Athlon optics , argos btr , riflescope , eight-34 x fifty six first focal plane (ffp) 30 mm tube, illuminated apmr mil reticle , black

(4 customer reviews)

$372.42

  • make certain this suits by getting into your version wide variety.
  • first focal plane reticle remains legitimate at all power settings allowing you to fully make use of the particularly designed reticle that shrinks or grows in conjunction with your goal as you zoom in or out.
  • advanced completely multi-covered lenses gives you higher light transmission to convey most effective brightness and authentic colour across the entire mild spectrum.
  • reticle etched at the glass that offers incredible backing help for complicated reticle design and gives brilliant durability and lots higher surprise resistance to cringe
  • the 6061t6 plane grade aluminum tube that has notable electricity and superior mechanical integrity will guard those global elegance optics regardless of what punishment you throw at it
  • argon purging gives you better waterproofing and thermal stability. Water resistance stage:ipx-7

Availability: 290 in stock

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athlon optics , argos btr, riflescope

argos btr family of scopes have functions commonly only determined on excessive-give up scopes. It has a 4x magnification that makes it flexible in multiple capturing disciplines. It has our superior fully-multi covered optics that gives you a crystal clean vibrant photograph in in darkish environments. The argos btr additionally has our extraordinary xpl coating that protects your lenses from dust, grease and vicious weather situations. The 6061t6 aircraft grade aluminum tube will shield these optics no matter what punishment you throw at it.

this along side the type of first focal aircraft (ffp) reticles provide you with smooth elevation and windage adjustments.

  • facet parallax adjustment to present you the capacity to adjust to any ranged right at your fingertips.
  • capabilities

    reticles

    the ahsr 14 ffp ir mil reticle is best for quick and mid range taking pictures with an illuminated sixteen mil diameter circle, 1 mil center move (zero. 5 mil from middle to every facet) and cross lines with 1mil hash mark increments extended to 8 mils on both horizontal and vertical guidelines. The reticle at one magnification becomes a crimson dot circle that can be used efficaciously for short range goal, whilst at 4 magnification it offers enough information with 1 mil hash mark that assist shooters speedy spot their target and set holdover positions.

    software: brief and mid variety shooting for each tactical and looking

    blr sfp moa reticle has a floating middle dot and 1 moa increment hash marks, which assist you speedy lock to your target and set holdover positions.

    utility: precision mid range capturing for both tactical and looking

    it has a huge illuminated center and a pair of moa hash mark increments, which assist you speedy lock in your goal and set holdover positions. The illuminated reticle presents fantastic low mild visibility and accurate elevation holdovers all of the way up to 40 moa with 2 moa markings incremental.

    software: precision mid range shooting for both tactical and hunting

    reticles

    designed for precision long and mid-distance capturing with illuminated middle pass and 0. 5 mil hash mark increments , apmr ffp ir mil reticle allow you to fast lock on your goal and set holdover positions and leads for a transferring goal.

    application: precision mid range taking pictures for each tactical and hunting

    it has a large illuminated center and 2 moa hash mark increments, which help you quickly lock on your target and set holdover positions. The illuminated reticle gives remarkable low mild visibility and correct elevation holdovers all the manner as much as forty moa with 2 moa markings incremental.

    software: precision mid range shooting for each tactical and hunting

    designed for precision long and mid-distance taking pictures with illuminated center cross and zero. 5 mil hash mark increments , apmr ffp ir mil reticle assist you to speedy lock in your target and set holdover positions and leads for a transferring target.

    utility: precision mid range capturing for both tactical and hunting

    product description

    specification magnification 8-34 objective lens diameter fifty six mm reticle apmr ffp ir mil, glass etched surface finish matte lens coating huge band absolutely multicoated extra coating xtra protecting coating tube fabric 6061 aluminium tube diameter 30 mm go out scholar 7-1. 7 mm eye comfort 3. 3 inches area of view @one hundred yards 12. Five-three ft click cost 0. 1mil adjustment variety consistent with rotation 5mil overall elevation adjustment thirteen mil total windage adjustment 13 mil turret fashion exposed parallax adjustment facet recognition – 15 yards to infinity purging cloth argon duration 15. 5 inches weight 32. 2 oz

    4 reviews for Athlon optics , argos btr , riflescope , eight-34 x fifty six first focal plane (ffp) 30 mm tube, illuminated apmr mil reticle , black

    1. Collin

      I researched this scope quite a bit before getting it, and reading reviews on this page as well as elsewhere. I waited to write the review after I’ve shot it a few times so it would be an accurate report. I originally wanted the Vortex Viper PST 5-25×50, but unrealistic for my price range, and frankly I’m really happy it directed my to this scope. So I’ll dive into my personal pros and cons. (I’ll try and be as detailed as I can, so it’s gonna be a long list) Pros: Clarity. The clarity on this scope is pretty fantastic for the price range, and I’d even dare to say it’s somewhat comparable to Vortex glass. I was worried that anything over 24 power would have a significant drop, but it’s only slight and still very viable at 34 power. (The highest I shoot is 24-26 power and only using 34 power to check for details) First Focal Plane. This is a given pro, as there are very few FFP scopes in this price range, and even less that are this quality. Defender Caps. This really isn’t about the scope, but it came with defender caps for the lenses and that was a really nice thing to see when opening up the box. Pro/Con: Weight. At just under two pounds, it adds some heft to your rifle, which is good for being stationary, but not too fun if you’re hiking with it. My rifle is 10 pounds with it, which doesn’t feel like much until you carry it a few miles. Illuminated Reticle. So I’m not sure if it’s the battery I received with the scope or if it’s supposed to be this way, the IR does not really work in daylight, and that’s completely fine for me. It does however show up really nice in twilight. Cons: Turrets. The turrets come very mushy. You can fix this by taking off the turret caps, cleaning out the thick factory grease and replacing it with a thinner lubricant. There are videos on YouTube on how to do this. There are probably other cons that I just can’t think of at this time, but all and all, you can’t go wrong with this quality of a scope for this price range. I’ve added pictures I took with my phone of the rifle the scope is mounted on (Savage Model 11 Trophy Hunter XP .308) and pictures of the scope aimed at a Water Silo 2.4 miles away at 8x, 16x, 24x, and 34x. It looks better in person due to the pictures being taken with a phone and looking through a dirty window. (The Rifle was unloaded and clear) Read more

    2. ChiefTain

      I purchased both the 6-24×50 and the 8-34×56. This optic (8-34×56) has excellent glass at the lower magnifications after I adjust past 16x the image becomes blurry and gets progressively worse the higher magnification until the image is completely unrecognizable. This is a classic case of more is not always better because the 6-24×50 is excellent at every magnification the highest magnification level is just as clear as the lowest. Which leads you to wonder why they would produce the larger optic if it doesn’t even perform as well as the optic with less magnification. In the event you need an optic with this level of magnification spend the $$$$ because this optic will only frustrate you.The 6-24×50 has excellent glass and provides the level of magnification for most uses. Optic was tested on a RPR in 6.5 creedmoor. Read more

    3. Osland17

      not bad!!! it works great clear until you reach up to around 28 x’s after that it start to get kinda fuzzy in the rain, overall very nice for price. just updated: today oct 11th 2016 test was in full sun and my cell phone note 2 took the pics and its way better in person just the images for some reason are not as sharp but in person they are! i/m very happy with this purchase Read more

    4. Tom H.

      I have mounted this Scope with the Mil reticle on a DPMS Recon .309 AR-10. My thoughts are as follows: PROS: 1. The glass is crystal clear, and very bright at 24x and below. Above that, while useable, it is just not quite as good, and the eye relief becomes more difficult, but, it is nice to have that higher range to check impacts; 2. The scope did zero within a matter of shots, and has held zero, even with the impact of the .308; 3. I reset the turrets to zero, and did the funky fake zero trick, and it really is cool to be able to “dial up” mils for longer range shots. After zeroing at 100yds, I dialed in the clicks and placed a few at 200, and then using StrelokPro as my reference, dialed up the mils to go to 300yds, and was within the bullseye on the first shot!. I was quite pleased with the scope. CONS: 1. The unit arrived with peripheral items missing. Athlon customer service promised to send the allen wrench, lens cloth, and manual. I have not received them yet; 2. The eye relief is “tight”. I wish it was a little better. 3. Because this scope has a 56mm Objective, the Weaver tactical high rings were NOT high enough. The front end of the scope was hitting on the rail and the scope would not fully seat in the rings. I would up ordering a 1/2″ rail riser with built in 20moa cant, and that plus the high rings works great! Overall, considering the huge price savings, I am happy with this. I will update this review as I try to take it out even further. Read more

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