Hi-Lux™ 2-7x32 mm Long Eye Relief Series Riflescope

Item # WX2-191626

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Details & Specs

Eye relief? Hi - Lux™ 2 - 7x32 mm Long Eye Relief Series Riflescope's got it in spades.

For exceptional long eye relief, LER Series Scopes from Hi-Lux™ hit the performance mark! Designed to give full view of the target when placed 12 to 16" ahead of your eye, it's ideal for handguns, top-eject lever action rifles, and side hammerlock muzzleloaders.

And there's a whole lot more:
  • Variable 2-7x magnification, 32 mm objective size
  • Multi-coated optics for enhanced clarity and contrast
  • Shock and leak-proof
  • Diamond TuFF 14 fully multi-coated for maximum light transmission and contrast
  • Eye relief is 13.2" at 2x, 8.7" at 7x... very long
  • 2-plex reticle
  • F.O.V.@100 yds. is 18.8' at 2x, 6.3' at 7x
  • MOA click values are 1/4
  • 11"l., weighs 12 1/4 ozs.
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    Excellent! I mounted it as a scout scope on my Marlin .45/70 Levergun, and couldn't be more pleased.
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