NEOS

6-18x44 BDC 500 IR

Are you a hunter on a budget looking for a great hunting rifle scope for this upcoming season? The Neos scopes are the perfect hunting rifle scopes for hunters that want quality and features all while staying on budget.The Neos line of hunting rifle scopes feature Capped elevation and windage turrets, Illuminated reticle, Fully multi-coated lenses, Waterproof/Fog proof.

NEOS

6-18x44 BDC 500 IR

Are you a hunter on a budget looking for a great hunting rifle scope for this upcoming season? The Neos scopes are the perfect hunting rifle scopes for hunters that want quality and features all while staying on budget.The Neos line of hunting rifle scopes feature Capped elevation and windage turrets, Illuminated reticle, Fully multi-coated lenses, Waterproof/Fog proof.

SKU: 216013 Category:

NEOS 6-18×44 BDC 500 IR

Riflescope
Illuminated Reticle

$237.49

Where to Buy

Available Reticles

CENTER X

Hunting

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

MAGNIFICATION

6 - 18x

OBJ. LENS DIAMETER

44 mm

TUBE DIAMETER

1"

EYE RELIEF

3.39 - 3.19"

FOV @ 100 YDS

17.5 - 5.9 ft

PARALLAX ADJUSTMENT

10 y

CLICK VALUE

0.25 MOA

LENGTH

13.5"

WEIGHT

21.7 oz

PRODUCT SPEC SHEET (PDF)
PRODUCT USER MANUAL (PDF)
RETICLE MANUAL (PDF)

PRODUCT FEATURES

REVIEWS

AVERAGE RATING
Rated 5 Reviews
RATING DISTRIBUTION
5
87%
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13%
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  1. Greg Adams

    Got the athlon neos 6x18x44 mounted and zeroed on the coyote gun. Really nice piece of glass

  2. Jon Borda

    Bought a Neos 6-18x44 rifle scope just to give Athlon a shot here. Super impressed, glass is clear and sharp adjustments are simple and easy but still feel solid. I mounted it on my ruger American .308 (not pictured) and had it sighted in after just a few rounds... Less than 10. So far it's held zero after 80 rounds ran through it today and the bdc reticle was spot on. To me that is shocking for a Newer company that isn't US made.I'm very impressed with Athlons most budget optic.

  3. HHOMedia

    Well, I have to say I am shocked at what I paid for this scope. For $159, I honestly wasn't expecting much. What I received was WAY beyond my expectations. There has been some quiet buzz about this company and their products...nearly all of it positive. I thought I would try one of their lower end scopes to test the waters. I'll first note really the only thing that leaves a little to be desired, optical clarity. It's a 6 or 7 out of 10 (if a one is a Tasco and a ten is a high end Zeiss). I assume that it improves as you go up the line. Still VERY manageable for a hunting scope that I plan to use out to maybe 300 or 400 yards. I found it to be comparable to the Crossfire series in the Vortex line. It was also about $30 bucks cheaper than the Crossfire. That alone makes it worth it, throw in the illuminated BDC reticle...and it's a home run. The warranty is also impressive and adds a level of reassurance to the purchase. Overall, I wouldn't hesitate to purchase this scope again...as a matter of fact...I have one of the higher end models sitting in my cart right now that I plan to purchase shortly.

  4. thomas ferro

    absoutly everything i was looking for in a good hunting scope without costing a fourtion 5 stars !!!

  5. Craig Davis

    I just put this on my 1953 760 in '06. A little much for this rifle, but I would rather be over glassed a bit. Scope looks great, feels great, glass seem clear from what I can tell in basement. My only complaint is the mag dial and side dial are very, very hard to turn. Like super stiff. Hoping they loosen up with time. As soon as I am off COVID restriction, I will see how well it works.

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