Redfield Regal II spotting Scope.

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A spotting scope is an extraordinarily specialized optical instrument whose use with the aid of shooters and hunters is restrained to spotting at the range and viewing game within the field at distances where the common binocular doesn't have the funds for enough magnification. Traditionally the compact spotting scope standards of the shooter at the variety are particularly extraordinary from those of the hunter.

For viewing downrange goals from a bench or shooting position, the competitor almost always prefers a best spotting scope whose eyepiece is angled up, say at forty five levels, from the line of the scope tube itself. Huntrs, then again, prefer a straight via eyepiece/tube configuration on account that this process makes locating far-off objects so much rapid. Where goal shooters can put 30X, 40X or 60X magnification to excellent use, hunters commonly in finding anything over 25X vain seeing that mirage distorts the photo being viewed past recognition.

With such diverse desires, the approach to spotting scopes has continually been to construct one for the target shooter, one other for the hunter. Until now, that's. Redfield, the Denver, Colorado, rifle scope manufacturer of gigantic repute, now offers a spotting scope so versatile that it meets actually all of the requisites of each competition shooters and hunters.

Redfield's Regal II spotting scope for sale is exact seeing that of its rotating prism housing. There are eight constructive positions at which the prism housing can be set. To rotate the eyepiece, loosen the lock ring ahead of the prism housing, then tighten it again to hold the eyepiece within the chosen function. So as to add extra versatility to this method, there is a metal ring encircling the scope tube just ahead of the prism housing that is adjustable. This ring additionally varieties the platform for tripod attachment. By way of loosening the set screw securing this metallic ring, the scope tube can also be rotated to any of 12 positions.

Two eyepieces are on hand for the Regal II, a 25X constant energy and an 18X-40X variable vigour. The scope has a 60mm goal lens. Minimal focusing distance is 24 ft and focusing is comprehensive by way of rotating the eyepiece. With the 25X eyepiece in location the Regal II has a field of view at 100 yards of 12.5 feet. With the variable power eyepiece the one hundred-yard discipline of view is 10.5 feet at 18X, 7 feet at 40X. With the constant-energy eyepiece in situation the scope is eleven-7/8 inches long and it guidelines the dimensions at 32 oz.. The stupid purple crinkle finish on the scope is nonreflective, an attractive feature in the searching field.

I first saw the Redfield Regal II over a yr ago--long earlier than it hit the market--and on the grounds that that time I've demonstrated it generally within the field.

Correct now the Regal II is being sold as a kit which involves the 25X lens, the 18X-40X lens, a sturdy tripod and a deluxe padded aluminum carrying case entire with a shoulder strap. Steered retail rate of the Regal II is $446.95. This new spotting scope may also be visible at your nearest Redfield supplier or write to Redfield, 5800 East Jewell Avenue, Dept. GA, Denver, CO 80224, for knowledge.

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