Effect of Temperature Anti-drift lens in March Scope 10-60×56 High Master
Continuous innovations by an innovative company / Newest advances in the March Scope 5-42×56
We are gradually restarting repair/maintenance service
Explanation video on March Scope 5-42×56 created by Tristan Wright from Precision rifle reviews
Testimonial for March 5-42×56 by Pavol Blahút – Owner of Long Range (Slovakia)
How to adjust the Eyepiece – with Q&A
USA added to the postal suspension list – Important notice regarding shipment of repaired scopes
What is so special about High Master March Rifle Scope?
The High Master model scopes have 2 Super ED lens elements within its new lens system.
The Super ED lens element is an improved ED lens element with optical characteristics even closer to pure fluorite crystal lens elements.
Pure fluorite crystals have virtually no dispersion that result in chromatic aberration in the image.
By using Super ED lens elements, we can suppress chromatic aberration even more than with ED lenses
and thus produce a sharper image with greater contrast, while still having a strong scope.
We now have 4 models of High Master rifle scopes.
We are on a quest for ever greater resolution and this is why we developed the March-X High Master 10x-60x56mm,
an improvement of the March 10x-60x52mm which already had superb image resolution.
DEON strives to enable more victories for March Owners at shooting competitions and we managed to improve
the resolving power of the March-X High Master 10x-60×56 by as much as 8.7 % compared to the March 10x-60x52mm.
March-X High Master 10x-60x56mm
Written by : Mari Morita