Athlon optics , argos btr , riflescope , 8-34 x fifty six first focal aircraft (ffp) 30 mm tube, illuminated atmr moa reticle , , black

(8 customer reviews)

$308.02

  • make certain this fits by using getting into your model variety.
  • first focal aircraft reticle remains valid in any respect strength settings allowing you to completely utilize the mainly designed reticle that shrinks or grows together with your goal as you zoom in or out.
  • superior fully multi-lined lenses gives you better mild transmission to carry gold standard brightness and actual colour throughout the entire light spectrum.
  • reticle etched on the glass that provides super backing aid for complicated reticle layout and gives tremendous durability and plenty better shock resistance to cringe
  • the 6061t6 plane grade aluminum tube that has extraordinary power and advanced mechanical integrity will defend those global class optics irrespective of what punishment you throw at it
  • argon purging gives you higher waterproofing and thermal balance
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Availability: 676 in stock

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product description

specification magnification eight-34 objective lens diameter 56 mm reticle atmr ffp ir moa, glass etched surface finish matte lens coating wide band completely multicoated extra coating xtra protective coating tube cloth 6061 aluminium tube diameter 30 mm go out student 7-1. 7 mm eye relief three. Three inches discipline of view @one hundred yards 12. Five-three ft click on cost zero. 25 moa adjustment range in line with rotation 12moa general elevation adjustment 45 moa general windage adjustment forty five moa turret fashion exposed parallax adjustment aspect focus – 15 yards to infinity purging material argon length 15. 5 inches weight 32. 2 oz

8 reviews for Athlon optics , argos btr , riflescope , 8-34 x fifty six first focal aircraft (ffp) 30 mm tube, illuminated atmr moa reticle , , black

  1. David Leake

    I am a firearms instructor, competitive shooter, and all around gun enthusiast. I been shooting long range for a little while now. I have Bushnell, night force, Trijicon, Steiner, swarvaski, holosun, and many other optics. I am running this Athlon on a suppressed .338 Lapua Mag Savage Precision 110 Elite. Yesterday I grouped handloads (285 gn ELDs, in front of H1000) at .25 MOA at 100 yards. Shot it out to 500 with around 3 inch groups. So yeah I haven’t shot it what I would consider “long range yet” i.e 1000 yards and more, but at 100 out to 500 yards this scope is unbelievable for the money. It tracked perfectly from 100 to 500 and back with the elevation turret. This scope is better than my 1000 dollar vortex I am running on my other .338 Lapua mag. This scope should cost at least 1000 bucks. I cannot believe this scope is 300 bucks, if I shot it without knowing its price tag I would guess 1600 bucks. Buy it, and don’t be scared because it is not a well known brand. I have a feeling this company is the new Vortex as far as value and performance. Read more

  2. Jay

    After mounting this to my 6.5 creedmoor, I have put about 150 rounds through it. This scope is an amazing value! I only wish that I had a zero stop function other than the included washer to have a makeshift zero stop Read more

  3. Traveler32

    Bought this scope for an inexpensive build on a 223 bolt action rifle for intermediate to long range shooting. I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the scope and features, given the price point. Its hard to find a quality first focal plane scope for this price that actually works. So far it has been a good scope, holds zero, and tracks accurately. The MOA, illuminated reticle is simple and functional. Each hash mark is 2 MOA. The only problems or observations I have with it is the glass is a bit dark and could be a little sharper at or very near to maximum magnification, otherwise clear and bright at all but highest magnification. As for the reticle, the illumination cold be a little brighter and I would have preferred 1 MOA hash marks as opposed to 2 MOA for a little higher level of precision. I would also have liked to have a better system for the zero-stop function, other than the supplied plastic washers. However, all things considered, its a great, inexpensive FFP scope with many features found primarily on higher priced glass. I would recommend purchase and in fact, I bought a second one to use on another build on a 270 WIN bolt action rifle! Read more

  4. Amazon Customer

    Mounted the scope on my Remington 742 Woodmaster in 30-06. Sighted in, I only had a little over 4MOA of elevation adjustment left (bad point no. 1). Eye relief is very unforgiving. Have to have absolutely perfect alignment and distance from the eye piece for a good sight picture to be accomplished, without darkening the edges etc (bad point no. 2). I do like the tactical turrets (simple to remove and set the “0” in front, on the turrets), the parallax adjustment, the lens covers, focus adjustment, and the illuminated reticle. All in all… A bit much for my application, but I couldn’t resist buying it at the price I got it. Would’ve given 5 stars, if not for the aggravations of the eye relief. Read more

  5. Victoria

    Great scope. Zeroed in on my 50 BMG rifle and after the recoil of 100 rounds, it stayed true. Read more

  6. Preston

    The Argos 8-34×56 is obviously a pretty high powered scope. For the price, it doesn’t really have any apples to apples competitors. It is pretty clear up to ~20-24 zoom depending on the day. Past that the scope picture will get a bit fuzzy but is still plenty useful. Overall, scope holds true and tracks like a champ. “Zero stops” work as they should and the thing has a lifetime warranty, not much more you can ask for for ~$300 Read more

  7. Amazon Customer

    Unbox the scope elevation was set already at halfway when it arrived. Mounted scope on a custom built Ruger Charger, Archangel 556P stock, Kidd 10in full bull barrel with brake, Kidd single stage trigger 1.5 lb pull, after four shots and going to max elevation I was still 5 inches low on a flat picatinny rail, set wrong from the factory accidents happen ordered another grade higher hope they did better on this one! Read more

  8. Evan Tune

    I just got this on my rifle today and got it sighted in. Was very pleased on the clarity of the optics even at full zoom. Was dead on within a couple shots. Very impressive. The only thing I wish they would of change is how loud the clicks are of adjustments. Other than that I would say for the money it is by far the best scope you can get on the market today Read more

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