LYNX LX3 4-24×50 ELR MRAD
Modern HD glass and the latest lens coatings give a crisp and bright image. See bullet holes on targets or hits on gongs at incredible distances, atmospheric conditions permitting
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44 mil (151 MOA). Facilitates shooting from 100 metres to 1850 metres using standard .308 ammunition and a correctly tapered mount, and much further with better performing long-range calibers. Here are some examples:
A 6.5 Creedmoor sending a 139gr jacketed hollow point at 2700 fps will reach out to 2150 metres
A .300 Norma Magnum .245gr jacketed bullet going at 2960 fps at the muzzle will get to 2865 metres.
A .375 CheyTac 400gr solid leaving the barrel at 2975 fps will hit the gong at 3020 metres.
Oversized adjustment controls have a distinct audible and tactile ‘click’. Each click is 0.1 mil and one full turn of the elevation control moves your point of aim ten mils. Four and a half turns of the elevation control moves through the entire 44 mils adjustment range.
The easy to engage zero stop returns the control to the same position, every time.
Setting the turret zero on the windage and elevation controls is quick and easy and requires no tools. You can now make last minute corrections at the shooting position, even whilst prone. No hunkering over the scope. No ghost clicks.
The mil reticle, shown here at 25x and 4x, has adaptive thickness lines that progressively get thinner as the magnification is increased, giving an appealing and functional sight picture from 4x up to 25x.
Visual magnification cues are spaced along the cross wires at 5x, 10x, 15x and 20x magnification. The slim Christmas tree pattern drops steeply at 32º from centre all the way to the bottom of the reticle, providing accurate aiming off points for spotting your own bullet impact or for quick follow-up shots without obstructing your view or distracting from the target.
0.035 mil centre dot facilitates sub-calibre shot placement when shooting at closer distances, even with.22s, as well as being small enough to show the careful and steady shooter minute shifts of aim which may be present due to factors such as breathing, heartbeat or an unsteady cheek-weld.
Precision aiming off points are given at 0.1 mil and 0.2 mil from centre, allowing for precise last-minute aiming off corrections prior to breaking the shot. Farther from centre the aiming off points are spaced 0.2 mil apart to present a clean sight picture without too many distracting or confusing focus points.