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Sun Optics 4x32 Prismatic Rifle Scope For CQB, R/G/B Reticle

 
Sun Optics USA
PS30432IR
812649013262
SCP-983
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$173.99
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This 4x tactical dot sight offers an adjustable illuminated red, green or blue military-style reticle and includes a mount and sunshade for a sharp, unobstructed view. The scope design is both compact and lightweight for quick target acquisition on any type of rifle and the included recoil key will keep your sight firmly in place round after round.

This scope features precision ground, fully multi-coated lenses that provide vivid images and the nitrogen filled tube is waterproof, shockproof and fogproof, ensuring the elements don't obscure your view. The etched glass reticle is 1/4 MOA adjustable for windage and elevation.

While some prismatic scopes retail for thousands of dollars, Sun Optics's Close Quarters Battle Prismatic Rifle Scope delivers the same results at a fraction of the price.

Features and Specifications:
Magnification: 4x
Objective Lens Diameter: 32mm
Reticle Type: Illuminated Mil-Type, Adjustable To Red/Green/ Blue
Field of View: 20' @ 100 Yards
Eye Relief: 3"
Exit Pupil: 14.3mm
1/4 MOA Adjustment For Windage And Elevation
Etched Glass Reticle With Range Finding Capabilities
Fully Multicoated Lenses
Nitrogen Filled Tube
Dimensions: 5.9"L
Weight: 13 oz
Fast Focus Adjustable Ocular
Sunshade/Flashkill That Eliminates Glare
Integrated Mounting System With Recoil Key
Waterproof/Shockproof/Fogproof
Batteries: Uses (1) CR2032 Battery
Finish: Black Matte
 

Item#: SCP-983
Total number of Reviews: 1

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5.0 5
"Can't get better for a $150. Clear reticle in varying brightness in red, green and blue. A snap to mount on the AR. Would highly recommend to the budget conscious shooter."