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Schmidt Bender PMII 12-50x56 P P3 Mildot 1/4 MOA MT CW FFP

SKU: SRP125056-BP3XMMR1

Clockwise 1/4 cm rotation

Schmidt Bender PMII 12-50x56 P P3 Mildot 1/4 MOA MT CW FFP

SKU SRP125056-BP3XMMR1

Clockwise 1/4 cm rotation

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Description

Schmidt & Bender has added the 12-50x56 PM II to their popular line of Police Marksman tactical scopes, the highest magnification riflescope Schmidt & Bender has created to date. The Schmidt & Bender 12-50X56 PM II is built on a 34 mm tube. It provides parallax adjustment from 50 m to infinity, and target-style adjustment turrets. Eye relief is 70 mm, and the scope measures 16.4 inches (417 mm) in length. Several reticles are offered with the Schmidt & Bender 12-50X56 PM II in either the first or second focal plane (depending upon the model). In addition to the P3 and P4 Fine, which offer sophisticated rangefinding capabilities, new Sport and Sport Fine reticles have also been introduced which will appeal to the precision target shooter.


Schmidt Bender PM II ManualSchmidt Bender
PM II Manual



Specifications

  • Item ConditionNew
  • Scope Weight:39.64 oz
  • Scope Length:16.4"
  • Magnification Range:12-50
  • Scope Objective Diameter:56 mm
  • Scope Tube Size / Mount:34 mm
  • Scope Turret Adjustment:1/4 cm
  • Reticle Position:first focal plane
  • Field of View:21.7 - 6.7'
  • Eye Relief:2.76 in
  • Illuminated Reticle:no
  • Scope Finish:matte black

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