The Athlon Midas Tac 6-24X50 FFP MIL Scope is a revolutionary scope that will transform every journey ahead. The HD glass will improve light transmission to supply a sharper image while the etched glass reticle provides excellent backing support for a complex reticle design and extreme durability. Whether you’re hunting in a treestand or in the middle of the field, this scope can handle any harsh element thrown its way with a waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof design. To zone in on your target, the precision zero stop system allows you to lock down the zero position and dial back to create a sharp and precise target.
HD Glass: Improves light transmission, in return, to supply a sharper image.
Non-illuminated Reticle: Provides greater visibility during dusk and dawn and other low ambient light environments.
First Focal Plane Reticle: When you zoom in on a target, the scale to reticle remains in proportion at all magnifications.
Etched Glass Reticle: Reticle etched glass provides excellent backing support for a complex reticle design with extreme durability and high shock resistant to recoil.
Advanced Fully Multi-Coated: Fully multi-coated optic reflects light and increases transmission of light, resulting in a brighter image.
XPL Coating: Providing an extra layer of protection on the exterior lenses from dirt, oil, and scratches.
Precision Zero Stop System: System allows you to lock down zero position and dial back with a sharp and precise stop right at your zero marks even when turning pitch-dark.
High Precision Erector System: The high precision CNC machine, +/-0.0001mm tolerance level, provides the most accurate power settings with a smooth magnification change.
Aircraft Grade Aluminum: Provides exceptional strength and superior material integrity with protected world-class optics no matter what punishment you throw at it.
Direct Dial Elevation Turret: Exposed dial allows you to quickly make adjustments as needed and engage the target.
Capped Windage Turret: Verifies windage zero’s on windage for flexibility to dial.
One-Piece Tube Construction: Keeps moisture out and eliminates the ability to fog for the life of the product.
Waterproof: Protects the scope from the harshest weather conditions.
Fogproof: Protected against internal fogging in a variety of temperatures.
Shockproof: Innovative design on both the control and erector system that gives you ultimate recoil resistance to withstand 100G recoil for 1000 times.
Argon Purged: Inertia gas with bigger size molecules to purge any moisture out of the tube to improve waterproofing and thermal stability.
Magnification: 6-24 x
Objective Lens Diameter: 50 mm
Reticle: APRS3 FFP IR MIL, Glass Etched non-illuminated
Surface Finish: Matte & Brown
Lens Coating: Wide Band Fully Multi-Coated
Extra Coating: Xtra Protective Coating
Tube Material: Aircraft Grade Aluminium
Tube Diameter: 30 mm
Exit Pupil: 11.1-1.8 mm
Eye Relief: 3.7-inches
Field of View @ 100 Yards: 17.8-4.6 feet
Click Value: 0.1 mil
Adjustment Range Per Rotation: 10 mil
Total Elevation Adjustment: 25 mil
Total Windage Adjustment: 15 mil
Turret Style: Zero Stop Elevation, Capped Windage
Parallax Adjustment: Side focus - 10 yards to infinity
Placed on Remington 700 in .308 20" Bbl, with 30 MOA rail and shot to 1300 yds (yes, barely made it - had to hold over 3 Mils). Glass was clear. Reticle sharp. Mil elevation (25 Mils total elevation adjustment in its 30 mm tube) turrets with positive click tactically and audibly. Setting zero stop was a little wonky, but work as it should. Windage is capped, not open turret. Paralax adjustment worked well, but didn't always correspond with known distance (doesn't matter). We shot rain or shine and there were a few down pours. Temp was 75, elevation 1300' and very humid. Scope got wet but was waterproof and didn't fog. I am not ready to spend $2-4,000 on a scope. I also have a Burris XTR II 6-24 FFP which I paid approx < $1,000. This scope was approx $680. I feel the scopes are equivalent in clarity and quality. Burris has 32 Mils of elevation adjustment in its 34 mm tube, so like the addition elevation potential for long range. would definitely purchase Athlon Midas TAC again if plan on shooting under 1,000 yds