• March-X (SFP, 34mm tube)
  • March (SFP, 30mm tube)
  • March-FX (FFP, 34mm tube)
  • March Compact (SFP, 30mm tube)
  • March Fixed power (SFP, 30mm tube)
  • March-F (FFP, 30mm tube)
  • March GENESIS (FFP)
Has eight magnification ratios, including the highest magnification ratio in the first focal plane (FFP) configuration rifle scope made to date. The mrad reticle scale value remains constant across the entire zoom range. It is easy to range the target without thinking where to set the zoom range. Additionally, with the capability to set any position as the zero point in elevation (0-set device), the shooter will never lose his starting calibration. This scope was designed to eliminate optical aberration without compromise, utilizing high-end extra-low dispersion (ED) lenses.

D42HV56WFML-G2 (MIL, Tactical, Writable turrets)

Tactical Model (Non illuminated)

---We plan to launch this new model this summer. Further details to come!!---

March-FX Wide Angle 5-42x56mm Genll in MIL for PRS shooters
5-42x56mm has the widest angle eyepiece among all March Scopes 26° (30% more than our standard models) offering enhanced FOV throughout the 8. 4x magnification range. For the Generation ll of the popular 5-42x56mm scope, the image quality has also been further refined especially near the maximum elevation amount. Non illuminated 5-42x56mm Genll scope with writable turrets is developed for PRS/NRL shooters who demand the utmost in optical/mechanical performance. You can write and erase numbers on the turrets with pens used for whiteboards. Zero set is easy to use. (*Note1: Picture of the scope below is a concept model. There may be slight changes in the production model. **Note2: Writable turrets can be replaced with shuriken lock turrets which is a standard for illuminated 5-42x56 Genll for a custom fee when placing a new order.)

The NEW FML-WBR reticle specially designed for PRS/NRL style shooting competitions
FML-WBR reticle offered in the March-FX 5-42X56 High Master Genll, was designed by Brandon Rudge specifically for PRS/NRL style shooting competitions with simplicity and speed in mind. This reticle is the culmination of countless hours of PRS shooting with various scopes and reticle options on the market. Given the chance to make a reticle from scratch, Brandon used past experiences to design and bring to life this reticle to take advantage of the huge FOV (Field Of View of 26°) and high magnification range of DEON’s March-FX 5-42X56 riflescope. The FML-WBR reticle was designed to provide the shooter with everything they need to be effective in PRS/NRL competition, and nothing that might hinder the ability to take advantage of the optical system and the March-FX 5-42-56 HM Gen II’s amazing field of view. The FML-WBR is a combination of many hours of shooting behind various reticle options on the market and taking all the things Brandon learned and offering something that solves the issues he has faced as a PRS shooter at the national level. For a more detailed description, please see below the photo.

Features of D42HV56WFML-G2
・8.4X Zoom in FFP, MIL
・34mm diameter body
・56mm objective lens
・Wide Angle eyepiece : 26 degrees
・Temperature Anti-Drift Lens System
・High Master lens system (Super ED lenses)
・Side focus 10 yard - infinity
・Scope body fully machined from aluminum ingot
・All Japanese metal parts with no plastic part except for minimum essentials such as an insulator
・Argon gas filled for internal stability
・Writable elevation / windage / side focus turrets
・Fast focus eyepiece
・Top quality multi lens coating where the transmittance is very near 100%
・Water repellent lens coating

Multi-turn 10 mrad elevation turret with 40 mrad total travel adjustment for ELR.
Locking parallax with easy zero stop.
Fast focus diopter system will enable you to adjust from -2D to +2D in 1 revolution.
Eyepiece diopter can be rapidly adjusted.

Design concept of the new FML-WBR reticle
Brandon wanted to bring to life a reticle that he felt best reflected the needs of the PRS shooter based on his experience with some of the top reticle options available. The idea was to improve upon the status quo within the industry, and bring some things he felt were missing from other offerings. There are many things Brandon wanted to achieve with a different approach from what other companies had taken.
Brandon wanted the reticle to be a .2 MIL standard offering with a .5 MIL indication available but without adding an additional line in the reticle so as to limit clutter in the wide-angle view of the March-FX 5-42X56. This led to an open dot design at each .5 MIL mark that allowed the .2 Mil indications to be used in an alternating sequence, which enables the shooter to rapidly orient themselves on the reticle, without having to count the .2 MIL indications on the bottom side of the horizontal stadia of traditional designs which offer a .5 MIL indication.
During the use of other reticles on the market Brandon found that line thickness and center dot size relationships mattered and could make or break the reticle. Too small and users would struggle to use the reticle when the magnification needed to go down for movers or to increase FOV, too large and the lines would hinder the shooter’s view at higher magnification for longer distance troop lines and load development. The chosen line thickness and dot size were designed to be usable in both situations without illumination.
Brandon found that most shooters preferred no vertical stadia on the top side of the reticle and as a result this was excluded from the design, as many others in the market have done. He also found that he very rarely used the tree, but always felt it hindered the shooter’s ability to clearly see impact location on targets. As result the reticle was designed without a tree, and this allows an unobstructed view of impact points and targets. Brandon found that he had never used the tree in the fashion they were designed. For example, he would never hold targets down the tree and in open space for windage. The risk of not having an accurate hold was simply too great and as a result he would dial the elevation to suit his targeting needs.
Additionally unprecedented FOV, magnification range, image clarity/image quality was also a driver in this reticle design. So not only was the reticle designed based on past experiences of existing rifle scopes and reticles, but it was also designed with the perspective that with the new 5-42x56Genll, future PRS/NRL shooters are going to leverage the enhanced Magnification/FOV as the stage/conditions warrant, in order to gain greater target impact image resolution and awareness, acquire target(s) faster, and ultimately shoot with more certainty in time compressed scenarios.

5-42x56mm employs "Temperature Anti-Drift Lens System" and the "High Master lens system".
"Temperature Anti-Drift Lens System"
In the latest optical systems, a new lens material has been developed to accommodate changes in environmental temperature by altering the refractive index of the lenses. This new lens material has been adopted to create a more stable lens system that naturally adapts to changes in temperature to maintain focus and clarity over a wide range of conditions.  
"Super ED lenses"
Super ED lenses are an improved ED lens element with optical characteristics even closer to pure fluorite crystal lens elements. By incorporating Super ED lenses (High Master lens system), we are able to reduce the chromatic aberration.


0.1 MIL Type

1 Click Adjustment : 0.1MIL (1cm @100m)
10 MIL turret revolution (100cm @100m)
0-set on Elevation turret


Technical Data

Low High
Magnification 5x 42x
Effective Lens Diameter 56mm
Body Tube Diameter 34mm
Exit Pupil 5.2mm
Field of View (real) degree 5.0° 0.62°
ft/100yd 26.2ft 3.3ft
m/100m 8.73m 1.08m
Eye Relief 73-88mm
1 Click Adjustment 0.1MIL
Elevation Travel 40MIL
Windage Travel 14MIL
Focus Distance 10yd - infinity
Reticle FML-WBR
In the box Flip Caps (Objective and Eyepiece)
Lens Cloth
Fast Lever
MD disk
Hex wrench
Scope Size A 355mm(13.98inch)
size B 142mm(5.59inch)
C 64mm(2.52inch)
D 46mm(1.81mm)
E 117mm(4.60inch)
F 96mm(3.78inch)
G 52mm(2.05inch)
H 49mm(1.93inch)
Weight 995g(35.1oz) This is a tentative figure for now.