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|Effective Lens Diameter||52mm|
|Body Tube Diameter||30mm|
|Field of View, real||6.67°
|1 Click Adjustment||0.1Mil - 1/4 MOA
|Elevation Travel||34 Mil Rad - 120MOA
|Windage Travel||17 Mil Rad - 60 MOA
|Focus||Side Focus / Parallax|
|Reticle (First Focal Plane)||Illuminated FML, FML-1 for Mil Rad
Illuminatyed FMA-1 for MOA
without Illumination FML, FML-1 or FMA-1, FMA-2
|Total Length (-1D)||336mm (12.3inch)|
|Weight||665g (23.4oz) and 695g (24.5oz) for illuminated|
Tactical 3x - 24 x 42mm
This zoom scope has an 8x magnification ratio. It is easy to range a target without thinking about where to set the zoom range. Target ranging is accurate at any power. This 3x-24x 52mm model comes in two versions. The Mil Radian (Mil) and the Minute of Angle (MOA). This new model compliments the Compact 42mm front lens 3x-24x FFP. The 52mm Objective lens of this model has ED glass and yet the overall size remains short. The same strong robust build quality as you would expect from a MARCH Scope.
It comes in illuminated and non-illuminated versions. Standard and Low illumination modules are available. Both modules provide four levels of reticle intensity (red) and can be cycled by simply pressing the pressure switch within the focus dial on the left side. Very effective feature at dusk or when aiming at a dark target. If illumination is not activated the reticle remains black as per the non illuminated model. The illumination will auto shut off to conserve battery. Additionally, with the capability to set a position as the zero point
in the elevation (0 - set feature), the shooter will never lose their
starting calibration. (* see additional notes below about zero-set feature)
First Focal Plane design allows the scaling on the FML-1 (mil-radian) or the FMA-1 (MOA) reticle which remains constant across the entire zoom range. Therefore it does not matter what magnification level is chosen and the reticle subtension remains the the same. This is perfect for relating a cartridge drop chart for long range ballistics to the FFP reticle. One can use the reticle for hold over points at the calculated distances regardless of the magnification being chosen. However the reticle scale in FFP scopes will get thicker when the magnification is increased. But the special reticle design arrangement in the March FFP scopes allows target acquisition at both low and high magnification levels. Tapered reticle lines extend beyond the centre grid at lower magnification levels to draw in your eye.
The special FMA-2 reticle is a very fine lined reticle and therefore only available in the non illuminated model.