Crossfire II 3 - 9x50mm AO Riflescope

Item # WX2-233178

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Details & Specs

Crossfire II 3 - 9x50mm AO Riflescope gathers more light for crisper, clearer images!

Clearer. Tougher. Brighter. Crossfire II Riflescopes are built to exceed the standards of other scopes in their class. Better performance at a better price. That's something to aim for!

Specs:
  • Fully multi-coated lenses for superior light transmission with low reflection
  • 1" tube is O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged for waterproof / fogproof performance
  • Premium aircraft-grade aluminum construction with anodized, low-glare finish
  • Adjustable objective for fine tuning and reducing parallax error
  • Fast-focus eyepiece for quick, easy reticle focusing
  • Lenses are locked in place with machined locking rings for shockproof performance
  • Resettable, capped MOA turrets. 1 click = 1/ 4 "
  • Extended eye relief of 3.8-4.4"
  • F .O.V. is 32-12.9 ft. @ 100 yds.
  • 3-9x magnification 50mm objective lens diameter
  • Includes removable lens covers and dust cloth
  • Measures approx. 12 3/ 4 " l. x 2 1/ 4 " w. Weighs approx. 18 ozs.

Eagle-eye performance at a great price!

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