34-millimeter main tube with
unparalleled windage and elevation
* Ability to bypass the zero-stop in the BDC dial makes zeroing a breeze
* Auto-locking pinch and turn adjustments
* Scope Weight: 23.2 oz
* Scope Length: 11.8"
* Magnification Range: 1.1-8x
* Scope Objective Lens Diameter: 24 mm
* Scope Tube Size / Mount: 34 mm
* Scope Turret Adjustment: 0.10 Mil
* Reticle Position: First
* Field of View: 92' - 14.7' @ 100 yds.
* Eye Relief: 3.7" - 3.3"
* Illuminated Reticle: yes
* Scope Finish: matte black
ESTABLISHING EYE RELIEF
Because of the safety considerations associated with proper eye
strongly recommends that you mount your scope as far forward as possible.
Beyond that, follow these steps:
1. With the scope as far forward in the mounts as possible, hold the rifle in
your normal shooting position (Variable power scopes should be set at the
highest magnification for this process).
2. Slowly move the scope to the rear just until you can see a full sight picture.
3. Position your scope here for maximum eye relief.
4. Proceed to COMPLETING THE INSTALLATION.
A first-image-plane reticle changes size in lock-step with the target image as you change the magnification setting. Increase the power, and the target and reticle grow simultaneously. Decrease the power, and they both shrink. Either way, the reticle always covers, or subtends, the same amount of the target.
Definition for "Reticle Subtention" : Most commonly expressed in inches per 100 yards, reticle subtension is the amount of the target covered by the reticle. This known amount of coverage by the reticle can be compared against the size of an object in the scope's image, and be used to estimate the range of the object.
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