Rifle telescopic sight 3-12x50

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Key feature
Bright scope for stalking and still hunting, featuring adjustable illuminated reticle with 11 brightness settings. Tough scope thanks to 30 mm scratch resistant aluminium tube.

Products benefits

Image quality
Ideal scope for use until dark: 80% light transmission.
Adjustable zoom from 3x to 12x. Brings the observed object up to 12 times closer
Single piece aviation quality aluminium tube, scratch-resistant coating
Waterproof nitrogen-filled anti-fog scope


Structure : 50.0% Aluminium, Structure : 50.0% Glass - Mineral
Designed to
stalking and hunting from a hide for big game. Suitable for sport shooting
2 years


Illuminated reticle
Illuminated red mil dot type reticle with 1 to 11 adjustable brightness settings. The strongest setting at level 11 is only visible in very poor light. Intensity level 1 is only visible in total darkness 1 hour before or after sunset. 4A reticle positioned in second focal plane. The reticle appears the same size when the magnification is increased.
Body: 30 mm (requires 30 mm mounts) Zoom: 3x to 12x Length: 315 mm Weight: 670 g Diameter: 50 mm Exit pupil: 16.6 - 4.17 mm Field of view at 100 m: 11.4 - 2.8 m Eye relief: 100 mm Illuminated reticle: Yes, 11 settings, 1 CR2032 battery turret adjustment: 1/4 MOA, 7 mm at 100 m Focus adjustment: Yes Twilight factor: 12.25 - 24.50 Operating temperature: -20°C to +70°C Anti fog: nitrogen filled Surface treatment: hard anodized, anti-scratch
Battery not supplied (1x CR2032) Scope mounts not included. We recommend you contact a gunsmith for mounting the scope on the rifle. CAUTION: Maximum distance between mounts for standard fitting: 125 mm If the spacing on your rifle is greater than 125 mm, choose mounts with offset rings. When mounting the scope, ensure there is at least 8cm between your eye and the edge of the scope when the rifle is on the shoulder.
Scope adjustment
Each turret click moves the point of impact 7 mm on the target at a range of 100 m. Remove the metal caps; turn the turrets in the direction you wish to move the point of impact. To raise the point of impact, turn towards U (UP). To lower the point of impact, turn towards D (DOWN). To move the point of impact to the left, turn towards L (Left). To move the point of impact to the right, turn towards R (Right).

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