Nikko Stirling Diamond FFP 34mm 6-24x50 SF Skeleton HMD IR Reticle Rifle Scope
Nikko Stirling Diamond FFP with 34mm tube for extra strength and more windage & elevation to allow for extra long range shooting
Designed and optimised for all caliber long range advanced shooting where accuracy and consistency is critical
With an FFP reticle the Image and reticle increase/ decrease always in same proportion. Allows fast and easy drop compensation and range finding
Premium grade lenses featuring the latest in optical coatings combined with a 34mm aircraft grade aluminium tube for maximum strength, light transmission and clarity.
- 34mm aircraft-grade aluminium, one-piece main tube
- Glass-etched Skeleton Half Mil Dot reticle
- Fully multi-coated lens
- Microlux ETE GEN III glass coatings
- Zero-stop turrets
- 1/10 MIL turret adjustments - 48 Mil range
- 3.5” of eye relief
- Adjust from 6x up to x24.
- Along with 34mm tube and big elevation range allows for long range hunting and target shooting.
- Parallax from 10 yards by side focus turret
50mm Objective lens
A good large size that gives you an excellent wide field of view and makes target acquisition and tracking easy.
Illuminated Skeleton Half Mil Dot Reticle - Etched glass with illumination
The half mil dot is a variation on the classic mil dot where small dashes are spaced in between the mil dots. Gives more aim points and holdover calculation points.
Glass-etched reticles are way superior to wire for several reasons, most notable is how much more crisp, fine and clean your view is when you look thorough the scope.
A glass etched reticle, also cannot be broken. Anyone who has shot enough has seen a wire reticle actually break within the reticle field. As the reticle design is etched into the reticle lens, it is static and cannot physically be broken.
Glass-etched reticles have the added benefit of zero internal light reflection which occurs to some extent in illuminated scopes with wire reticles.
This superior design requires an additional cost, but even if you don’t plan to use the illumination, the glass-etched reticle is a feature with value to the shooter.
Illumination comes into its own when shooting targets that are either naturally dark or made dark by light conditions such as shadow, dawn dusk, very bright light or night shooting with lamps or night vision kit.
Without Illumination a black reticle can be very hard to make out against the target. Illumination fixes this problem and gives immediate contrast. Adjust intensity according to the light conditions.
Side focus parallax adjustment
Parallax effect is the term that describes the difference in angles between objects that are seen up close and those seen far away. When you look at telephone poles passing by on the side of the road, those closest to your car seem to pass very fast, while the ones far away seem to go very slow. That difference is due to the parallax effect.
The reticle in your scope is like a telephone pole that's very close. If you move your head on the stock while watching the target through the scope the reticle may seem to move, wobble or blur against the target. That affects where you perceive the aim point to be, and that affects your accuracy. Parallax focus correction adjustment reduces this phenomenon to the greatest extent possible.
Parallax focus correction therefore is a must for anyone attempting to use either a high magnification scope, shooting drastically different yardages with the same scope or anyone attempting to shoot at extremely close ranges or extremely long ranges. Especially so if it is a combination of these factors.
This scope features Parallax focus correction by way of the side focus (SF) turret
- Parallax: 10 yards/9.1m to infinity
- Main tube Diameter: 34mm
- Reticle : Skeleton Half Mil Dot (Etched glass)
Illumination : Red
- FOV feet at 100 yards: 4.92 - 20.66
- FOV m at 100m: 1.5 - 6.3
- Click Value: 1/10 MIL with 24 Mil range
- Eye Relief: 90mm / 3.5"
- Length: 360mm / 14.2"
- Weight: 750g / 26.2oz
|Length||360mm / 14.2"|
|Click value||1/10 Mil|