ATACR 7-35x56 F1 H59
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As shooters continue to push the limits of rifle and cartridge performance, Nightforce continues to exceed the needed performance in riflescope technology by introducing the ATACR 7-35 x 56 F1. With its extensive magnification range and legendary ATACR optical performance, via an ED glass package, the ATACR 7-35 x 56 F1 will push the boundaries of even the most capable of today's long range cartridges.
With parallax adjustment down to 10 meters and 100 MOA of elevation travel, precision is attainable from short range distances to as far as any modern extreme long range rifle and cartridge can reach. This riflescope offers an incredible field of view across the entire magnification range, making targets easy to find, identify and engage. Whether the need is for competition like the Precision Rifle Series (PRS), or extreme long range shooting, this riflescope delivers unmatched precision and repeatability.
The Nightforce ATACR series of riflescopes has been proven across the world to be the best riflescopes money can buy. The ATACR 7-35 x 56 F1 brings this proven performance to an entirely new level that helps shooters to meet and exceed the limits of their precision rifle system.SPECIFICATIONS
» Focal Plane - First
» Magnification Range - 7-35x
» Internal adjustment range (MOA/Mil)
e: 100 MOA
w: 60 MOA
e: 27.3 Mil
w: 18 Mil
» Click value
» Calibrated Ranging Power - N/A
» Parallax adjustment - 10 m - ∞
» Exit pupil diameter
» Eye relief - 83-91mm/3.26-3.58 in
» Field of view @100 yards/100 meters
35x: 1.05 m
» Objective outer diameter - 65 mm
» Eyepiece outer diameter - 44 mm
» Overall length (inches/mm) - 16.0 in/406 mm
» Weight (ounces/grams) - 39.3 oz/1113g
» Mounting length (inches/mm) - 6.5 in/165 mm
» PTL (Power Throw Lever) - Standard
» Illumination - Digillum
» Elevation Feature - Zero Stop
A patented milradian based grid system for fast ranging and holdovers, that also features lead markers for moving targets.
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 reticle increases proportionately.