A second-focal-plane riflescope offering 8" of eye relief, the Sightmark Rapid M1 2-7X 32 mm Scout Scope is designed specifically for use atop a scout rifle’s forward optics rail. The Rapid M1 2-7X 32 mm features fully multi-coated, scratch-resistant lenses and an illuminated reticle within an anodized 6061-T6 aluminum body. Low-profile turrets provide 0.5-m.o.a. windage and elevation adjustments, and Sightmark offers a lifetime warranty. Price: $450. Contact: Sightmark; (817) 225-0310; sightmark.com.
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