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Monstrum Tactical G3 1-6×24 FFP LPVO – RTT: Guns & Gear

Monstrum Tactical G3 1-6×24 FFP LPVO

Monstrum Tactical is a well-known budget optic company. So when presented the opportunity to try out some of their scopes, I couldn’t resist. After all, who doesn’t like a good budget deal?

Let’s start by getting this out of the way. Your feelings on Chinese optics, your favorite optic, or what you’ve read on the internet in no way negates my experience with this scope or the Monstrum company.

The Monstrum G3 1-6×24 FFP LPVO is one of Monstrum’s newest LPVO offerings and comes in at a price of around $200. And in my experience, you’re getting a lot of optic for the money.

The 30mm tube body of the scope is made of tough 6061 aircraft-grade aluminum and has a hard type-III anodization coating. The weight of this unit is 20.7 ounces and comes in at a respectable 10.7 inches long. This is a fairly average size and weight for an optic of this magnification and price point.

The glass is a surprisingly clear quartz glass with a 100 yard field of view of 103 feet, which is exceptional. At 1x to 6x I never noticed any blurriness or fish eyeing and the color clarity was really good for a budget scope. The eye relief is a generous 4 inches to 4.5 inches. I was able to still clearly see the reticle at +/- that distance, but the eye relief did get significantly tighter on 6x.

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Speaking of the glass, the custom type-c reticle is etched into the glass. And as with all first focal plane scopes, the reticle increases in size to match your magnification level. The reticle is the only weak point of the optic. It never shifted zero, but it is somewhat faint or thin to be able to see on 1x, but is very clear and easy to use on 6x. However, when turning the illuminator on at 1x, the reticle acts almost like a red dot. Which in my opinion does make up for the inability to see the reticle details.

The reticle is adjustable with two locking turrets. To adjust the turrets you pull the turret out, turn the desired amount, and push back in. The turrets are also tactile and you can definitely feel the clicks as you adjust them. The adjustments are in 1/2 MOA increments and there is more adjustment range than you will likely use.

Overall, shooting with this scope was very pleasant and easy to get on target. It passed the test of dropping the rifle one on each side from chest level without shifting zero. And the operation of the diopter, focus ring, and turrets was all smooth. Again, I think you are getting a good optic for the price if you are considering choosing one of these.

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