Тop 9 Best Scopes for M&P Sport 2 2023- Detailed Guide

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You are looking for an ideal scope for your M&P Sport 2? You are at the right place. A good scope is a prerequisite for successful shooting. Whether you shoot at a moving or immovable target, you want to be sure that your scope will guarantee clear vision and precision. We made a list of the top five scopes that will satisfy your needs. Let’s check them out!

Top Picks for M&P Sport II

1. Vortex Optics Strikefire II Red Dot Sight – 4 MOA Red/Green Dot with Vortex Hat

Vortex Optics Strikefire II Red Dot Sight

We present to you Vortex Optics Strikefire II Red Dot Sight. The greatest advantage of this model is that it is quite versatile. You get two dot colors and ten different brightness settings that you can adjust according to your needs. The lowest 2 settings are ideal for night vision.

When you buy a scope you count on reliability. With this one, you get multi-coated lenses and your view will be clear, bright, and undistorted. Aesthetics may not be your concern, but its compactness is a huge advantage.

The single-piece chasis delivers an outstanding performance as it can withstand both recoil and impact. You’d be pleased to hear that this model is waterproof and fog proof. It runs off a CR2 battery.

An offset cantilever mount allows you to move the sight forward. You can use it in conjunction with a magnifier, and backup iron sights all on the same rail. We believe that you will be pleased with its specifications and performance.

Don’t miss our reviews of Vortex 8×36 R/T Tactical Monocular and Vortex Optics Solo 10×25 Waterproof Monocular.

2. CVLIFE 2.5-10x40e Red & Green Illuminated Scope with 20mm Mount

CVLIFE 2.5-10x40e Red & Green Illuminated Scope

Improving your aim is not a difficult task if you have the right tool. And CVLIFE 2.5-10x40e Red & Green Illuminated Scope may just be the right tool for you.

The multi-coated green lens provides over 90% of light transmission which is substantially more than what a blue lens can offer. There are five intensity red and green illumination modes. If you are a fan of bullet drop compensators, you will be pleased to know that this model has it. It allows rapid modification of the reticle that enables shooting targets at certain distances.

The fact that scope and laser are combined proves that firing will always result in precision. This model is made of aircraft strength aluminum so you can count on durability. With this purchase, you get a scope that is built to last.

3. Pinty Rifle Scope 3-9×32 Rangefinder Illuminated Reflex Sight 4 Reticle Green Dot Laser Sight

Pinty Rifle Scope 3-9x32 Rangefinder Illuminated Reflex Sight

Next on our list is Pinty Rifle Scope. This scope seems to have it all. Red/green dot reflex sight has a bottom switch. We talk about extremely precise optics. It guarantees a high-resolution image and unlimited eye relief.

With this model, you get a wide field of view. Brilliant light transmission, and guaranteed excellent mechanical performance and clarity.

A rangefinder riflescope is a plus, and so is a green laser sight. You will see your target clearly with magnifications from 3X up to 9X. Adjust the brightness according to your needs with five available levels. Another model that is completely fog and water-proof. You can’t go wrong with this one.

4. UUQ 2.5-10×40 Tactical Rifle Scope Dual Illuminated Mil-dot W/RED Laser Sight, Rail Mount and 4 Reticle Red/Green Dot Reflex Sight

UUQ 2.5-10x40 Tactical Rifle Scope Dual Illuminated Mil-dot

We would like to introduce to you something that will change the way you feel about aiming at your targets. UUQ 2.5-10×40 Tactical Rifle Scope will give you a new feeling of success while shooting.

We see a tubeless design with a 33mm reflex lens. With this model, you will have a wide field of view. It has red and green illuminated Mil-dot Reticle, and red laser sight, that you can modify according to your needs.

It is made for the rapid-firing shooting of movable targets. Protection is guaranteed, as it is waterproof, fog-proof, and shockproof. You will mount it easily on 20mm rails, and you will follow your target effortlessly through a 40mm lens. We know that you will appreciate the design.

5. CVLIFE Red & Green Dot Sight 4 Reticles Reflex Sight ON & Off Switch for 20mm Rail Mount

CVLIFE Red & Green Dot

We have another CVLIFE model on our list. This time it’s a tubeless design, and if you are a fan of tubeless scopes, this one is perhaps the right choice for you.

Dual illumination, red and green is a standard, but this puppy also has 4 reticle shapes, so your view can be ideal under different weather conditions. Whether it’s rainy, overcast, or blindingly sunny, you will see your target better.

You will appreciate the fact that parallax is corrected with this one, so there will be no optical illusions, and you will be pleased with eye-relief. You will have a wide field of view with its 33mm reflex lens.

Pay attention to the red and green buttons. When you press red, both lights will be on. When you want to turn the lights off, press the two buttons at the same time. We do not doubt that you will enjoy this model.

Buyer’s Guide

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Whether you are familiar with rifles or you’ve just started to target practice, if you haven’t used a scope before, or you don’t know which scope is ideal for you, here are some tips on what to pay attention to during purchase.


A reticle is defined as a combination of markings within the optical device and it’s used for measuring, aiming, or pointing. There are many types of reticles: Non-Illuminated Reticles and Illuminated Reticles, Dot and, Mil-Dot Reticles, Christmas Tree Reticle, Crosshairs, BDC Reticle, German #1 and German #4 Reticles, Leupold Reticle, Duplex Reticle, etc.

Illuminated Reticle

We wanted to talk about this one specifically because this reticle can create confusion among people. The illuminated reticle is a must-have for some shooters and others don’t even want to consider it. An illuminated reticle does not light up the target. Illumination is there to make the reticle visible when it’s in contrast to the dark background. It adds some weight to the scope which many shooters don’t appreciate. Illumination can be powered by a battery, electrical components, or ambient light.


Scope magnification is simple to understand. There is a difference when you watch or follow a target with a naked eye, and when you magnify that distance. When you check specifications you may notice two numbers like 10×30. The first number stands for the magnification, and the second one stands for the diameter of the lens.

Now, most beginners would think the bigger magnification the better. However, that is not the case. The bigger magnification equals complications and distortions. If you use your rifle for targets that won’t be at a larger distance than 500 yards, then there’s no need to get a magnification bigger than 10.


For you to have a large field of view the scope has to capture a lot of light. That can only happen if the diameter is large enough. This is especially beneficial if you are shooting in conditions without enough illumination. The diameter will make your rifle heavier so you need to sort out your priorities. Do you want to hunt when the light is not that good and carry a huge rifle with you or you will choose bright weather conditions and the chance to carry your rifle comfortably.

Role of the lenses

They enlarge the target. The light is reflected from the target and the objective lens captures it.

They focus the enlarged image, and you can see the target without effort. The lenses invert the magnified image, as well, so it’s right-side-up.

Lens coatings

Their role is to reduce the scattering and reflection of light while it passes through the scope. Light is necessary, and if more light reaches your eye the image will be sharper and the contrast will be increased. You can choose between coated, multicoated, or fully multicoated. The best option is to get multicoated, of course.

Parallax when shooting

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This error appears when you aim at a target and while you look through the scope the focus is not on the same plane as the reticle. You don’t see a real image, but a projection, and in that projection, the way your scope presents the image makes your reticle and target separated. This will mess up your aim. How can you establish parallax? Look at the target through your scope and move your head from left to right. If the reticle changes position on your target, that’s not a good sign. If the reticle remains in the same place on the target, you have no issues.


The decision about the scope weight depends on your intentions and needs. If the rifle is light, then a heavier scope may be acceptable as it may feel balanced. If both your scope and rifle are heavy, things can become impractical quickly. If you go shooting in a vehicle, and you periodically get out of the car, the weight does not pose a problem. However, if you plan to hike, and explore the ‘wilderness’ you will want to carry a rifle that will not feel like a punishment.

Eye relief

Eye relief is the distance at which you hold the scope from your eye and see the entire image properly. The magnification influences eye relief. The larger the relief the better because it helps you to notice your target easily, and the eye injury will be less of a possibility if the rifle recoils.

Waterproofing and Fog proofing

The majority of the scopes are waterproof and fog proof. Some are even shockproof. This additional feature will mean a lot when you are outside in not-so-ideal weather conditions.


Scopes for M&P Sport 2 faq

How to fix parallax?

If the reticule moves as you move your eye, you have a problem with parallax. If the reticule moves to the right as you move your head left you to have to decrease the distance adjustment. If the reticule moves to the left as you move your head right, you need to increase the distance of the adjustment.

Are illuminated scopes legal for hunting?

As far as we know, they are, however always make sure to check with the wildlife authorities if it’s legal or not to hunt with those. Being 100% sure that they’re legal is way better than having doubts.

What riflescope reticle do I need?

There are different reticle designs, and you will choose the one that is suitable for the distance that you plan on shooting and the activity you intend to use it for.

Is the quality of the riflescope important?

If you have a high-quality rifle you may think that scope is not that big of a deal, but a good scope is equally important. If your rifle is not that expensive, but you have a high-quality scope, the performance of your rifle will automatically improve.

Why do we need large diameters?

The large eyepiece is specifically meant to increase the precision and performance in the dark.

Can the laser be adjusted to match the scope?

Yes, it can. There are adjustment screws for moving the laser up/down left/right. You have to zero it in, but it will only be effective at the distance you zero it. Once you go outside of the zero distance it will be off.

What’s the ideal magnification?

It depends on the usage. Will you shoot from close range at an immovable or movable target? Will you hunt games or small targets? Low magnification is ideal for close range and moving targets. High magnification is perfect for small targets, while medium power scopes are ideal for hunting big game targets.

Wrap Up

We hope we assisted you in deciding on your scope purchase. When you know what you need the scope for, and you understand the basic features, you can easily choose the right one for your rifle. Good luck with your purchase!

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