I purchased a BSA catseye scope and sent it back--too muddy, dark at high power, poor resolution, eye relief short. But they gave me credit. So I got a BSA 8x32x50mm rifle scope in exchange. Now this is a relatively cheap scope but was hands above their spotting scope in brightness, eye relief is good, and resolving power allows me to see 22cal holes in the black easily at 100yds and good at 150yds. 45cal holes at 200yds are easy to see. So I mounted the scope on an aluminum bar with rings and put it on a tripod. It serves well as an intermediate spotting scope and is easy to use with the 3+ inch eye relief. Don't know or care how it is as a rifle scope though.