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FSI Sniper 6-24x50mm Review And Buying Guide [2020] 

 April 15, 2020

By  Anton Scharff

FSI is known for producing affordable, low-end long range rifle scopes that perform reasonably well for their price points. The FSI Sniper 6-24x50mm Scope best rifle scope with front  adjustment has earned high praise among its rifle scope reviews and shatters the notion that FSI produces only low-end long range rifle scopes. With a 50mm objective lens, the FSI sniper scope captures a lot of light and produces a very bright image.

FSI Sniper 6-24x50mm Scope W Front AO Adjustment. Red/Blue/Green mil-dot Reticle. Comes with Extended Sunshade and Heavy Duty Ring Mount
  • Multi-coated optics
  • 6061 T6 Aircraft Grade Body
  • Ball and Bearing Windage/Elevation adjustment for precision and superior shock resistant
  • Test fired on .50 Cal 150rd
  • Front AO Adjustment with Mil-dot reticle with Red,Blue and green illumination

The 6x-24x adjustable eyepiece allows for extreme magnification and boasts accuracy out to 1,000 yards. Built of lightweight and durable 6061-T6 aircraft-grade aluminum, the scope has a one-inch diameter tube and won’t add a lot of heft to a rifle. The FSI Sniper scope ranks as one of the best rifle scopes for its $100 to $200 price point, depending in retailer and discounts provided.

FSI Sniper 6-24x50mm Scope best rifle scope
Adjustable Optics Offer Easy Fine Tuning  FSI Sniper 6-24x50mm

One of the great features of the FSI Sniper scope is the lighted reticle and adjustable objective lens. The lighted reticle can be black, blue, green or red and has mil dots to help with Kentucky windage. The adjustable objective lens allows shooters to adjust for parallax distortion for better accuracy at longer distances. The rifle scope works well with any high-powered rifle and does not require an expensive rail mounting system to be effective.

Most hunters and long-range shooters will find the scope performs well for most any application they likely are to have. Not intended as much for hunting as it is for target shooting, the FSI sniper scope has turrets rolling on ball bearings for smoother MOA adjustments of elevation and windage. The turrets are lockable to hone in on a particular range, but the adjusting arrows are marked opposite of how they are on most scopes.

Many will find they make the opposite of their intended adjustment when they first operate the turrets.

Durable Construction Holds Up Well

Finished in a matte black, the durable aluminum FSI Sniper scope holds up well against the jarring recoil of the highest caliber rifles, including rifles shooting .50 caliber and .338 Lapua rounds. Even after 150 rounds cycled through a Barrett .50 caliber rifle, the scope holds zero and remained firmly seated to its mount.

That means the rifle scope will work equally well on .223, .30 caliber and other popular high-powered rifle shooting platforms. And with a price point less than $200 in many instances, the FSI Sniper scope could be the best rifle scope in its price range and intended use.

Pros and Cons

The large number of features typically made available on more expensive long range rifle scopes make the FSI Sniper scope one of the best bang for the buck optics around. Few long range rifle scopes offer the versatility of the FSI scope at a price point that most shooters can afford.

Its coated multi-lens system offers a good sight picture, and the adjustable objective lens controls parallax distortion. Among drawbacks is the lack of a shade hood and a tendency to be a bit darker than many alternative rifle scopes.


What is the warranty length?

We checked the box, and there was no indication of warranty anywhere on it. Sorry we couldn't be more help.

Does it come with a battery?

Yes, 2 to be exact and small service tools. However there are no instructions. Anyone purchasing this item should be an experienced and qualified shooter.

Could this scope be mounted on AK47?

It could, but may have to have some modifications done by a professional gun smith. If you have your AK 47 set up with a top rail system it will work. You will also have to have a shell casing deflector added to your AK, because the ejected shell casings will hit the scope.

Anton Scharff


Hunting expert who respects nature. Ask me anything about large game. Lover of the great outdoors.

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