Athlon optics talos btr four-14×44 first focal plane riflescope, aplr2 ffp ir mil reticle, black

(8 customer reviews)

$298.99 $252.89

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  • first focal aircraft reticle stays legitimate at all electricity settings allowing you to fully make use of the specially designed reticle that shrinks or grows at the side of your target as you zoom in or out
  • reticle etched at the glass that provides tremendous backing support for complicated reticle layout and gives super sturdiness and plenty better surprise resistance to recoil
  • the illuminated reticle presents more visibility during dusk and dawn and different low ambient light surroundings
  • warmth treated one piece tube offers the scope extra strength over multi-piece tubes. A one piece tube also is higher at preserving moisture out hence maintaining your scope fog evidence for the life of the product
  • nitrogen purging dramatically reduces the moisture within the tube and helps keeping fog proof and water-proof

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product description

talos btr

the talos btr is available in configurations; four-14×44 – first focal plane or 1-4×24 2nd focal plane. Both of these scopes are first-rate entry degree scopes for competitive and tactical taking pictures. Presenting multi-coated lenses for clarity and brightness in low light conditions as well as being water-proof, this circle of relatives is prepared to get you started out capturing.

key features

absolutely multi-coated optics efficaciously reduces pondered mild and increases the transmission of mild providing you with a brighter picture than normal unmarried covered lenses.

water resistant to shield the scope inside the cruelest weather conditions or if by accident submerged underwater.

nitrogen purging dramatically reduces the moisture inside the tube and facilitates retaining fogproof and water resistant.

aplr2 ffp ir mil

8 reviews for Athlon optics talos btr four-14×44 first focal plane riflescope, aplr2 ffp ir mil reticle, black

  1. RoamingDoc

    This is not a Schmidt-Bender, Swarovski or Steiner… but it doesn’t cost over $3K either and if you are on a moderate budget this is excellent glass, very decent turrets and an outstanding warranty. I would say it is easily as fine as the Vortexs I’ve shot, the Burris scopes, Bushnell, all the higher priced middle of the road optics. This went on my wife’s rifle and I had never looked thru one before having been a Leupold person for 20 years (and this glass is really ‘almost’ as good). Glass is getting easier to make well and many companies are able to afford significantly better ground sand and so the overall scope is improving. The internals as felt thru the turrets are not as smooth as the Leupold but frankly you are getting a FF plane scope with very good glass (I mean, even at the highest resolution it is clear and I didn’t notice much peripheral blur if any). The box test is perfect. Frankly for anyone short of a full blown in the field my life depends on it professional or a person making his living off of the zero ring this is a great choice. Read more

  2. skohl

    This is the 3rd Athlon 4-14×44 scope I have bought. It started my FFP craze. I have sold 2 on airguns to friends of mine. For this Wildcat MK II I ordered a FFP at a similar cost that had just got to market – sent it back. Then I ordered a more expensive 3-15 FFP that I have sent back for warranty and will sell when it is returned. Neither one matched this Athlon. I now also have 4 Athlon 6-24×50 FFP and one 8-34×56 FFP. All of these are mounted on high end PCP airguns. You can’t beat these scopes for sharp, clear image, warranty, and durability. I’ve probably bought over 20 scopes in the last 10 years – these are the best you can find in the medium price range, Read more

  3. Tommy Ellis

    I bought this scope to go on my new FX Dreamtac .25 air rifle which is used for pest control. The glass is clear, not Nightforce clear, but very good for the price. The reticle has lots of information if like me you use the hash marks instead of dialing your scope to the range. One thing I didn’t notice when I ordered the scope is it is an mrad not moa scope which for me isn’t an issue but you need to go with what you are comfortable with. This is a first focal plane scope which is a nice feature if you have never used one. The turrets turn easily although they don’t lock into position are very positive when adjusted. The side focus was checked against known distances and is pretty much dead on. Overall it is worth the money and so far I have had zero issues. Read more

  4. William Coats

    I wanted to try out a FFP scope with a reticle that I could use for drop and windage holds and this seemed like a good low cost option. This is a great scope for the price and the glass is clear and bright but it’s not as nice as scopes with similar features in the $1,000 price range, but it’s only $300 it’s a great value. My main complete is the feel of the turrets, but that’s not too big of a deal since I’m just going to use the reticle for holds. If they aren’t going to put nicer turrets on it that lock I wish they would offer FFP with this reticle and capped turrets. So far I’ve used it for a few trips to the range and one PRS style match out to 700 yards and it’s worked great. I highly recommend it if you are looking for a budget FFP scope with a good reticle. I have a friend with the Primary Arms 4-14 FFP scope and I’d recommend this Athlon over that. Read more

  5. GregBCPT

    This scope is worth more than the money I paid for it. I have heard some great reviews about Athlon optics. None of them were wrong. I will probably upgrade this scope for one with locking turrets in the future and put this on my bolt action project. As a build on an AR-10 in 6.5 Creedmore for trying for 1000 yards for under 1000, I think I can make this scope work. Throw it onto a Savage Axis in 6.5 Creedmore, now you can reach 1000 for under 600. Here would be my tip to anyone that buys this scope. Out of the box, remove the turret knobs and take a Q-tip to the inside. if you do that and wipe away some of the greases, it will improve the clicks and make it less squishy. This is a great scope. I am very happy with my purchase, however, like I said, I think I will upgrade to a Helios so I can get the locking turrets. Read more

  6. Richard Steiner

    I am fairly new to pellet rifle shooting and wanted a scope that I’d not have to relearn from my powder rifle scope. I have been shooting 338 Lapua with a US Optics 5-25×58 MRAD scope for about 10 years and find the MRAD extremely easy to work with and the FFP requires no additional thought. The Athlon scope with lifetime, no questions asked warranty makes it a no brainer… I have this scope on both my .177 and .30 cal Hatsan 135QE rifles using a Diana Bullseye ZR mount. This scope is well made, tight and solid. Since I was use to this type of scope already, out of the box it took 3 shots to zero it in.. If you shoot you need to find $300 and get this as it will be the envy of every other shooter you come across unless they already have one! Read more

  7. Mike L

    This is the fifth FFP Athlon scope I now own and will buy more as I upgrade my other guns as needed. This is a great choice for anyone looking to make the move into FFP scopes the glass is clear and the turrets are getting better every year. Tracking is on the mark and the price is really good for what you get, I have a lot of guns that I will keep changing over to FFP and plan on staying with the Athlon brand. Read more


    Under $300. First focal plane. Sharp image throughout the focus range. Repeatable adjustments in a tenth of a mil. Lifetime warranty. Pairs well with DPMS LR 308. Read more

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