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March Compact 1-10x24 MTR-3 Reticle SFP Riflescope D10V24M

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MTR-3-Reticle
MTR-3-Reticle

The March Compact 1-10x24 Riflescope is a highly versatile low power variable optic designed for daytime use and features a tactical style reticle. The scope is built on a 30mm main tube, weighs in at 18.7 oz., and 10.31” long making it a great option for a modern sporting rifle.

Features of the March Compact 1-10x24 Riflescope

  • Compact & Lightweight
  • 200 MOA Elevation & Windage
  • Capped Turrets

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Specifications

Scope Weight:18.69oz
Scope Length:10.39"
Magnification Range:1x - 10x
Scope Objective Lens Diameter:24mm
Scope Tube Size / Mount:30mm
Scope Turret Adjustment:Counter Clockwise (CCW)
Parallax Adjustment:Side focus 10yds - infinity
Reticle Position:Second Focal Plane
Reticle Details:MTR-3 Reticle
Field of View:105.8 - 10.5ft at 100yds
Eye Relief:Low: 3.39-3.86in High: 3.39-3.78in
Illuminated Reticle:no
Scope Finish:matte black
Item Condition:New
UPC457005800005
MPND10V24M-MTR-3
March Compact 1-10x24 MTR-3 Reticle SFP Riflescope D10V24M
Average Rating:

By orion_kerensky on August 7, 2020

I spent a lot of time researching a quality 1-10 that was light for my Q Mini Fix build. March continued to come up on my lists. There are scopes that are lighter, and shorter, but they give up too much in terms of quality for their size. Out of the box you can tell you have a quality product. The housing is solid and glass is perfect. Its an optic that you would use as an example for spending $200 on a rifle scope or $2000 on one. If this is one of your first scopes, you will a March very user friendly. They keep the instructions and guides simple. Setup and zeroing took no time. I was able to hit sub-MOA with a short barrel rifle from 100 yards.

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