Hello again everyone! Well, after my initial problems with my constrictor which was discussed at length here on this forum I finally put my replacement scope on that has been sitting here for a month.My take on the BearX scope is to just stay the heck away from them. I'm fixing to put my Hawke scope back on it and call it done. Put the replacement scope on it from Bear and first bolt off the rail was ruined because it fell way short of the target at 20 yds. So I grab another bolt, make a lot of adjustment to the vertical and voila, another bolt ruined in the dirt because it fell short. So make yet more vertical adjustment, Lost count on the clicks, a bunch of 'em. Finally got it on the target at 20 yds. Made more adjustments and finally get it centered. I had the speed ring set on 380 so off to 50 yds I go. First shot off the rail, by now the third bolt, fell way short of the target and lost in the brush. So enough of the BearX speed comp scope for me. Costing me way to much money in bolts, time and effort. I will count that as a $200 learning lesson and enjoy beating the crap out of it with a 5 lb hammer.