The Tactical and Survivalist shop is delighted to stock the famous Tasco World Class 20-60x60mm Spotting Scope today at this low price.
With so many competing tactical, combat and survival products on offer today, it is wise to have a make that you can trust. The Tasco World Class 20-60x60mm Spotting Scope is certainly all that and will be a great purchase for your combat kit or tactical ability.
We pride ourselves to provide the finest quality combat gear for all your individual requirements.
For this reduced price, the Tasco World Class 20-60x60mm Spotting Scope is widely recommended and is always a favored choice with most like minded people. Tasco have added some nice touches and this equals improved value.
The Tasco World Class 60mm finding scope utilizes a fully-coated unbiased lens and rugged porro-prism design for intense, clear images. At 100 backyards, I can plainly focus in on a target, even when I crank the magnification up to the maximum 60X. When I use the scope for wildlife finding, I discover myself utilizing the low power 20X magnification the majority of the time due to the fact that it gives me the sharpest images and the widest field of view. On a current journey to the lake I saw an Oprey with my binoculars. With the Tasco World Class 60 I was able to focus and enjoy the Osprey feeding a freshly caught fish to its chicks.
I also like the compact size and light weight of the Tasco World Class 60. At only 14 inches long and weighing less than 2 pounds, the Tasco 60 is light enough to use a photo tripod such as the SLIK U-9000 in the field. Like other entry level finding scopes, the Tasco World Class 60 utilizes an Achromatic unbiased lens, which indicates that some incorrect color or blue fringing becomes noticeable at zooms of 40X or more.
I've been happily amazed by the quality and value of some of the binoculars and finding scopes imported from China the last few years. The Tasco World Class 60mm finding scope just provides great optical performance for a very sensible rate.--Jeff Phillips
Evening Grosbeaks shot at 20X