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Sightmark 8.5-25x50 Tactical Rifle Scope
Keep game directly in your sights with this advanced tactical rifle scope by Sightmark. The scope is made with advanced lens coatings and features adjustment knobs, locking mechanisms, and an illuminated mil-dot reticle to improve your accuracy.
- Sightmark 8.5-25x50 Triple Duty riflescope uses cutting edge glass and lens coatings
- Hunting gear is perfect for competitive shooters and more
- Precision multicoated optics are the distinguishing feature of this scope
- Multicoated lenses offer the clearest view for easy target acquisition in both bright and low light situations
- Nitrogen-filled Sightmark tactical line features oversized windage, elevation and focusing adjustment knobs for easy adjustment in the field
- Locking mechanisms on the windage and elevation adjustments provide an additional level of accuracy and ensure that the scope stays zeroed
- Internal lit mil-dot reticle helps shooters to successfully make highly accurate shots over a wide range of distances
- Precision accuracy
- Adjustment lock
- Mil-dot reticle
- Wide field of view
- Precision multicoated optics
- Internal lit reticle
- 0.125-inch MOA
- Easy focusing knob
- Front diopter adjustment
- Set of 30 mm rings
|Magnification||20 - 30X|
|Objective Lens||50 - 59mm|
|Dimensions||13 in. L x 3 in. W x 3 in. H|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
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I bought this scope because it had excellent reviews. I regret this decision. The field of view is terrible. The illuminated reticles are great, but the actual view through the scope is horrible. What a waste of $***. Note: The shipping time and communication were great and the scope looks durable. If it functioned, I would have been very happy.Read More
This is my second Sightmark scope. I have the 1-6x24 and love it. The 8-25x50 is a rock solid scope and very clear up to 24-25 x. I have it mounted on a Rem 700 in 7mm Rem Mag (which I adore) and it has held zero with no issues. This is the best scope for the money hands down. Overstock had this scope $60 off everyone else and I couldn't be happier!! --OhioShootist--Read More
You gets what you pay for, and I knew that going in. Used very little at this point so the only complaint is the click adjustments are not crisp therefore hard to adjust using MOARead More
Very surprised with the quality, I have seen these scopes at gun shows but as a die hard Luepold scope fan I wondered how it would compare. I am very happy with it so far, it is very clear and I like the fine mil-dot crosshairs. And as a bench shooter I like that it has 1/8 inch moa adjustments.Read More
Very good scope, optically and mechanically. Easy to adjust, holds zero, looks purposeful and functions as expected. Overall a very good product.Read More
I put this on a Remington .308 rifle used for target shooting and am very happy with it. The optics are as clear and bright as my Nikon scopes. The turrets have very good click stops when adjusting. I haven't used it much yet, but so far it holds zero just fine. It is a great value for the price. I don't think you can match this quality at this price from any other brand. I have a Barska but it is not as clear or bright as this scope. This scope also has very fine mildots and crosshairs. The illuminated reticle looks fine too.Read More
For a beginner like me will take a little extra time learning t adjust but looks great and service was excellent.Read More
Questions & Answers
Thank you for your interest. This is a second focal plane scope, as most high-magnification scopes are. The Firefield scope---Overstock item # 14237741--- is a 1st Focal Plane scope. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
Is this a new or used scope? Is it returnable?
This is brand new. Yes, you can return this item within 30 days of the delivery date if the item does not work out for you.
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