B.E.A.S.T. 5-25X56 MIL-R
Why is the most advanced riflescope on the market today called the B.E.A.S.T.? It has nothing to do with size, weight, or appearance. Nightforce engineers were asked to do what was thought impossible...to create a riflescope the likes of which had never been built before. To invent radical new technologies that solve old problems inherent to competitor's products. And to include capabilities and features that for years had been nothing but pipe dreams. Cut no corners, they were told. Not on materials, on quality, on workmanship, on durability. Conceive the ultimate riflescope, they asked them. Then build it. It was a challenge so demanding, so taxing, at times so overwhelming, that the concept became known as "a beast," both for the difficulties it presented and for the times when it seemed they had created a monster. When they succeeded, and it came time to give the newest Nightforce riflescope a name, nothing else seemed appropriate. "But they can't call a riflescope a ' "beast," ' some folks said. What does that stand for? What will customers think? They'll think it stands for "Best Example of Advanced Scope Technology." Because that's what it is.First Focal Plane Precision
While locating a reticle in a riflescope's second focal plane is most common, a first focal plane location has distinct advantages to the accomplished shooter. All reticle subtensions, whether in MOA or Mil-Radian configuration, remain in the same visual proportion to the target across the scope's entire magnification range. This makes a first focal plane reticle particularly effective for target holdovers, windage leads and range estimation. It eliminates a number of variables, resulting in greater speed and ultimately in greater accuracy in high-stress environments.A Combination of Technology and Performance Never Before Put Into A Riflescope
The U.S. military spoke. They listened. The playing field in warfare has changed. Our military snipers are engaging targets at ever-increasing ranges; extremely difficult targets demanding levels of positive identification, accuracy and optical performance that were impossible with existing technology. Recognizing this, the U.S. military threw out all the conventions associated with tactical day scopes, and requested a riflescope unlike any ever created.
Thus was born the B.E.A.S.T.New Standards of Resolution and Clarity.
There are plenty of high-magnification variable power riflescopes on the market. But, magnification without extreme resolving power, razor-sharp clarity and superb contrast- even in dismal light-is of no value. Military snipers are now called upon to positively identify targets and distinguish threats at distances measured in hundreds of meters. The slightest nuance in appearance can, for example, separate a legitimate IED threat from an innocent non-combatant. The optical prescription and glass used in the B.E.A.S.T. was created through a collaboration between U.S. and German engineers, who were tasked with achieving resolution and clarity that surpassed that of any riflescope in the world. They succeeded.Intelligent and Intuitive.
True-to-eye light transmission exceeds 90 percent, with resolution and image clarity at unprecedented levels. XtremeSpeed adjustments on a 34mm tube provide 60 MOA (20 Mil-Radians) of adjustment instantly in a single rotation (120 MOA total travel)-meeting, or exceeding, the effective range of any known cartridge at extreme distances.
The heart of the B.E.A.S.T. is its i4F intelligent four-function elevation control. Initial adjustments with the primary elevation knob are lightning fast, in .50 MOA/.2 Mil-Radian increments. An integral fine adjustment lever provides additional elevation adjustments in .25 MOA/.1 Mil-Radian increments. It is the fastest, most precise elevation control ever conceived on a riflescope. The patented Nightforce ZeroStop system, allowing an instant return to the shooter's established zero point, is standard. A new 360-degree brake control allows instant securing of elevation adjustments.
Perhaps the shooter suddenly anticipates engaging a number of targets at a substantially longer range, for example, 750 meters. Dial in the necessary elevation, activate the 360-degree brake control by pressing the control on top of the elevation knob, rotate the control 90 degrees counter-clockwise, and an instant, secure setting is established at 750 meters. Another press of the brake control and a 90-degree clockwise turn of the control disengages the brake setting. Unlike competitor's systems, it is an instant, intuitive, one-hand operation, requiring no fumbling with complicated mechanisms, no time lost, no distraction from the target.
The B.E.A.S.T. includes Nightforce DigIllum digital illuminated reticle technology, which has established new standards of convenience and repeatability. The shooter chooses the appropriate illumination setting for lighting conditions, from very dim to extremely bright, and can then turn off illumination to preserve battery power. When illumination is turned back on, it defaults to the shooter's chosen setting. This ensures that the user's night vision is not affected and that an instant shot is possible. DigIllum also includes a low-battery indicator and auto-off feature.The Highest Possible Light Transmission.
The professional sniper's world is one of shadow and darkness. Enemies intent upon doing harm are not in the habit of operating in broad daylight. Thus, from day one, they knew that the B.E.A.S.T. had to outperform any other existing riflescope in poor light. And it does. The B.E.A.S.T. achieves 90%+ light transmission-approaching the maximum limit of what is physically possible. There is no such thing as 100% light transmission in a riflescope. Only a handful of riflescopes in the world have ever topped the 90% figure, and the human eye can distinguish differences of approximately 3%. At first or last light, the B.E.A.S.T. can make the difference between a precise shot-or no shot at all.Applicable To Any Tactical Environment.
At just 15.37″ length, the B.E.A.S.T. is very compact relative to its power, allowing friendly attachment of thermal, night vision and other accessories. On today's battlefield, our servicemen can find themselves in a firefight in a crowded, close-in urban environment, or engaging small targets at extreme distancee...all in a single day. Our military requested one riflescope equally adept in every conceivable environment, and the B.E.A.S.T.'s 5-25x magnification range provides multi-scope capability in one sophisticated package.
Nightforce flip up lens caps are included with every B.E.A.S.T. riflescope.
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The BEAST: 5-25x56 Scope, comes with zero stop, AND the i4F intelligent four-function elevation control
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Focal Plane - First
Magnification Range - 5-25x
Objective lens diameter - 56mm
Tube diameter - 34 mm/1.34 in
Internal adjustment range (Mil)
e: 120 MOA
w: 80 MOA
e: 34.9 Mil
w: 23.27 Mil
Click value - .2 and .1 Mil-rad
Calibrated Ranging Power - N/A
Parallax adjustment - 45 yd-∞
Exit pupil diameter
5x: 8.3 mm
25x: 2.3 mm
Eye relief - 85-90mm/3.35 in-3.54 in
Field of view @100 yards/100 meters
5x: 18.7 ft
25x: 4.92 ft
5x: 5.7 m
25x: 1.45 m
Objective outer diameter - 65 mm
Eyepiece outer diameter - 46 mm
Overall length (inches/mm) - 15.37 in/390 mm
Weight (ounces/grams) - 41 oz/1162g
Mounting length (inches/mm) - 5.92 in/150 mm
Front/Rear Mounting Length - 1.54 in/1.93 in
PTL (Power Throw Lever) - Standard
Illumination - Digillum
Elevation Feature - Zero Stop
The Mil-R reticle allows precise ranging and accurate hold offs for effective first-shot placement and quick follow-up shots. This reticle features a floating center crosshair which is 1.0 Mil across, whole, half, .2 and .1 Mil-Radian graduations across the reticle, and a total of 15 Mil-Radian below center.
Throw Lever (PTL)
Instant magnification changes in a fraction of a second, even if you are wearing gloves.
First Focal Plane
As you increase magnification, the reticule increases proportionately.