Red Hot® 1.25 - 4x30 mm Pin Point Red / Green Illuminated Crossbow Scope

Item # WX2-192656

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Details & Specs

Red Hot® 1.25 - 4x30 mm Pin Point Red / Green Illuminated Crossbow Scope with dial - a - distance precision from 20 to 80+ yards!

No more hold-over or hold-under, like with standard scopes... dial the Red Hot® up to the EXACT yardage of your target! Then take a look through. You'll see a single, illuminated point of aim, completely uncluttered for the clearest, fastest targeting in any light condition. Pull the trigger. Direct hit!

  • Variable 1.25-4X magnification for scan-and-zoom targeting
  • Ultra-clear etched glass reticle with red or green illumination
  • 5 brightness settings for both red and green
  • Dial-a-distance turrets for precision from 20 to 80+ yds.
  • Locking fast-focus eyepiece
  • 1 / 2 " MOA adjustments
  • F.O.V.@80' is 24' (in 1.25X)
  • 30 mm mono tube
  • Backed by a Lifetime Warranty
  • 10 1/ 2 " long. Weighs 18 ozs.


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