(Important) Please note before ordering a 8-80×56 High Master Wide Angle Majesta Scope

Posted 02/17/2023

We have been receiving many interests regarding the 8-80×56 High Master Wide Angle Majesta Scope and we are very grateful for that. Please make sure of the following before you decide to kindly place an order for this scope.


1) MTR-WFD reticle for F class shooting

This reticle is designed for F class Long Range matches being held in the US on the Long range 1000 yard target. MOA based target frame size is 72 X 72 inches (6 X 6  foot) ruled by the NRA (governing body in the US https://www.arpc.info/docs/fclass_rifle_rules.pdf). Furthermore, the rules for the LR targets at ICFRA (International Confederation of Fullbore Rifle Associations) are actually the same as the NRA, 1.8 x 1.8 meters (6 x 6 foot). Quote from p28 Section B1.2.: “Long Range: The target frame will not be less than 1.8m square. Target widths of 2.4m or 3.0m (or their imperial equivalents) are permissible. It is also permissible to use an oversize target providing the frame dimension specified above is inscribed on it, outside of which any shot is designated a “Miss” but may be shown by a spotting disc.” (https://e1e1515b-f062-426d-8b3c-6c508be9b8a2.filesusr.com/ugd/d54b0a_ce5f1a8a7d314d4e927c2d1d5236aae5.pdf) The sizes of the rings are the same as well. This may match up also for use in many other countries. But as there are many variations in size of F Class targets which are being used around the world, please check to ensure this could match with the targets that you shoot F class with beforehand.

The holding cues that are designed in the MTR-WFD are intended to be used at long range (ICFRA or NRA), at 40X and 80X, thanking advantage of the anti-shimmer HM lens system, and the wide angle of view. The top and bottom cues are there to help you hold waterline at 1000 yards at 40X and 80X. For any shorter distance, there is no need for the horizontal cues to hold waterline.  At 80X all you see is target and the horizontal lines are all you need because you simply will not be holding far on the target, and definitely not holding off the target.  At the very short distances, all you worry about is being as precise as possible using the rings, you are not holding off using MOA values or anything in the scope, it’s all relative to the rings on the target face. And the central portion of the MTR-WFD reticle will be awesome for that, especially at 80X. MTR-WFD’s special features are designed for Long Range (ICFRA or NRA), the center of the reticle is target-agnostic (meaning the target type or measurements are irrelevant), but it is a great design for highly precise holds on the target face using the rings.

2) Reticle design

The basic design and the concept are the same, but as there was a mistake we replaced the reticle images on our website from the initial ones for MTR-WFT and MTR-WFD a little while ago. We greatly apologize for this. Correct images are below.

3) Weight
8-80×56 High Master Wide Angle scope weighs 1175g (41.45oz). This is heavier than 10-60×56 High Master scope weighing 945g (33.33oz). For those shooting at competitions with weight restrictions, please check the weight thoroughly. 

We greatly thank you for your continued support! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask us at info@deon.co.jp. 
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