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Firefield Riflescope 2.5-10x40 Illuminated Mil Dot Reticle 1/4 MOA 5mW Red Laser BDC Turret FF13011

 
Firefield
FF13011
810119013057
80928
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$99.97
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Waterproof and fog proof, the nitrogen filled Firefield Riflescope with Red Laser features windage and elevation adjustment caps for a sleek, streamlined look to the scope. The Firefield Riflescope with Red Laser features a lightweight and shockproof frame, for maximum portability and durability, so every adrenaline filled moment is intensified. Firefield Victory Justifies Everything.

Featuring a built in 5mW red laser, the Firefield Riflescope, is used for quick target acquisition in rapid changing environments, so it hits the target every time with precision accuracy. The lowest magnification setting at 2.5x can be used for scanning, while offering a much broader field of view; while the highest settings in the magnification range are more than adequate for mid to long range shots. A respectable zoom from 2.5-10x allows the shooter to make an accurate shot at a long distance and keep a tight grouping.

Specifications and Features:
2.5-10x Power, 40 mm
Green/Red illuminated mil dot reticle
100-yd. to 500-yd. .223 bullet drop compensation
Built In Adjustable 5mw red laser
Battery Type: CR2032 and 2 AG13
Field of View at 100 Yards: 34.86'-11.53'
Dimensions: 8.46"x 3.46"x 3.15"
Weight: 18.6 Ounces
100-500 yard .223 bullet drop compensation turret, which adjusts the elevation of the reticle ensuring that the shooter can achieve zero by moving the compensation turret to the correct yardage.

 

Item#: 80928
Total number of Reviews: 1

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3.0 5
"Shipping was quick but as soon as I put it on my ar-15 I ran about 10 rounds through and for some reason the laser no longer works. The scope itself held pretty tight. The only complaint about the optics is that if zoomed to Max magnification it gets a little fuzzy. Could just be my eyes though. Overall this should be cheaper for what you get."