M5Xi Military 1-5x24

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The German-made M5Xi series features world-class engineering and optical systems, built to strict military specs and precisely crafted for victory – on the battlefield, or in competition. The 1-5x is for marksmen rifles, patrol rifles and AR/M4 platforms, with true eyes-open 1x magnification, and 5x zoom to locate targets at longer distances.

Close combat scope with 30mm tube, Rapid Dot reticle calibrated in 5.56, true 1x eyes open capability for situational awareness and 5x power to engage distant targets

  • Maginification 1x-5x
  • Tube Diameter 30mm
  • Length 11.6"
  • Battery CR2450
  • Item no. 5571

 

MSRP New: 
$2989.99

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Product Features: 

5x Zoom

provides maximum range at the high end, wider field of view at the low end and eliminates any tunneling effect.

 

Broadband Anti-Reflection Coatings

for 94% + light transmission to ensure optimal performance in low light.

 

Optimized Exterior Design

with larger, positive grip elevation, windage, parallax and illumination knobs and nonslip diopter and magnification adjustment.

 

Illuminated Reticle

with seven night and four day levels with two "OFF" positions at each end, and quick standby levels between each for fast return setting.

 

Optimized Tube and Knob Configuration

for more mounting options and optimum performance with different rifles and added equipment.

 

Precise Windage/Elevation Adjustment

is easy and accurate for repeasted accuracy, with tactile click-by-click feedback you can hear and feel.

 

Waterproof/Fogproof

durable construction you can trust to stand up to any cold or wet condition. Waterproof to depths of 33 feet.

 

Shockproof

and rugged enough to withstand impact testing to 900 Gs on all optical and electronic components.

SPECIFICATIONS

Item No.MagnificationReticleObjective LensFocal PlaneTube DiameterSpecial Feature
55711-5xRapid Dot 5.5624 mm2nd30 mmAdjustment Knobs 100% Sealed
Focal Plane2nd
Tube Diameter30 mm
Special FeatureAdjustment Knobs 100% Sealed
Field of View at 100 yds118.1 - 23.7
Eye Relief3.5 - 4.3 in.
Exit Pupil11.5 -7.2 mm
Length11.6 in.
Weight21.2 oz.
Diopter Adjustment Range+2 to - 3
Elevation Adjustment KnobResettable Zero
Illumination ControlRotary Digital Control with Intermediate Stops
Wind/Elevation Click Value1 cm (0.1 mrad)
Elevation Range at 100 m.332 m (32 mils)
Wind Range at 100 m.160 cm (16.0 mils)
Parallax/FocusFixed
Parallax/Focus Range328 ft
Nitrogen FilledYes
Operating Temperature Range-13° F to +145° F
Lens CapYes
Waterproof/FogproofSubmersible to 33 ft.
BatteryCR 2450
WarrantyHeritage™
55701-5xRapid Dot 7.6224 mm2nd30 mmRapid Dot 5.62
Focal Plane2nd
Tube Diameter30 mm
Special FeatureRapid Dot 5.62
Field of View at 100 yds118.1 - 23.7
Eye Relief3.5 - 4.3 in.
Exit Pupil11.5 -7.2 mm
Length11.6 in.
Weight21.2 oz.
Diopter Adjustment Range+2 to - 3
Elevation Adjustment KnobResettable Zero
Illumination ControlRotary Digital Control with Intermediate Stops
Wind/Elevation Click Value1 cm (0.1 mrad)
Wind Range at 100 m.160 cm (16.0 mils)
Parallax/FocusFixed
Parallax/Focus Range328 ft
Nitrogen FilledYes
Operating Temperature Range-13° F to +145° F
Lens CapYes
Waterproof/FogproofSubmersible to 33 ft.
BatteryCR 2450
WarrantyHeritage™

Does this come in 1st focal plane? What power do you have to be on a when it comes to a second focal plane scope and using the BDC reticle? Max power? Thanks!

Asked by: Pippinm7
The scope does not come in 1st focal plane. You will need to utilize max magnification for the reticle to be accurate.
Answered by: SteinerCustomerService
Date published: 2015-07-07

In the video, what Mfg of rings and mount are you using?

Asked by: mills
There are many different rings and mounts in the video.
Answered by: SteinerCustomerService
Date published: 2015-05-13

Regarding the reticle, are the hash marks below the red dot predesigned bullet drop compensators for 5.56/7.62 or not? If so, what are the ranges approx.?

Asked by: KCtrial
There are two part number options for the 1x5x24 M5Xi. You can choose either a 5.56 reticle or a 7.62 reticle. Both reticles are set up for 100 meter zero, and will compensate out to 700 meters.
Answered by: Steiner Optics JL
Date published: 2015-04-23

Is the elevation adjustment knob preset 5.56/7.62 bullet drop for 100yd/m, 200yd/m, 300yd/m, etc.; or is our responsibility to know our tables for bullet drop and adjust accordingly?

Asked by: KCtrial
It's 100 METERS - it's a German Scope. We have a reticle for either 5.56 or 7.62. Your choice.
Answered by: TeamSteiner
Date published: 2015-04-17

If I zero my Steiner at 200 yards, will the bullet drop hash marks work the same way as if zeroed for 100 yards (e.g. first hash mark is 300 instead of 200, second hash mark is 400 instead of 300 and so on)?

Asked by: Herb
It will have an impact on each hash mark. And it gets complicated, since it's based on your gun, bullet, elevation, atmospheric condition and so on. This is why shooters frequently develop DOPE cards, where they keep track of data from previous shoots, to help them more accurately target at specific conditions and ranges.
Answered by: TeamSteiner
Date published: 2015-04-17

What is the best throw lever for this scope?  Thank you

Asked by: Dalton
he question of who makes the 'best' throw levers is entirely subject to personal preference, but Switchview is one of the larger manufacturers of throw levers.
Answered by: TeamSteiner
Date published: 2015-04-17

what is the Heritage Warranty

Asked by: Hyman
For the lifetime of the product, we will repair or replace the product at no charge to you if it becomes damaged or defective for any reason other than theft or deliberate misuse. No warranty card needed. No receipt required Warranty is fully transferable to future owners of the product.
Answered by: TeamSteiner
Date published: 2015-08-22

what bullet weights are the 5.56 and 7.62 calibrated for?

Asked by: m14oneshot
This reticle was designed for NATO cartridges (55gr and 62gr 5.56, 147gr and 175gr 7.62) but all cartridges, barrels, and conditions not being equal makes 'calibrated' reticles more of an estimation based upon the bell curve. Any shooter may give our tech support line a call or email with ballistic info, and we'll do our best to supply estimated points of impact for the specified cartridge
Answered by: pharding
Date published: 2015-04-17
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