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Based on the outstanding success of the M5Xi - used today by Special Forces around the globe - Steiner sets a new benchmark with the ultimate long-range riflescope. M7Xi 4-28x56 with a 7x zoom and an impressive field of view (1.42-9 m at 100 m).
The 7x zoom gives the operator more flexibility and a higher resolution for all distances while the large field of view and the outstanding optical quality create a perfect overview of the surroundings at all times.
The M7Xi 4-28x56 has been designed to resist the toughest conditions, and is covered by the Steiner Heritage Warranty.
8719-G2B | G2B Mil-Dot reticle - Discontinued
8719-MSR2 | MSR2 reticle (click here for reticle details)
8719-T3 | Tremor 3 reticle
8720-MSR2 | MSR2 reticle, Coyote Brown
8720-T3 | Tremor T3 reticle, Coyote Brown
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Short overall length
of the scope creates more rail space for clip-on devices (e.g. thermal imaging or night vision devices) for superior operational capabilities in any combat situation.
Low profile turrets
provide outstanding situational awareness and additional mounting options for add-ons and accessories.
Enhanced legendary Steiner ruggedness
The new Steiner M7Xi IFS inherited and enhanced the legendary Steiner ruggedness. The M7Xi IFS is waterproof up to 20 m (66Feet) and the operating temperature range is -40°C to +64°C. It can withstand up to 900Gs.
Precise Windage/Elevation Adjustment
is easy and immediate for repeated accuracy, with tactile click-by-click feedback you can hear and feel and second rotation indicator.
One-Piece 34mm Tube
Increases strength and reliability and provides greater elevation and windage adjustments for longer ranges.
Variety of reticles
The new M7XI is available with MSR, MSR2, G2B, TReMoR3 reticle
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Does this model come in Coyote Brown?
Is the M7Xi 4-28x56 second focal plane or first?
On the M7XI 4-28 does the entire reticle illuminate or just the center?
I have a question regarding the Steiner M7Xi 4-28x56. I understand steiner offers a lifetime warranty. If one of these optics needs to be returned to Steiner for service or repair, would the optic go back to Germany for repair or would it stay in the USA?
I'm going to mount muy new M7xi 4-28x56 on an AR10 platform with the Spuhr Blockmontage ø34 Gen2 H 38 / 21 mm 6MIL PIC Cantilever. I need to know the correct Torque at the rings screws. Thanks for your attention.
Does Steiner have any riflescopes available with MOA adjustments? Or just MRAD?
Does your M5Xi sunshade fit the M7Xi?
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