Military-Marine 7x50 Reviews
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The civilian version of our proven military binoculars, adapted for rugged all-around use. as sharp, clear and battle-worthy as the warrior models they’re based on.
Light and easy to handle, with for bright images and a wide field of view for steady viewing, even on the move.
Included Accessories: Camo Case
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Floating Prism System
uses flexible silicone lens mount to absorb severe shock, impact and abuse without damage
Sports-Auto Focus™ System
lets you focus each eyepiece to your vision once, then keeps images razor sharp from 20 yards to infinity. No more chasing focus on moving objects.
is durable polycarbonate with NBR Long Life rubber armoring, creating a lightweight, rugged chassis that withstands 11 Gs of impact.
|Item No.||Magnification||Objective Lens||Field of View||Special Feature||Ranging Distance|
|2038||7 x||50 mm||302 yd at 1000 ft||-||-|
Can I have my binoculars recovered? Where do I send them as I live in Scotland UK
I have a pair of military marine 7x50 about 20 years old and am in need of new rubber eye cups can you help me locate replacements.
Your tech specs state that the model 2038 are not nitrogen filled. However, a previous answer stated they were and the 575 model these replaced were as well. Are these indeed nitrogen filled and therefor fog proof?
I bought a pair of military marine 7X50 back in the 1980s, over the years i have lost the lens caps and the rubber eyepieces have simply deteriorated due to age , is there any way i can get replacements ? The binos themselves are still as clear as a bell.
Please, do you offer Military-Marine 7x50 with military reticle ?
Is it possible to buy the rubber eye part for steiner commander 7x50 alone, i have lost one and I can not use it anymore because of that, Thanks,
What are all of the differences between Item Number 2038 and Item Number 538?
I have a set of the Military-Marine 7x50 but it is the military version. I am not sure what the part is called but the left eye is missing the two pieces that you put on your eye in order to look through them. I am looking for those parts.
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