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NightForce 3.5-15X56 MM Tactical Zerostop Riflescopes

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Product Description

NightForce 3.5-15X56 MM Tactical Zerostop .250 MOA, .1 Mil-Rad, Riflescopes are composed of aircraft grade aluminium and that means it is tough! It is completely weather and water proof so you have one less thing to worry about when trudging through a marsh or in deep snow. The ZeroStop feature allows you to always return to your original zero after all of the adjustments needed in the field.

NightForce 3.5-15X56 MM Tactical Zerostop 250 MOA Riflescope Features:

  • Unprecedented 110 M.O.A. of internal adjustment
  • Exceptional optical integrity
  • Speed and accuracy in all situations
  • Rigorously tested for perfection
  • Composed of 6061-T6 Aircraft Grade Aluminum
  • Completely Waterproof and Weather Resistant
  • Proprietary titanium beta erector spring that delivers three to four times the spring pressure of other scopes
  • Available ZeroStop version allows for the ability to always return to your zero
  • Weight: 31 ounces

Specifications and additional product information
Magnification: 3.5-15x
Objective Diameter: 56 mm
Exit Pupil Diameter: 14.5 mm at 3.5x and 4 mm at 15x
Eye Relief: 3.8 inches
Internal Adjustment Range: 100MOA elev. 80MOA wind. 30MIL elev. 21.8Mil wind.
Click Value: .250MOA .1Mil-Rad
Tube Diameter: 30 mm
Ocular Diameter: 36 mm
Mounting Length: 5.8 inches  
Weight: 31 ounces
Overall Length: 14.8 inches
Illumination: Standard
ZeroStop Option? Yes
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