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The Steiner Police P-Series binoculars are designed for patrol duty, tactical operations and surveillance missions that require fast capture, clear images and sharp detail under all conditions. The porro prism design delivers bright, three-dimensional images, sharp resolution, and wide field of view. From low light to full sun, extended surveillance to sudden action, the P-Series gives you a distinct advantage.
- Magnification 10x
- Weight 35.3 oz
- Item no. 2030
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High Contrast Optics
specially coated for the highest light transmission, sharp edge-to-edge view and contrast, even in low light.
Floating Prism System
uses a flexible silicone lens mount to absorb severe shock, impact and abuse without damage
New Gray NBR Long-Life Rubber Armoring
blends into the urban environment for better concealment while providing a durable, slip-proof grip that is secure and noiseless.
optimize light transmission for superb performance in low light or hazy conditions.
focus each eyepiece to your vision once, then keeps images razor-sharp from 20 yards to infinity – no more chasing focus on moving targets.
Waterproof and Fogproof Construction
withstands extreme cold and wet conditions.
rugged polycarbonate for a lightweight chassis that withstands 40 Gs of impact
provides no-charge repair or replacement if the optic become damaged or defective — for the life of the product
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How long are the 10¥50
What is the minimum focus range?
I see some marketing suggesting the p1050 is built to Mil specs ??? Is that correct?
What is the difference between the Police 10x50 (P1050) and the Military/Marine 10X50 version (MM1050)?
Can I buy online from you and receive in the UK
What's the eye relief?
The question is can i buy separately the strap to this bino. Actually i need only the lower click part. and eye piece cover. For what price and where.
Why are the Military M1050r's ($1,150) only able to withstands 11 Gs of impact, but these Police P1050's ($459) able to withstand 40 G's of impact. Is this correct or did they mess up the specs?
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