M7Xi IFS 4-28x56

Intelligent Firing Solution

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Intelligent Firing Solution with integrated customizable display provides all the important information in real time to the operator.

Steiner sets the new standard for sniper riflescopes by entering the digital world. 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 IFS 4-28x56 with a 7x zoom and an impressive field of view (1.42-9 m at 100 m).

The Intelligent Firing Solution with integrated customizable display always provides all the important information in real time to the operator. The built in Ballistic Calculator and Sensor Suite determines the bullet point of impact in real time (temperature, air pressure, inclination, wind drift). Just turn the turrets until the distance and wind correction in the display matches the information provided by the spotter and you will be on target.

The display provides information about leveling and the current turret setting. Display and user interface can be customized to user needs. All information can be arranged, or deactivated as needed via smartphone app (Bluetooth connection).

Included Accessories: Battery, Lens Cloth, Lens Cover

MSRP: 
$5,709.99 - $7,689.99

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Product Features: 

Customized Display: A sophisticated user interface presents the precise firing solution in your field of view.

Built-in ballistic calculator and sensor suite

Heads-up display of firing solution display and user interface

Bluetooth connectivity

Precise windage/elevation adjustment

Optimized tube and knob configuration

Waterproof / fogproof / shockproof

 

SPECIFICATIONS:

Item No.MagnificationReticleObjective LensFocal PlaneTube DiameterSpecial FeatureField of View at 100 meters
8720-MSR2 IFS4-28 xMSR256 mmFirst Focal Plane (FFP)34 mmN/AN/A
Focal PlaneFirst Focal Plane (FFP)
Tube Diameter34 mm
Objective Lens56 mm
Field of View at 100 m.1.42-9 m at 100 m
Eye Relief3.54 in
Exit Pupil3.3 - 10.4 mm
Length15.4 in
Mounting AreaScope Rings
Weight40.6 oz
Diopter Adjustment Range-2 to +2 dpt
Wind/Elevation Click Value0.1 Mil Rad
Elevation Range at 100 m.26 mils
Wind Range at 100 m.6 mils
Parallax/FocusSide Focus
Parallax/Focus Range50 m to INF
Nitrogen FilledYes
Operating Temperature Range-40 to +160 Fahrenheit
Waterproof/FogproofSubmersible to 66 ft | Yes
BatteryReticle Illumination CR2032 / IFS Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA
8720-T3IFS4-28 xTremor 356 mmFirst Focal Plane (FFP)34 mmN/AN/A
Focal PlaneFirst Focal Plane (FFP)
Tube Diameter34 mm
Objective Lens56 mm
Field of View at 100 m.1.42-9 m at 100 m
Eye Relief3.54 in
Exit Pupil3.3 - 10.4 mm
Length15.4 in
Mounting AreaScope Rings
Weight40.6 oz
Diopter Adjustment Range-2 to +2 dpt
Wind/Elevation Click Value0.1 Mil Rad
Elevation Range at 100 m.26 mils
Wind Range at 100 m.6 mils
Parallax/Focus50 m to INF
Parallax/Focus RangeSide Focus
Nitrogen FilledYes
Operating Temperature Range-40 to +160 Fahrenheit
Waterproof/FogproofSubmersible to 66 ft | Yes
BatteryReticle Illumination CR2032 / IFS Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA

M7Xi IFS 4-28x56 is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from IFS The Steiner IFS is not for everyone. Like any computer, the info you get out is only as good as what you put in. With accurate inputs the scope works amazing. (Start with the updated 2.53 firmware, get a good zero on the rifle, check your muzzle velocity, get the correct BC for the projectile, shoot one batch of ammo, input data into iPad or phone and sync to scope. I have tested from a 22LR to a 338 Lapua and it’s been almost perfect. You dial until the distance on the display matches the actual distance you are shooting to and you are set. Wind is a variable that will never be mastered, but the scope allows you to input a wind direction and speed. (or use zero wind and guess) the elevation component is going to be really accurate. There is an option to add the Kestrel or the 1535 NM binoculars to the system... Hopefully the price will come down over time, so is it worth the extra 8 oz to the scope and the price depends on the customer and their needs. PS. The actual scope functions normally without the IFS and is one of the best in the world. Some of the best light transmission and anti reflective coatings. You can see the the animals in the shade under trees as you look into a setting sun. (Try that with any other brand of scope.) One con besides the added weight is the IFS eats batteries, so bring extra and expect to change them often. Hope this helps.
Date published: 2022-02-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Can’t believe I am sending this back 3x Just beside myself at this point. Nothing I have purchased from Steiner that takes a battery ever works very long. Great glass on this scope but it is now being sent back for the third (or maybe 4th time, I have lost track) for electronics failures. Do yourself a favor and get the version without the IFS. Really anything they make that takes a battery should be avoided. I have sent their pistol TOR Fusion laser/light combos back more than a half a dozen times. Just sent another back last week. Now this. Just unbelievable really. I am at a loss for words at this point.
Date published: 2024-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Intelligent Firing Solution and World Class Optics I have to two M7Xi iFS 4-28 x 56 scopes with the TREMOR3 reticle. One is mounted in an ERATAC adjustable scope mount and attached to a 50 BMG system. The second is mounted in a SPUHR and attached to a 338LM system. I have used both systems in ELR training and shooting for almost a year now. After my initial outstanding experience with the 50 BMG, I bought the second scope for the 338 LM. I can compare the optical quality directly to European and US top end scopes which I own and use. The optical clarity ranks at the top of the group, period. Edge to edge sharpness and contrast are also at the top, consistent with the pinnacle tier of military scopes. The IFS function has a moderate learning curve, and does take some time to understand all the details - but it is very thorough. The connection applications are not as well documented as I would like, but can be learned very quickly. Some of the functions, such as re-zeroing for traverse are located in the cartridge section - which makes sense once you start to apply offsets for suppressors or different loadings. However, there is no shortcut to ensuring all setup data is accurate and calibrations are performed for the sensors, especially after mounting on a rifle with a canted rail. I have compared the firing solutions to other ballistic solutions and HTI systems - It is FULLY accurate to the ballistic solutions of my other ELR processes. Accurate and precise ballistic solutions require extensive, accurate and verified inputs, again, no shortcuts. I now rely solely on the IFS solution for ELR shooting, along with an external rangefinder and wind measurement. In both scopes, I have the full elevation of 26 - 27 MILS using ~45 MOA of total cant. Once set up, the solutions are very quick to access and execute, much faster than using external ballistic calculator systems. Steiner has brought to market a very unique scope with a very powerful and accurate integrated firing solution. I could not be happier with the scopes. From a military and ELR standpoint, this is really a cutting edge design and implementation. I only wish I had access to the military binoculars to test the bluetooth connection and integration of the laser range finding solution. Very highly recommended.
Date published: 2022-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing I am the envy of everyone around when they see this scope. Glass and clarity is second to none. I put it on my Browning 300PRC and shot it out to 1000 yards with no problems at all.
Date published: 2023-11-08
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Can be found on line the manual instruction for the Steiner M7 isf in Italian Language? Tank you

Asked by: marco67
Unfortunately we do not have an Italian version of the manual. If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected]
Answered by: Steiner Tech Support
Date published: 2021-10-05

Connect Bluetooth Kestrel to ifs on m7xi What is the procedure? I can not get a connection 

Asked by: Anonymous
Please go here for more extensive troubleshooting: https://steiner.supportsync.com/
Answered by: Steiner Tech Support
Date published: 2023-12-20

Does this scope only support iphones.....or can it be used with androids as well. I am a life long android user, and REALLY don't want to switch.

Asked by: Honeybadger
You can use either one. You just need to download the Steiner Connect app.
Answered by: Steiner Technical Support
Date published: 2024-01-12

i like the scope but what range finder bluetooth will work with this scope

Asked by: Milen
They use our bluetooth adapter in conjunction with these https://www.steiner-optics.com/binoculars/military/m830r-lrf-military-8x30r-lrf
Answered by: Steiner Tech Support
Date published: 2023-05-26

How far out is the built in range finder accurate to?

Asked by: That one guy
The IFS is not equipped with a rangefinder. The displayed distance is based on the settings of the riflescope.
Answered by: Steiner Tech Support
Date published: 2023-05-04

The upload of the cartridge list aborts with an error message. The BT-connection between scope and smartphone is established and operable. Scope sensor data show up the IFS-App. Where can I find the exact procedure to upload cartridge data to the scope?

Asked by: ComputerEngineer
Please contact us at 888-550-6255 and we'll talk you through it. Alternatively please send us an email at [email protected] and we can go from there.
Answered by: Steiner Tech Support
Date published: 2023-05-26

Can the output be set to yards or will it just show meters?

Asked by: Gsport70
Yes it can in the ballistics settings.
Answered by: Steiner Technical Support
Date published: 2024-01-09

Can the M7Xi IFS scope connect via Bluetooth to a Kestrel for either environmental values, wind values or to receive ballistic solutions?

Asked by: AustinW
Yes it can!
Answered by: Steiner Tech Support
Date published: 2024-02-08
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