BSA® Deer Hunter 3 - 9x50 mm Muzzleloader Rifle Scope

Item # WX2-217614

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Details & Specs

BSA® Deer Hunter 3 - 9x50 mm Muzzleloader Rifle Scope delivers modern precision for classic black powder shooters.

Outstanding clarity and rock-solid toughness in a Scope built with today's black powder rifle in mind. Here's what you need to really push the outer limits of your muzzleloader's reach.

Details:
  • Variable 3X-9X magnification
  • Generous light-gathering 50mm objective size
  • Fully multi-coated optics for excellent contrast and clarity
  • Generous 4" eye relief
  • 1/ 4 " M.O.A. click adjustments for windage and elevation
  • F.O.V. @ 100 yds. is 40' at 3X, 13' at 9X
  • Non-reflective black matte finish
  • Weighs 17 ozs.

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