Vector Optics SAGITTARIUS 10-40x56 (FFP) Rifle Scope


Vector Optics Sagittarius

FFP Brief Introduction: Most scopes have the reticle fitted in the second focal plane (near the eyepiece). While, presently it has always been the practice to fit the reticle in the first focal plane (the reticle increases its size when change the magnification from low to high). Each system has its advantages.

The advantage with telemetric reticles (like rangefinder & Mil-dot etc) is that the target image and distance between dots remains constant even when changing magnification. It is the system that is widely used by the TOP military suppliers now.

  • Magnification: 10-40x 
  • Objective Lens Dia: 56mm 
  • Ocular Lens Dia: 34mm 
  • Ocular Length: 56mm 
  • Exit Pupil: 1.4-5.6 mm 
  • Length: 455mm (17.9 inch, without sunshade) 
  • Weight (net): 1.035KG (36.5 ounce) 
  • Eye Relief: 81-102 mm (3.2-4.0 Inch) , long eye relief 
  • Field of View (ft@100yds): 2.5-10 
  • Field of View (M@ 100M): 0.8-3.1 
  • Field of View (@100yds):0.48-1.90 
  • Num of Lens: 11 
  • Optics Coating: Fully-Multi Coated to eliminate glare and maximize light transmission 
  • Parallax: 0.125 
  • Side Focus Range: 12 Yard to unlimited 
  • Reticle: Front Focal Plan Etched Mil-Dot Glass Reticle 
  • Evaluation Range: 15 MOA 
  • Windage Range: 15 MOA 
  • 5 levels green and red brightness illumination system 
  • 30mm Hammer-forged Monotube 
  • Shock proof (1000g), water proof (at 300mm and 54 degree) and fog proof (Nitrogen Purged) 
  • High-durability aluminum alloy in black matt and beautiful complement 
  • Feature 1/8 M.O.A direct high finger windage and elevation turrets adjustments with audible clicks for greater precision 
  • Fast focus eyepiece at olucar lens adjustment 
  • Free Fittings involved: 30mm Weaver Mount (default) or dovetail mount, K9 Glass Flip-up Caps, 3 inch Sunshade and Fine Package

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  • Model: SCFF-04
  • 1 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Vector Optics

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 03 September, 2011.