Thanks, may give it a shot. Just want to see how ranging and holding in hunting situations will work for me. I go to range, only to zero. I practice mostly in the field. Not looking to do long range, range shooting.
The concern with these cheaper optics isn't so much that they won't hold zero but that they won't track reliably. It likely has lower quality glass too. But if you're just shooting animals at 500 and in during the middle of the day, it might be fine for that. For precision range work, it's lower than the minimum quality that most would recommend.