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Redfield Revolution 4-12x40mm Accu-Range Rifle Scope - 67115
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Redfield Revolution 4-12x40mm Accu-Range Rifle Scope - 67115

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SKU 792394
Brand Redfield
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Product Details

Details

  • Series/Collection: Revolution
  • Objective Size: 40mm
  • Eye Relief: 4.9" Low, 3.7" High
  • Magnification: 4-12x
  • Reticle Pattern: Accu-Range
  • Adjustment Range: 50 MOA Windage and Elevation
  • Length: 12.3"
  • Weather Resistance: Waterproof, Fogproof, Shockproof
  • Finish: Matte
  • Color: Black
  • Weight: 13.1 lb
  • Exit Pupil: 8.9mm at 4x, 3.5mm at 12x
  • Tube Diameter: 1"
  • Field of View: 19.9' Low, 9.4' High - 100 yd
  • Adjustment Click Value: 1/4 MOA at 100 yd

Features

Redfield Illuminator Lens System with vapor deposition and dielectric coatings deliver exceptional light transmission in the low light at dawn and dusk when game is most active. The Accu-Range reticle comes with precise aiming points that work with most popular hunting loads.The Rapid Target Acquisition eyepiece rapidly targets your mark. The Revolution scope is waterproof and fog proof and features precision, stainless steel finger click adjustments for quick and accurate zeroing in on your target even at long range.

For those wide-open spaces, cutovers, clear-cuts, and bean fields where long-range shots make a difference. Dial it all the way up to 12x magnification, and you have a scope for everything from pronghorn and whitetail to coyotes and woodchucks.

Features:

  • An innovative Bullet Drop Compensation System pioneered by Redfield
  • Our illuminator lens system gives you the clearest image for the cleanest shot
  • Our rapid target acquisition (RTA) eyepiece and generous eye relief eliminate searching for the visual sweet spot when time is critical
  • 100% waterproof, fog proof, and shockproof - nitrogen-filled and permanently sealed maintubes are guaranteed to be waterproof and fog proof for the life of your scope
  • 1.6 inches objective clear aperture

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