Schmidt & Bender 3-12x50mm Zenith Series Riflescope, Matte Black Finish with # 9 Reticle, 30mm Tube.
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What's Included With This Item:
- 10 Year USA Warranty, Instructions
• So distinctive is the design of Schmidt & Bender's Zenith riflescopes, that upon their introduction they earned the prestigious international IF Design Award, and were selected by Field & Stream magazine as the "Best of the Best." Their streamlined elegance results in compact, efficient scopes that complement, not dominate, your rifles.
• The full magnification range can be covered in just one 180 degree rotation a mere half turn of the adjustment dial. Eye relief is a safe and comfortable 90 mm (3 1/2 inches). Our POSICON system provides a graphic indication of the reticle's position and remaining travel within the scope, facilitating mounting, sighting in, and insuring that you retain as much elevation and windage adjustment as possible.
• Zenith 3 - 12 x 50: On a plains game safari in Africa, an elk or pronghorn hunt in North America, rely upon this scope any time you might need to make a long, accurate shot. A wide magnification range from 3x all the way to 12x lets you be prepared for forest and bush as well as wide-open country.
|Magnification||3x - 12x|
|Objective / Field of View||50mm / 33.3' (10.2m) @ 3x at 100 yds.(100m), 11.4' (3.48m) @ 12x at 100 yds.(100 m)|
|Main (Center) Tube Diameter||30mm|
|Objective Tube Diameter||2.24", 56.9mm|
|Eyepiece Tube Diameter||1.97", 50.0mm|
|Lens Coatings||Fully Multi-Coated|
|Reticle Image Plane (Magnifying)||First|
|Twilight Performance||8.5 / 24.5|
|Exterior Finish||Matte Black|
|Windage & Elevation Adjustments (MOA)||.360|
|Maximum Adjustment||16" @ 100 yards, 45 cm @ 100 meters.|
|Exit Pupil||14.1mm at 3x / 4.2mm at 12x|
|Eye Relief||3.55" / 90.0mm @ 3x, 3.55" / 90.0mm @ 12x|
|Parallax Correction Control||Parallax Free at 109.4 Yards, 100 Meters|
|Diopter Adjustment||+2 / -3|
|Waterproof / Fogproof||Yes|
|Weight||22.0 oz., 623.7g|
|Special Features||Reticle Image in the First Focal Plane.|