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Sightron SIII 30mm Riflescope 6-24x50mm Long Range, Mil-Dot/Centimeter Reticle

MSRP: $1179.00


A powerful long distance riflescope with a classic Mil dot style reticle.

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All Sightron SIII LR Series Riflescopes feature ZACT-7 seven layer multi-coating with precision ground glass. These lenses provide superior light transmission and resolution for the ultimate in performance.

This scope features the ultimate in all weather construction. They are waterproof, nitrogen filled and provide a lifetime of internal fog protection for inclement weather.

Exposed Large Tactical Style Turrets that are Offered in 0.1 MRAD adjustments. Torx 20 set screw positioned on top of turret allows for quick and easy adjustment when resetting back to zero.


– Fast Focus Eyebell
– Side Focus System
– One Piece Main-Tube
– ExacTrack


– Magnification: 6-24X
– Object Diameter: 50mm
– Field of View (Feet at 100 Yards): 16.1′ – 3.9′
– Eye Relief: 3.6″ – 3.8″
– Reticle Type: Mil-Dot
– Click Value (100 Yards): .1 MRAD
– Minutes Per Revolution: 5 MRAD
– Windage/Elevation Travel (100 Yards): 29.1 MRAD
– Knob Style: Tactical (Resettable)
– Parallax: Side Focus 40 yards to Infinity
– Finish: Matte Black
– Waterproof: Yes
– Fully Multi Coated: Yes (Zact-7 TM 7-Layer)
– Weight: 24.3 oz.
– Length: 14.96″
– Tube Diameter: 30 mm
– Sunshade Included: Yes
– Illuminated Reticle: No

Additional information

Weight2.6 lbs
Dimensions18.25 × 4.875 × 4 in

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Manufacturer's SKU: 25126

SKU: 61495

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WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. Also, drinking water and breathing heavily has been known to cause cancer by the state of California.

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