Best Scope For CETME – Reviews w/FAQs

CETME mode 58 is a Stamped-Steel battle rifle designed and made by Spanish armaments manufacturer Centro de Estudios Técnicos de Materiales Especiales. In short, CETME.

CETME is quite antique of a gun. If you have one on you right now, well you have my congratulations. If you have the modern automatic variant of the CETME, you still have my congratulations. It’s a good gun. I know you are looking for a scope for your CETME.

There are plenty of scopes compatible with CETME. But all of them are not worthy of sitting on top of your gun. Let’s find out some of the best scopes for CETME together, shall we?


Best CETME Scopes – [Editor’s Choice]


1. Trijicon TR20 AccuPoint 3-9×40 Riflescope

Trijicon is often misunderstood. A lot of people just outright claims they are bad because they are cheap. That’s not right at all. Trijicon makes some great scope for us budget folks. What’s so wrong with that?

TR20 is a budget scope made from aluminum. Durable and capable of doing hunting and range shooting, it’s an easy choice to pair with CETME. Inside of the scope is fully purged with nitrogen. Making it fog proof. It is also shock and waterproof.

Lens of the TR20 is fully multi-coated. Coating makes lens brighter and better overall. Improves clarity and low-light performance. It’s a 3-9x scope with massive 40mm objective lens. You don’t need to worry about brightness on this scope.

It’s a good pairing with CETME. It can take recoil of that gun and it will enable that gun to perform even better. If it is legal to hunt with that gun in your state, then you will have a killer combination. If you just want to practice shooting on a range, that’s okay as well.

Where is this scope made in?

USA.

Does it come with mounting rings?

No, it doesn’t.

Is the scope matte or glossy?

It’s matte.


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2. Mueller APV AO 4.5-14x40mm Rifle Scope

Mueller APV is an all-weather focused riflescope with AO. It’s a good scope to be paired with any automatic rifles.

Housing of this scope is made out of high-quality aluminum. It is durable and rugged. Internal of the scope is fully purged with nitrogen. Making it a fog proof scope. Outside of the scope is sturdy to protect the lens from shocks of recoil and accidental drops.

Lens used here is fully multi-coated as well. Camera-like crystal clear vision will give you the competitive edge over your opponents in the range or the game. They are bright, color accurate, and no distortion present anywhere.

I cannot stretch this enough, it’s a perfect pairing with CETME. In fact, it’s one of the best scope for CETME you could ever buy. With limited lifetime warranty, I can see you keep this scope for quite forever.

Where is this made in?

Mueller scopes are made in China. With parts sourced from Japan.

Can it handle an air gun?

Yes, it can.

What is the crosshair of this scope?

It’s a standard duplex crosshair.


3. Hi-Lux Optics M1000-PRO 2-10×42 Riflescope

Hi-Lux M1000 pro is an automatic trajectory ranging also known as Art, riflescope from Hi-lux.

What is Art? We are not talking about Monalisa here. It’s not that kind of art. Here, Art compensates for your bullet drop. By calculating the trajectory ranging, it can compensate for the bullet drop. How exactly does it help? Well, for one, you can re-adjust your aim so you don’t miss the next shot.

Is the Art here all words and zero on field? Not quite. High-Lux actually managed to make Art work. Besides that, this scope is made with aluminum to be shock and waterproof. It is also fogproof. And, it is compatible with CETME.

Lenses of the scope is very well as well. Their coating is good. They are bright, not the best for low-light but gets the job done. It’s not a night-vision scope by any means. Don’t think of it as one. Maximum magnification of this scope is 10x. While the CETME might not be able to maximize this range, it’s good to have some in disposal.

Where is this scope made in?

China.

Does it come with mounting rings?

It has an integrated mounting interface.

What kind of battery does it need?

It needs 1 lithium ion battery. It’s included in the package.


CETME Scopes – Buying Guides

CETME is not quite an icon. It’s not as popular as AR-15’s or other SMG’s. But it has its market and it has its customer. Those customers wants the very best for their gun. If you keep somethings in mind while purchasing the scope, you will get the best.

Build Quality

Scope build quality makes sure the internal is good enough to withstand accidents. It’s good enough to keep the adjustments intact. Lens can’t be protected if the housing is not durable.

Lens Quality

I cannot emphasize enough how important picking good lens is. Not every lens is good. Coating can make cheap glass perform good. But not all cheap glass has good coating. There is a fine line between the two. Don’t fall for the trap. Go for good lenses.

Warranty

If the scope doesn’t have any warranty, it seems like a shady deal. Good brands will always provide warranties with their product. It can be 1 year or lifetime. Depends on the brand.


Summary

Owning the original CETME is not possible anymore. Unless you are an antique collector and managed to snag one somehow.

For the automatic variant of the rifle, it can be obtained quite easily and many people owns it. This was a hassle to find the best scope for CETME. But a hassle worth the experience.

I know how hard it can be to choose from countless options. I made those countless options to countable for you. You can pick either from the list and go home a happy bunny. Enjoy your new scope. Take care.

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