- Scope Weight: 37.57 oz
- Scope Length: 16.54″
- Magnification Range: 5-25x
- Scope Objective Diameter: 56mm
- Scope Tube Size / Mount: 34mm
- Turret Adjustment (Click Value): 1cm/100m
- Elevation Turret Details: 27MRAD DT27 MTC LT
- Windage Turret Details: ± 6 MRAD ST ZC CT
- Parallax Adjustment: Side Focus Parallax 10m->∞
- Reticle Position: First Focal Plane
- Reticle Details: P5FL Reticle
- Field of View: 5.3 – 1.5m @ 100m
- Exit Pupil: 11.0–2.3mm
- Eye Relief: 90mm/3.54″
- Twilight Factor: 15.8 – 31.6
- Illuminated Reticle: Yes
- Scope Finish: RAL8000
- Scope Turret Rotation: Counter Clockwise (CCW)
1 CM: The click value of the riflescope’s turrets is 1 cm / 100 m (0.1 MIL/MRAD)
1/2cm: The click value of the riflescope’s turrets is .5 cm / 100 m (0.05 MIL/MRAD)
CCW: Counter-clockwise turret rotation (rotating the elevation turret counter-clockwise moves the POI up, rotating the windage turret counter-clockwise moves the POI to the right).
CT: The turret is capped (refers to the windage turret in all cases as of May, 2020).
DT: Double Turn turret (the elevation turret can be turned for 720°).
FFP: First Focal Plane Click to See the Difference Between First Focal Plane and Second Focal Plane
LT: The turret on the riflescope is lockable.
MOA: M.O.A. stands for Minutes of Angle; a system based on degrees and minutes. This type of angle measurement is used to calculate the distance to a target and MOA turrets correction for the bullet trajectory. At 100 yards, one MOA equals 1 inch. Out to 1,000 yards, 1 MOA equals 10 inches, and so on. If you measure in (yards/inches) then use MOA.
MRAD: stands for milliradians (or MIL for short). It is the preferred method for military and police commonly referred to as a MIL-dot reticle. 1 mil equals 10cm at 100 meters, and 1 meter at 1,000 meters. If you use the metric system (meters/centimeters) then go for MRAD.
MTC: More Tactile Clicks (each 10th click is more pronounced ,which makes it easier for the user to MTC quickly dial in the desired number of clicks).
P: Parallax- when Parallax is properly adjusted, your target looks like it has the Cross-Hairs painted on it no matter where you move your head. Click to See How Parallax Works
RAL8000: The riflescope comes in the yellowish-brown color (a darker tone compared to Pantone 7504M).
SFP: Second Focal Plane Click to See the Difference Between Second Focal Plane and First Focal Plane
ST: Single Turn turret (the elevation turret can be turned for 360°).
ZC: A riflescope with a Zero Stop feature; the turret is stopped directly at zero.