Nightforce Army-Spec NXS F1 Rifle Scope 30mm Tube 3.5-15x 50mm Hi-Speed Zero Stop Side Focus 1/10 Mil Adjustment First Focal Illuminated Mil-Dot Reticle Matte
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Note: This scope is a limited release of a US Army contract overrun. It is marked ARMY-SPEC F1 on the bottom of the saddle.
Tube Diameter: 30mm
Adjustment Click Value: 1/10 MIL
Adjustment Type: Click
Exposed Turrets: Yes
Finger Adjustable Turrets: Yes
Turrets Resettable to Zero: Yes
Zero Stop: Yes
Turret Height: Medium
Fast Focus Eyepiece: No
Lens Coating: Multi-coated , Mil-Spec abrasion resistant
Warranty: Lifetime factory warranty
Rings Included: Yes, Ultralite Picatinny-Style Medium
Sunshade Included: Yes
Sunshade Length: 3"
Lens Covers Included: Yes, bikini style
Power Variability: Variable
Min power: 3.5
Max power: 15
Reticle Construction: Glass-etched
Illuminated Reticle: Yes
Holdover reticle: No
Reticle Focal Plane Location: 1st
Parallax Adjustment: Side Focus
Airgun Rated: No
Objective Bell Diameter: 59
Ocular Bell Diameter: 43
Eye Relief: 3.9"
Max Internal Adjustment:
- Elevation: 32 MIL
- Windage: 23.5 MIL
Exit Pupil Diameter: 14.3-3.6mm
Weight: 30 oz
Field of View at 100 Yards:
Dimensions, in inches unless otherwise stated:
- Waterproof, fogproof, shockproof
- Nightforce does not recommend the usage of turn in style rotary/dovetail type ring and base designs, especially those equipped with windage adjustment. Nightforce recommends only Picatinny-style mounting systems.
- Illuminated reticles use one Panasonic CR2032 or equivalent battery.
- Illuminated reticles have a pull on, push off switch (at the end of the parallax turret assembly). Illumination intensity is controlled from a rheostat inside the battery compartment. The rheostat is turned with a small jeweler's screwdriver.