This item is second hand and is located at our Christchurch Cranford store. The pictures are of the actual item being sold, but if you have any questions about the condition it is best to come view it or contact our friendly sales staff.
Schmidt & Bender PMII 5-25x56 is in good condition. All turrets work fine and there are no scratches on the lens. Does not come with original packaging.
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.
• Weight: 1.1 kgs / 39 oz
• Length: 417 mm / 16.42"
• Magnification Range: 5-25x
• Objective Diameter: 56 mm
• Tube Size: 34 mm
• Turret Adjustment (Click Value):.1m Rad CCW adjustment | 26 mRad elevation travel | +-6 mRad windage
• Windage Turret :ST ZS CT ±60 cm/100 m
• Parallax Adjustment: Side Focus Parallax 10m->∞
• Reticle Position: First Focal Plane
• Reticle: P4LF
• Field of View: 5.3 - 1.5m @ 100m
• Exit Pupil: 10.95 - 2.28 mm
• Eye Relief: 90mm/3.54"
• Twilight Factor: 13 - 38.9
• Light Transmission: 90%
• Illuminated Reticle: Yes
• Scope Finish: Matte Black
• Scope Turret Rotation: Counter Clockwise (CCW)
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