Optisan HX 3-9x40 Duplex
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HX scopes include: (a) standard duplex reticle and (b) BCR reticle (ballistic compensated reticle) both are good for most centerfire calibers. Duplex for shooters looking for classic simple crosshair and BCR for precise holdover marks up to 500 yards. For rimfire / airrifle target shooters we have HX 4-12X40AO ready with parallax free at 35 yards. Reticle comes in enhanced mildot reticle.
Magnification (High) 9X
Magnification (Low) 3X
Objective Diameter (mm) 40mm
Outer dia. Objective (mm) 48mm
FOV (min.mag）(ft/100yds) 40
FOV (max.mag）(ft/100yds) 13.30
Eye relief (in) 3.5'' - 3.4''
Exit Pupil (Max mag.） (mm) 4.44mm
Exit Pupil (min. mag.） (mm) 13.3mm
Diopter Range (dpt) +2/-3
Parallax Adjustment Parallax free at 100yds
Coating Fully Multi-coated
Tube Construction: One-piece tube, aircraft aluminum
Elevation Adjustment (value per click): 1/4 MOA
Windage Adjustment (value per click): 1/4 MOA
Turret Style (Elevation): Low profile, tooless resettable zero
Turret Style (Windage): Low profile, tooless resettable zero
Travel Per Rotation: 12 MOA
Elevation adj. range: >= 40 MOA
Windage adj. range: >= 40 MOA
Eye Piece Diameter (in): 1.76''
Eye Piece Diameter (mm): 44.8mm
Eye Piece Length (in): 3.42''
Eye Piece Length (mm): 87mm
Mounting Length rear (mm): 56mm
Mounting Length front (mm): 52mm
Tube Dia. (mm): 25.4mm
Length (in): 11.65''
Length (mm): 296mm
Weight (g): 420g
Weight (oz): 14.81oz
Surface Finish: Matte Black
Functional temperature: -20 ~ 50 degree Celsius
Storage temperature: -20 ~ 50 degree Celsius
Submersion tightness: JIS 7
Reticle: BCR or Duplex
Calibrated Ranging Power: 9X
Focal plane: Second
Illumination: Non illuminated
The MH10 reticle is an all-round MRAD(MIL) based reticle designed for precision ranging at 10X with uncluttered windage correction reference marks.
The graphic shows the subtensions in mrad (mil) at 10x. The up-right corner is the blow-up graphic of the center of the reticle. The MH10 reticle can also be used to range in other magnifications with calculation as follows. When range at 5x for example, multiply by 2 on all subtensions at 10x. When range at 12x for example, divide by 1.2 on all subtensions at 10x.