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March Compact Tactical 2.5-25x52mm FD-1 Reticle 0.1MIL Illuminated Riflescope D25V52TIML-FD-1-800071

SKU D25V52TIML-FD-1-800071-March

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Able to encompass the performance of two scopes into one, the March Compact Tactical 2.5-25x52 Riflescope provides an incredible magnification range and a massive 52mm objective lens. The scope features oversized elevation and windage turrets that provide tactile and audible feedback when making adjustments. The scope is outfitted with a tactical illuminated Mil reticle that works well for a variety of shooting scenarios.

Features of the March Compact Tactical 2.5-25x52 Riflescope

  • Exposed Turrets with Zero-Lock
  • Compact & Lightweight Design
  • Wide Magnification Range


  • Item ConditionNew
  • Scope Weight:24.51oz
  • Scope Length:13.31"
  • Magnification Range:2.5x - 25x
  • Scope Objective Diameter:52mm
  • Scope Tube Size / Mount:30mm
  • Turret Adjustment (Click Value):0.1MIL
  • Elevation Turret Details:34MIL
  • Windage Turret Details:17MIL
  • Parallax Adjustment:Side focus 10yds - infinity
  • Reticle Position:Second Focal Plane
  • Reticle Details:FD-1 Reticle
  • Field of View:42 - 4.2ft at 100yds
  • Exit Pupil:2.08mm
  • Eye Relief:Low: 3.35-3.94in
    High: 3.5-3.78in
  • Illuminated Reticle:Yes
  • Scope Finish:Black
  • Scope Turret Rotation:Counter Clockwise (CCW)
  • Product TypeRiflescopes
  • UPC4570058000711
  • MPND25V52TIML-FD-1-800071

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
March 22, 2022

For my recent upgrade from a leupold Vari xIII 3-10x42 cds my choices were Tract Toric 2-10x42 T-plex, Nightforce SHV 3-10x42 forceplex and the March 2.5-25x52 Mil FD-1 . After doing a side by side comparison at dusk the March won out . The glass was better (and although not an apple to apple comparison with the 52mm objective lense), the March gathered much more light and was the last to wash out. To be fair, all these scopes will bring you way past legal shooting time without the need for illuminated reticle (which the Tract was not, only the March and nightforce had illuminated reticle). One thing I would want to improve on this March scope is for the lighted dot to have a few lower intensity levels. The NF had a few more settings and could be turned way down for better use at dusk. I wish I could give a review after twisting turrets, but all three have a reputation for tracking , holding zero, return to zero. I liked the March zero lock feature. Super easy. The exposed turret takes effort to twist. Little chance the turret will get moved under normal hunting. Perhaps if it was in a scabbard, but no big deal , just turn to your zero stop. The March just feels built like a tank. The magnification power lever is a nice accessory . And works well, but I would like to see a metal power lever like NF has on their NXS , ATACR scopes. A lot to love about this scope. Alpha glass, robust build, great features. I’m going to enjoy using this scope ! And a shout out to europtic for allowing you to handle and compare a scope like this, with the ability to return (if you don’t mount in scope rings). It gave me the ability to see which scope I was going to be happy with.

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March 21, 2022

A lot of scope. I was upgrading and my choices were Tract Toric, 3-10 Nightforce SHV, and this March. The March is on my rifle.

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