP, Duplex Reticle and Scope Rings for Hunting, Shooting and Outdoor
- SPECS: 3-9 magnification with a 40mm lens diameter
- ACCURACY: Features a second focal plane, non-illuminated, traditional duplex MOA reticle
- EASE OF USE: Windage (side) and elevation (top) knobs are capped and can be easily unscrewed and adjusted when sighting in at the range using a coin or a like-shaped object
- DURABLE: Constructed of anodized aluminum with multi-coated lenses and comes with a Lifetime Warranty
- INCLUDES: Horizontal split rings for quick and easy mounting
BARSKA 10-40x50 IR SWAT Extreme Tactical 30mm Riflescope (Black Matte)
- 10x-40x variable magnification with large 50mm objective lens
- Fully multi coated optics with illuminated Mil-Dot glass-etched reticles that is designed specifically for military use
- Allows precision adjustment with a side parallax adjustments in a turret-mounted focus knob
- 30mm monotube construction for maximum light gathering with fast focus eyebell
- Bonus accessories includes flip-up covers for lens protection and a set of 5/8 inches high see-through rings
Pinty 3-9X40 Red Green Rangefinder Illuminated Optical Rifle Scope
- Green and red illuminations, 5-level brightness available, magnifications from 3X up to 9X, ultimate clarity and superior eyepiece
- Field of view: 14'-25' @ 100yards; windage & elevation click value: 1/4 MOA 1/4" @ 100yards, 2.7”-3.3” eye relief
- Rangefinder reticle provides fast, simple aiming points for various shot distances
- Two 1’’ complementary scope rings to be easily mounted onto any 20mm Picatinny or Weaver mount rails
- O-ring sealing and nitrogen filled reticle ensures outstanding water and fog-proof performance
Burris 6.5-20 x 50mm Fullfield II Ballistic Mil-dot Rifle Scope
- Features the Ballistic Mil-Dot reticle, ideal for very flat-shooting cartridges; perfect for long-range target shooters, varmint hunters, and tactical marksmen
- Traditional mil-dots can be used for estimating range and target size, and compensating for wind drift
- 50 mm objective allows for maximum light collection
- Parallax adjustment for improved accuracy at long distances
- Popular and premium traditional hunting riflescope at an affordable price
Redfield Revolution 4-12x40mm Riflescope with 4-Plex Reticle, Matte Black
- Resettable stainless steel finger-click Accu-Trac adjustments
- 4-Plex reticle combines long-range precision with ease of target acquisition
- Waterproof, fog proof and shock proof for a lifetime of field use
- Rapid Target Acquisition (RTA) eyepiece helps you align your eye with the eyepiece faster
- Premium lenses with cutting edge vapor-deposition coatings offer best-in-class light transmission in the critical low-light/blue wavelengths most common when game is active
Barska AC11084 Varmint 10-40x50 Rifle Scope Mil Dot Reticle Adjustable Objective
- Versatile riflescope ideal for varmint hunting, target shooting, and long-range shooting
- Adjustable objective for parallax correction and unsurpassed accuracy
- Easy-grip extra-high windage and elevation turrets for added precision
- Large objective lenses; multicoated optics for brightness and clarity
- Available in several sizes and reticle types; limited lifetime warranty
Pinty 4-16X40 Rifle Scope AO Red Green Blue Illuminated Mil Dot with Flip-Open Covers, Sunshade Tube
- Pinty riflescope features unsurpassed light transmission, uncompromising mechanical performance and unbeatable optical clarity
- Hand-turn 1/2 MOA windage and elevation adjustments along with zero locking function
- Value combo includes: a riflescope with true magnification from 4 to 16 times, 2 flip-up covers, mounts and a sunshade tube
- Rugged, one piece body tube, premium quality
- Fully multi-coated lens, water, fog and shock proof
Bushnell Optics, Drop Zone BDC Reticle Riflescope with Target Turrets and Side Parallax, Matte Black, 3-9x/40mm
- Rifle scope 3 9x40 millilitre
- Fully multi coated optics with 3 9 x magnification
- Compatitble with a wide variety of hunting rifles
- Drop Zone-223 BDC Ballistic Reticle is calibrated for 55-62 grain, 223 REM/5.556 loads with aiming points out to 500 yards
- Side focus parallax adjustment for adjustable long-range accuracy and a fast-focus eyepiece
- Target turrets (1/4 MOA click value) for pinpoint precise adjustments
- Fully multi-coated optics for incredible brightness
- Made of high-durability aluminum alloy, anodize-finished and sealed to protect the inside from elements
MidTen 4-12x50 Dual Illuminated Scope with Dot Sight & Laser Sight & 20mm Mount (Red Laser)
- RifleScope: Magnification: 4x-12x; Obj. Diameter: 50mm; Eye Relief：3" ~ 3.4"; Field of View: 10' ~ 27' @ 100yards; Exit Pupil: 3.3mm ~10mm; Windage & Elevation Click Value: 1/4' @ 100 yards; Field of view: 10' ~ 27' @ 100yards; Shockproof, fogproof and waterproof since filled with nitrogen; Multi-coated lens offers super high light transmission.
- Two color illuminated reticles of the scope: Red and Green, each of which has 5 levels of brightness; Four styles illuminated reticle of the Red & Green Dot Sight, all of which helps to promote accuracy.
- Red laser sight with independent switch, Class IIIA laser, less than 2mW.
- The laser sight integrated with optics and electronics provides a wide field of view.
- Three Parts with More Functions-Plus With holographic dot sight and red laser is good for quick acquisition of close quarter and fast moving targets with about 200-500m for the distance.
Do Our Most Advanced Military Weapons Really Work?
A long range missile failed during a test last week and had to be shot down. this begs the question: "How effective are our advanced weapons?"
Military strategy has advanced from the old days when the soldiers just got out on the battlefield and advanced towards one another. The side that had the most troops left standing was the victor. This is pretty much the way we did things right up to World war I. It was then that the military started looking at more mechanized ways of doing things. Better guns, better equipment, and more advanced rockets.
Even in World War II, it was still mainly one-on-one combat. There were dogfights in the sky and soldiers fought in trenches just like they did in World War I. It was a nasty, cold, and cruel kind of warfare that spared no causalities.
Maybe more mechanization in the future will result in a "kinder, gentler" war. But can there really be that kind of war? Maybe in the future the wars will be between computers, waged by a bunch of bespectacled cyber geeks siting in front of keyboards.
Each year we spend billions and billions of dollars trying to come up with new, more sophisticated weapons. New missiles with pinpoint accuracy. Star wars laser weapons that will beam down lasers from space and destroy enemy installations. Super soldiers wearing the very latest in sophisticate gear.
What the government doesn't tell you is that a lot of these future weapons don't work. Even some of the conventional weapons that we use now have very low rates of being successful. We spend billions on new technology for weapons that only work part of te time or don't work at all. We'd be better off building more of the older weapons that have proven themselves in the past.
According to CNN, " A U.S. missile defense test failed Sunday when a long-range missile missed its target because of radar problems. The Defense Department said a target missile was launched from an Army test site at Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands at 7:40 pm."
I guess it's better for the weapon to fail during then test than when it's actually put into use.