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Riton Optics X7 Conquer 4-32x56mm IR FFP Riflescope 7C432LFI

SKU 7C432LFI-Riton

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Description

The X7 Conquer 4-32x56mm Riflescope is a perfect addition to a rifle set up intended for long range precision shooting. It features the PSR reticle which has a precise .04 MRAD center dot with 2/10th MRAD sub-tensions to compensate for bullet drop. This riflescope also comes equipped with a first focal plane reticle, so the reticle will shrink and grow with your target as you zoom in or out. In addition, X7 Conquer has exposed R7 Zero Stop Turrets, allowing the user to return to their original zeroing after making adjustments to windage and elevation.

Features of the X7 Conquer 4-32x56mm Riflescope:

  • Illuminated PSR reticle
  • R7 Zero Stop Turrets
  • First Focal Plane
  • Integrated removable throw lever

Specifications

  • Item ConditionNew
  • Scope Weight:37 ounces
  • Scope Length:15 inches
  • Magnification Range:4x - 32x
  • Scope Objective Diameter:56mm
  • Scope Tube Size / Mount:34mm
  • Turret Adjustment (Click Value):0.1 MRAD
  • Elevation Turret Details:R7 Zero Stop Turrets
  • Windage Turret Details:R7 Zero Stop Turrets
  • Parallax Adjustment:Side, 15-infinity yards
  • Reticle Position:First Focal Plane
  • Reticle Details:PSR Illuminated Reticle
  • Field of View:27 feet @ 100 yards (low power)
    3.4 feet @ 100 yards (high power)
  • Exit Pupil:Low 7mm - High 1.6mm
  • Eye Relief:3.5 inches
  • Illuminated Reticle:Yes
  • Package IncludesFlip Up Lens Covers
    Lens Cloth
    Allen Wrench
  • Scope Finish:Black
  • Product TypeRiflescopes
  • UPC019962528866
  • MPN7C432LFI

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
September 26, 2023

The first X7 Conquer 4-32x56 I received had a blemish on the left side of the reticle. At approximately 12X magnification, the reticle fills one's field of view. The left side of the reticle was "fuzzy" between 9 and 12 milliradians. The return process was professional, quick and painless. When I received the replacement scope from Euro Optics and I was able to "glass" objects out to 550 yards. At [28X to 30X] 550 yards away, I could read 3 inch building address letters clearly just by holding the scope and adjusting parallax with hands. On a hot day, the scope seemed to handle the mirage well enough to nearly read words on a handicap parking sign approximately 10 feet in front of building address letters (24X to 30X). I was more impressed with the clarity of objects at 500+ yards than "glassing" items 30 yards and in - only because the scope requires more fine-tuning with closer objects. Unlike the Riton Optics Mod-7 4-32x56 I also own, the X7 Conquer 4-32x56 does not include a sunshade and the Zero-Stop turret cap only allows for 19.5 Milliradians of elevation adjustment with the Zero-Stop set. When the Zero-Stop is not set - one gets even less elevation adjustments (approximately 11 Milliradians). With 40 MOA of cant, I couldn't even boresight the X7 Conquer without removing the turret cap then reinstalling. I don't readily see on Riton's website or in the scope's description that the turret caps are Rev-Limiting (19.5 Milliradians) on a 31 Milliradian scope. My Riton [Mod-7] 4-32x56 allowed me the remaining 28 Milliradians of elevation after my Zero-Stop was set. The Pros: 1) Made in Japan with ED glass 2) Very Good Clarity 3) Riton Warranty 3) Discounted Euro Optics Price 4) My extra MK Machine [Mod-7] 4-32x56 throw lever works with the now Discontinued (2022) X7 Conquer 4-32x56, allowing me to access the full magnification range without bolt clearance interference issues. 5) Riton Optics Customer Service willing to send me a "Blank Turret Cap" (no Zero-Stop mechanisms) free of charge to allow me to access the full range of elevation turret clicks (31 Milliradians). The cons I have are as follows: 1) Rev-Limiting elevation turret cap (19.5 Milliradians) 2) "Blank Turret Caps" not included with X7 Conquer scopes. (Elevation and Windage) 3) 56mm Sunshade has to be purchased separately, unlike the [Mod-7] 4-32x56.

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November 23, 2023

A solid scope made by Japan Optics Limited for Riton

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