Optics 4-16×50 EG Tactical Scope
With this Optics 4-16×50 EG Rifle Scope you will get optical precision, rugged reliability and uncompromising performance.
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OPTICS 4-16×50 EG TACTICAL SCOPE
With this Optics 4-16×50 EG Rifle Scope you will get optical precision, rugged reliability and uncompromising performance. This Optics riflescope features a fully multi-coated optics that allows for incredible brightness and the target turrets for pinpoint-precise adjustments. This TX Optics 3-9×40 rifle scope delivers deadly accuracy on target up to 600 yards.
This Optics scope also features exposed tactical turrets built for dialling elevation and windage allow quick and precise bullet drop and wind drift compensation at extended ranges. This outstanding scope also has an easy to operate the zoom and focus adjustments. This TX Optics rifle scope has tactical rails mounted on 3 sides giving it a tactical appearance.
- Fully Multi-Coated Optics
- Side Parallax Focus
- Exposed pull and twist turrets
- Waterproof and Fogproof
- Integral rail mounts
- Integral mounting rails
- Optics 4-16×50 EG rifle scope
- Set of covers
- CR2032 battery
- Cleaning cloth
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