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Vortex Crossfire II 2-7x32 Scout Riflescope V-Plex Reticle (MOA)

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SKU: CF2-31002

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159.80

Designed as a scouting scope, the Vortex Optics 2-7×32 Crossfire II Scout Riflescope features an extra-long, 24mm eye relief. The optics offer 2-7x zooming range and fully multi-coated optics that maximize transmission and image clarity and minimize glare. Located in the second focal plane is the V-Plex Reticle. Its simple pattern provides a clear and unobtrusive view of your targets that is useful in a wide variety of applications. The parallax-free performance is set at 100 yards (91m).

To ensure its dependability, Vortex outfitted the scope with a durable and lightweight housing that is also impact-resistant. Its 1″ maintube is machined from a single-piece of high quality aluminum and coated with a matte anodized finish. The scope is filled with nitrogen gas and sealed with O-rings for a complete fogproof and waterproof performance. The elevation turret also prevents dialing below zero. The fast-focus eyepiece and windage and elevation turrets are outfitted with knurled rings for a non-slip grip.

Characteristics:

  • Aluminum construction
  • Matte black anodized finish
  • Fully multi-coated optics improve image brightness, clarity, and reduce glare
  • Fast-focus eyepiece
  • Impact-resistant
  • Fogproof, nitrogen-filled
  • Waterproof, sealed with O-rings

Included:

  • Removable lens covers
  • Lens cloth

Technical data

Reticle Illumination No
Manufacturing China
Travel per Rotation 15 MOA
Max Elevation Adjustment 60 MOA
Adjustment Graduation 1/4 MOA
Parallax Setting 91 m
Reticle Focal Plane Second (SFP)
Weight 340 gr
Brand Vortex Optics
Objective Lens Diameter 32 mm
Length
Tube Size 1 inch
Field of View 6.1 - 1.7 m / 100 m
Turret Style Capped
Magnification 2-7 x
Eye Relief 24 cm
Max Windage Adjustment 60 MOA
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