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Sightmark 4-16x44 Triple Duty Illuminated Mil-dot Scope SM13017

Sightmark 4-16x44 Triple Duty Illuminated Mil-dot Scope SM13017

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Sightmark 4-16x44 Triple Duty Illuminated Mil-dot Scope SM13017

 

 

 

At Valhalla we look for not only the best products, but try to specialize in "best bang for the buck" products to maximize your resources with high quality tactical gear.  The Sightmark SM13017 truly hits the mark for this goal in an adjustable magnification scope!

The Sightmark® 4-16x44 Triple Duty riflescope uses cutting edge glass and lens coatings to ensure that it is the most accurate tactical instrument on the market. Precision multicoated optics are the distinguishing feature of the Sightmark Triple Duty riflescope line; multicoated lenses offer the clearest view for easy target acquisition in both bright and low light situations. Both waterproof and fog proof, the nitrogen filled Sightmark Triple Duty line features oversized windage, elevation and parallax adjustment knobs for easy adjustment in the field. Locking mechanisms on the windage and elevation adjustments provide an additional level of accuracy and ensure that the scope stays zeroed. The 4-16x44’s internal lit red / green Mil-dot reticle helps shooters to successfully make highly accurate shots over a wide range of distances.

Features

  • Precision accuracy
  • Adjustment lock
  • US Army Mil-dot
  • Wide field of view
  • Precision multicoated optics
  • Internal lit red/green reticle
  • 1/8” locking MOA
  • Easy focusing knob
  • Parallax adjustment
  • Diopter adjustment
  • Front diopter adjustment
  • Lightweight
  • Waterproof and Shockproof

Specification

Magnification (x) 4-16
Objective (mm) 44
Eyepiece diameter (mm) 37
Field of view ([email protected] 100m)
Field of view ([email protected] 100yds)
9.61-2.44
31.5-8
Exit pupil (mm) 11-2.75
Eye relief (mm) 120.1-88.4
Phase corrected, anti-reflective coating wide band AR green
Parallax (yards) 12 to infinity
Waterproof/ nitrogen filled (yes/no) yes
Reticle US Army Mil-dot
Illuminated reticle (yes/no) yes
One piece tube diameter (mm) 30
Diopter (+/-) 2 to -3
Windage/ elevation (MOA) 60
MOA (one click) 1/8
Windage/ elevation lock (yes/no) yes
Focal plane 2nd
Length (in) 14.8
weight (g) 800

In Box

  • Set of 30mm rifle scope mounting rings
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

User Manual

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Spec Sheet

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ABOUT THE SIGHTMARK TRIPLE DUTY & TACTICAL SERIES OF RIFLESCOPES


The Sightmark Triple Duty™ Series and Tactical Series of riflescopes use cutting edge glass and lens coatings to ensure that it is the most accurate riflescope in its class.  Precision multicoated optics are a distinguishing feature of the Sightmark Triple Duty riflescope line; multicoated lenses offer a clear view for easy target acquisition in both bright and low light situations.  Both waterproof and fog proof, the nitrogen filled Sightmark Triple Duty Series features oversized windage, elevation and parallax adjustment knobs for easy adjustment in the field.  Locking mechanisms on the windage and elevation adjustments ensure that the scope stays zeroed.  Internal lit Mil-Dot reticles help shooters successfully make accurate shots over a wide range of distances and lighting conditions.

Sightmark riflescopes Mil-Dot reticle

Mil stands for millradian.  A millradian is 1/6283.2th of a circle, or 3.438 MOA.  The millradian represents 1 unit at 1000 yards.  To simplify, a target that is one yard tall at 1000 yards would measure 1 millradian.
Sightmark’s Mil-Dot reticle is the NATO standard MilDot, which differs from the ¾ USMC reticle.  In order to accurately range using the Mil-Dot system, the target size must be known.  For example, a full size deer is approximately six feet long.  Transfer the feet into yards (3’ = 1yd), so the deer is 2 yards long.  Now measure the deer in the crosshairs; it is 4 mils long.  Then divide the size of the deer by the Mils.  2/4=0.5 then multiply 0.5 by the constant of 1000.  This equals 500.  So the deer is roughly 500 yards away.  Finally, adjust the riflescope’s elevation for accuracy. 

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