Steiner® 8x30mm Military R Binoculars with M - 22 Reticle

Item # WX2-236382

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Steiner® 8x30mm Military R Binoculars with M - 22 Reticle. Extreme conditions be darned, this pair delivers!

Find out what military professionals around the globe already know: Steiner® 8x30mm Military R Binoculars are the real deal. Compact, lightweight and incredibly durable to deliver extraordinary images on the move and under extreme conditions. Complete with the U.S. Army M-22 style reticle - which can be used in conjunction with a variety of reticle types and riflescopes - this pair surveys the scene with a wide field of view so you get the entire picture, with edge-to-edge clarity.

Big views, small package:
  • Fully multicoated optics mean maximum light transmission, enhanced contrast and less glare
  • Porro prisms for a perfect 3D image and increased light transmission
  • Rugged, shockproof and lightweight Markolon® housing and protective rubber armoring... secure grip in all conditions, protection against bumps, abrasions and jarring blows
  • Individual focus at each ocular for exacting edge-to-edge clarity
  • Nitrogen pressure filling with 2-way valve system guarantees no fog, no condensation even in a wide range of temps (-40°F to 176°F)
  • 2-way valve system also makes inspection, service and maintenance possible
  • Special sealing technology prevents dust and dirt from penetrating also provides water pressure proofness of up to 16'
  • Objective caps
  • Carry strap
  • Soft silicone fold-down eyecups for comfortable use with or without eye glasses
  • Field of view is 362' @ 1,000 yards
  • 15mm eye relief
  • 65' close focus
  • 18 ozs. 6 3/ 4 x 4 1/ 4 x 2 1/ 4 ".

Order yours ONLINE today and see why Steiner is setting the tactical standard!

with M-22 Reticle

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