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Meopta Meostar R1 4-12x40 Rifle Scope

Code: 89840
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Brand: Meopta
€683,96 €565,26 excl. VAT
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Rifle scope Meopta meopta meostar R1 with the variable magnification 4-12x40. The hard duralumin tube 30 mm , excellent optical performance, waterproof.

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Rifle scope Meopta Meostar R1 with variable magnification 4-12x40.

Fixed duralumin tube 30 mm, impact-resistant, excellent optical performance, waterproof.

MEOSTAR R1
Meopta launches a new generation of riflescopes that aims to satisfy even the most demanding users. The material used for the production of tubes of these riflescopes is one of the finest aluminum alloys that makes it possible to provide the surface of the tube with black anodization (so-called anodised). This surface is molecularly bonded to aluminum material, making the surface of the tube extremely chemically resistant. In addition, the surface is treated with special technology to make it comfortable to touch. Enhanced MB-5501 anti-reflective coatings on the optics lead to peak light transmittance values ​​between 94% - 95%.

• Variable magnification
• lightweight one-piece tubing of the finest Al alloys used in the aviation industry
• Unique design of the internal mechanism providing the highest mechanical resistance
• Excellent resolution and high light transmission of 94% -95%
• Multiple anti-reflective layers MB-5501
• waterproof, resistant to internal fogging
• Horizontal and vertical rectification mechanism with step 1/4 in / 100 yd
• RD models with illuminated point of sight
• Quadratic rectification course

Technical parameters:

Magnification: 4-12x

Lens Diameter (mm): 40

Output pupil diameter (mm): 10.0-3.3

Output pupil distance (mm): 91-80

Field of View (°): 1.93-5.80

Field of View (m / 100 m): 3.4-10.1

Dioptric correction (D): +/- 3

Recirculation range (cm / 100 m): 0.7

Parallax settings: no

Weight (g): 518

Tube diameter (mm): 30

A deliberate cross placed in the back focal plane (before the eyepiece) - when the image magnification changes, the apparent size of the intended cross remains constant.



 


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