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Sightmark range 20-60×80 xd recognizing scope

(8 customer reviews)

$703.25$705.03

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  • more-low dispersion glass
  • absolutely multi-coated optics
  • dielectric reflect coatings
  • folded mild course
  • covered tripod, rail, and case
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  • advanced, completely multi-covered ed glass
  • water resistant and fogproof
  • 100% reflective advanced aluminum prism coatings
  • porro prism optical device
  • directly eyepiece layout
  • twist-up eyecup
  • integrated sunshade
  • sightmark solitude spotting scope
  • deliver case
  • desk top tripod
  • eyepiece cover
  • capturing, looking or really glassing for wildlife, the sightmark range spotting scope keeps your goal in consciousness. This precision engineered, dielectric-coated reflect designed optic makes use of superior, absolutely multi-lined, more-low dispersion (ed) glass, variable magnification, a twist-up eyecup, a focusable eyepiece and a significant consciousness system to offer you stunning, distortion-loose clarity.

    the sightmark range spotting scope boasts a rugged rubber armored coating and ip67 water-resistant, dustproof and fogproof safety for assured glassing whilst you need your optics most. Includes accent rails, lens covers and a wearing case.

    the immediately eyepiece design permits customers to comfortable spot for long periods of time, in lots of conditions.

    the solitude spotting scopes are evolved with a porro prism optical system to provide the capability to have a huge field of view and better intensity.

    all recognizing scopes come ready with a flexible tripod and bring case that preserve the optics protected within the subject.

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    15-45×60, 20-60×80 XD

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    Mil-radian Reticle, No Reticle

    8 reviews for Sightmark range 20-60×80 xd recognizing scope

    1. michael maccoll

      It’s nice even nicer once I got used to using it . clear the ret is a nice tough I was a little let down hopping I could spot more than i could with my 5x50x56 34mm rifle scope I wanted to see the shots of a 224 at 600 yards on paper and neither the scope or the spotter could they are clear enough just no where near powerful enough . its ok neither could a 3 thousand dollar spotting scope with the shade and wind I could already see hits on steel plates clear enough . the spotter is just a little brighter than the scope and I guess it should be with the 80mm objective . It’s a nice buy for a spotting scope . Read more

    2. Gregory M. Li

      I bought this because it was oddly hundreds cheaper than the “tactical” version, even though the descriptions for the two are the exact same. Unfortunately when the item arrived and I was able to try it out, there was no reticle. Otherwise it appears to be a solid scope. It’s very large, heavy and feels solidly built. Both rails on the top and bottom appear to have threaded sockets for mounting to a tripod. The picture was pretty impressive for the price point – easily as good as thousand-dollar glass I’ve seen with other spotting scopes. It’s just too bad it doesn’t have the reticle, that was the main feature I wanted Read more

    3. Murray J Thompson

      The most impressive thing about this unit isn’t necessarily the great setup, but the customer service that blows the competition away. I can’t remember when a group of folks went the extra miles that these folks go to make everything perfect and then some. Read more

    4. Ben Van Foeken

      Great for the range and calling out correction to your shooter. Mil/mil compatible and the quality of glass is outstanding. By far worth the money. Read more

    5. DataDork LV

      Great unit for the money. The reticle is critical for proper spot/shot calling during long distance shooting. My go to spotting scope now! Read more

    6. Eric Newman

      Excellent quality for the money Read more

    7. Amazon Customer

      Great sight. Dialed in good for zero. Read more

    8. Natalie Rachelle McAlister

      I should first note that I am an amateur in terms of spotting scopes, and this was the first time I had looked through one… It took me a second to find the image, because I didn’t realize how short the eye relief is on most spotting scopes. My spotter, who’s a more experienced shooter, however, was able to calculate precise ballistics for my long range shots through the scope easily. Very clear image. Definitely recommend trying out. Read more

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