Welcome to the NEW Cheaper Than Dirt online store! Same great prices and availability, now optimized for your mobile phone!
Previous | Next

NcSTAR Rubber Armored Mark III Tactical 3-9x42 Scope P4 Sniper Reticle with Red Laser Black

Ships from Warehouse 9
Typically ships within 1 to 2 business days.
Add To Wishlist Tell A Friend
Can we ship this to you?
NcSTAR Rubber Armored Mark III Tactical 3-9x42 Scope P4 Sniper Reticle with Red Laser Black

This Scope features a Weaver-style quick-release mounting system, a built in sunshade with flip up lens caps, rubber armored coating, integrated 5mW red laser, and a blue illuminated P4 sniper reticle with 1/2 MOA adjustments.

Specifications and Features:
Manufacturer: NcSTAR
Item: Mark III Tactical Scope
Magnification: 3-9x42
Reticle: P4 Sniper
Comes with built in laser
Built-in Tactical Sunshade and 30mm Tube Maximize Light Gathering and Delivery
Precision Ground Optics
Objective and Ocular lenses are multi-coated for extra degree of Clarity without Glare
Accurately Zero in and hold settings with new 1/4 click Open Turret Knobs
Ultra bright Blue Illuminated Reticles with 7 Levels of intensity to help locate targets in low lighting conditions
One Piece Tube
Rugged Construction
Includes Reinforced Weaver Rings with 1" Inserts
Fog Proof
Shock Proof

Item#: 6-0925133,3-0925133,9-59899
Total number of Reviews: 2

Submit a review

4.0 5
"Good scope for the $ if you want a better one Leopold Riflman is the wsy to go but for in tight quarters and good fof 500yd its a good tactical scope its rated 740yds I believe, it would reach out that far of course I am shooting a souped up Sig Sauger AR-15 Still has original barrel not that I don't have extra but point being the scope is worth the $$$ remember shop at cheaper than dirt."
5.0 5
"The Mark III looks really great on my DPMS Oracle 308. I was able to knock down two hogs at 100 yard with precise head shots at 100 yds. The laser will give an added function of home protection at close range. Very happy with the purchase from CTD."
– Steve in Austin