Rifle scope Magnus 1.8-12x50 not-illuminated with ballistic tower - LEICA

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Leica Magnus 1.8–12x50 non illuminated
Ultimate allrounder, compact dimensions, outstanding field of view
The new Magnus 1.8–12x50 not illuminated is an ideal addition to our high-quality Magnus line. 

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2 043,00 €

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2 270,00 €

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Leica Magnus 1.8–12x50 non illuminated
Ultimate allrounder, compact dimensions, outstanding field of view
The new Magnus 1.8–12x50 not illuminated is an ideal addition to our high-quality Magnus line. Thanks to its compact dimensions and a large, 50 mm objective lens, it is an extremely versatile riflescope for hunting from blinds and when stalking. Its outstanding zoom factor and a minimum magnification of 1.8x also make it the ideal choice for driven hunts.

It combines benefits such as short overall length, suitability for a broad spectrum of hunting situations and easy mounting with the advantages of a first class optical system. For instance, the combination of minimal vignetting and the large, effective diameter of its objective lens, provides exceptional light-gathering ability and improves resolution of details from dawn to dusk.

Package includes riflescope caps for front lens/eyepiece, cleaning tissue
Front lens diameter 50 mm
Magnification 1.8 – 12 x
Zoom 6.7 x
Field of view at max. magnification (m/100 m) 4.0 yds / 3.7 m
Field of view at min. magnification (m/100 m) 24.6 yds / 22.5 m
Eye relief > 3.5 in / 90 mm
Exit pupil 4.2 - 12.4 mm
Parallax adjustable, 50 m to infinity
Diopter compensation –4/+3 dpt
Coating AquaDura® lens coating
Transmission approx. 91 %
Mounting option 30 mm tube / Zeiss internal track
Impact point correction 1 click = 1 cm/100 m (~~1⁄3 MOA), 150 x140 cm
Front lens filter thread M 52 x 0,75 mm
Length 360 mm
Weight 24.7 oz / 700 g [with track: 25.6 oz / 725 g]
Waterproof waterproof to 13.1 ft / 4 m; nitrogen-filled

Turret ballistic BDC – Ballistic Drop Compensator
Its dial is equipped with a locking mechanism to prevent the accidental movement, and references corresponding to different shooting distances. Using the software available on the site www.leica-camera.com you get the indication of the references which associate the shooting distances chosen, depending on the distance of zero, the ball used and the other external parameters the main, at the highest magnification or at the magnification you want.