Schmidt and Bender Field Target Air Rifle 12.5-50x56 Rifle Scope
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Parallax adjustable, field target rifle scope.
Reticles Available (click to enlarge):
Schmidt & Bender Field Target Air Rifle
The Schmidt & Bender 12.5-50x56 Rifle Scope is designed specifically for the precision requirements of Field Target Airgun shooters. The new scope features parallax adjustment from 7 to 70m, tailored for the demands of Field Target competition.
The Schmidt & Bender 12.5-50x56 offers some of the highest light transmission values every achieved in a riflescope (90 per cent minimum), which is the same as Schmidt & Bender products designed for centrefire rifles. Optical elevation and windage adjustments are in quarter MOA intervals, with an elevation range for 0 to 32 MOA and windage plus or minus 16 MOA.
Reticles can be ordered in the first or second focal plane and a specially designed illuminated mil-dot-style reticle is available to aid in poor-light conditions. Illumination is controlled by a third turret and offers 11 illumination levels. An optical 130mm side-wheel allows precise parallax adjustment, which gives the shooter extremely accurate rangefinding capability. This, combined with the 50x magnification potential and superb resolution and clarity of Schmidt & Bender optics, results in the most sophisticated scope created for the demands of Field Target shooting.
The scope is finished in a light grey, hard anodised titanium-color finish, designed to resist heating from sunlight. The main tube diameter is 30mm.
The Schmidt & Bender 12.5-50x56 Field Target was created to provide the highest possible precision to enthusiasts of Field Target shooting. This popular sport simulates an actual hunting environment, while requiring extremely accurate range and windage calculations due to the arcing trajectory of airgun pellets.
|Objective lens diameter||56 mm|
|No. reticles available||3|
|Finish||Hard-anodised, light grey|
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