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Schmidt Bender 5-25x56 PM II FFP Tremor3 DT / ST 0.1 mrad ccw Black Riflescope 677-911-552-90-68 Showroom Demo

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Schmidt & Bender is synonymous with quality and precision. This reputation has made Schmidt & Bender one of the leading suppliers of precision scopes in the world. As early as the company's start in 1957, Schmidt & Bender has engaged in the development and production of riflescopes that always meet the ever increasing requirements of civilians and law enforcement alike. The 5-25x56 PM II line is no different.

The 5-25x56 PM II riflescope from Schmidt & Bender is known for its versatility with a large magnification range. If long distance is what you're after, then you'll enjoy the ability to see over 6500 feet with the 5-25x56 PM II. There's nothing quite like the 5-25x56 PM II from Schmidt & Bender.

The Schmidt & Bender 5-25x56 PM II is one of the most universal scopes that will meet the most demanding needs of shooters. While the scope comes with plenty of features, these accessories can be a valuable addition to your scope. For what ever your scope may need, EuroOptic has you covered.


  • Item ConditionLike New Demo
  • Scope Weight:39.82oz
  • Scope Length:417mm/16.42"
  • Magnification Range:5-25x
  • Scope Objective Diameter:56mm
  • Scope Tube Size / Mount:34mm
  • Turret Adjustment (Click Value):1 cm
  • Elevation Turret Details:DT (Double Turn)
    0-26 mrad
  • Windage Turret Details:ST ZS CT (Single Turn; Zero Stop; Capped Turret)
    ±60 cm
  • Parallax Adjustment:Side Focus Parallax 10m->∞
  • Reticle Position:First Focal Plane
  • Reticle Details:TReMoR3 Reticle
  • Field of View:5.3 - 1.5m @ 100m
  • Exit Pupil:10.95 - 2.28 mm
  • Eye Relief:90mm/3.54"
  • Twilight Factor:8.8 - 38.9
  • Light Transmission90%
  • Illuminated Reticle:Yes
  • Scope Finish:Matte Black
  • Scope Turret Rotation:Counter Clockwise (CCW)
  • Product TypeRiflescopes
  • UPC191992003756
  • MPN677-911-552-90-68

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
June 18, 2020

I’ve been on the fence to spend this type of money on an optic for some time. I took the plunge recently and am glad I did. First, it’s not as heavy as some other optics on the market but it isn’t light by any means either. I don’t expect a super light optic but I was pleasantly surprised to notice a difference compared to the USO that it replaced. Next, the turrets tracked spot on or at least as best as I can measure. The clicks were exceptionally crisp and tactile. If anything the clicks might be slightly too close together (if that makes sense). I found myself over dialing by accident but I got used to it after a day of shooting so I chalk that up to user error. I think the elevation knob may have needed to be broken in slightly. The reticle is a bit on the busy side (tremor3) but I wanted one that I could easily use the reticle to dial instead of always dialing the turrets. I’m still getting used to it but it hasn’t caused me to miss shots based off the reticle covering the target or anything. That being said I’ve only used this out to 800 yards on an M40A1 so your mileage may vary if your shooting at 1000+ yards. Last, the glass is excellent however as other have noted there is a bit of tunneling effect at low magnification. I’d say 5-6.5x has a bit of tunneling. It isn’t that big of a deal to me but it is present. That being said from 6.5x-25x the glass is very clear even when dialing all the way up or down. At 25 power the glass is very clear and you can see vibrant colors and a good amont of depth down range. There are a lot of optically great scopes on the market like the Razor, Vudu and ATACR lines. The SB 5-25 PMII is right there with those and imo it’s slightly better due to the clarity at the high end. If I could give this optic a number grade I’d say it’s 9.5 out of 10. Only knocks would be the length which is a bit long and the tunneling on the low end. Now the most important question... would I buy it again over a NF or Razor? Yes. I’m really impressed with this optic for the price and imo this really is the standard of the world. It is an older design but still very relevant... NF and Vortex have closed the gap quite a bit but the PMII is clearly superior to my eye at least. That being said; IMO the Razor Gen II is the point of diminishing returns. You have to pay substantially more to get a better optic like in this case. The truth is you’re paying for custom ground glass in the case of SB and extremely detailed QC in the case of Nightforce and SB so that’s why those optics are more. Nothing sucks more than to be out on a hunt or at the range enjoying yourself when your optic fails. I’ve had two Vortex optics fail on me in the past so I’m always a bit wary of them. The optics that failed were a PST Gen 2 and a UH-1. The illumination failed on both. I haven’t had this optic long enough to say if it is a solid optic over thousands of rounds but SB’s reputation has been built with reliability through decades of war. That being said I prob won’t buy a second SB because these things are very pricey... I’ll just move this one to another gun if I need too. In addition, I can think of optics that cost half what this costs that can get you 80-90% of what the SB PMII offers like the very excellent EOTech Vudu 5-25x. That optic has the same magnification range and is lighter and takes up lest real estate on your rifle. The glass is made in the low factory in Japan next to Nightforce and the vortex Razors and it tracks very well. They also cost in the $1800 range new... their only short coming is glass clarity at the very top end of the magnification... it’s noticeably weaker than the SB. Last, this is another buy once cry once scenarios. If you have your heart set on one And have the $ to spend just take the plunge. The second hand market on these is really good so if you get it and hate it you can always sell it relatively easy and recover most of your initial investment.

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