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The new P4Xi riflescope is a compact, tactical optic that is ideal for patrol rifles and AR platforms. This scope features a proven and versatile 4x zoom system with a true 1x that is perfect for close-quarters engagements and 400-yard accuracy at the highest magnification.
High-contrast optics deliver outstanding results under poor light conditions. Steiner’s P3TR illuminated reticle is quick pointing and offers 11 levels of illumination for day or night operations.
OPTIC OF THE YEAR!
The Steiner P4Xi won the NRA's Shooting Illustrated Optic of the Year for 2018. “Lightweight and easy to use, the Steiner P4Xi 1-4x24 scope will be a first-rate choice for patrol rifles and AR platforms.... [Y]ou can’t ask much more from a quality piece of tactical shooting glass.”
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ONE PIECE 30MM TUBE
for increase strength and reliability.
provides maximum range at the high end and true eyes-open situational awareness at low magnification.
CONSISTENT EYE RELIEF
and a generous eye box throughout the magnification range.
LOW PROFILE TURRETS / ILLUMINATION CONTROLS
are less likely to hang up or snag during movement.
with 5 day/4 low Light/2 NV levels. An “Off” position between all 11 settings completely disconnects the battery at each off position to prevent battery drain.
durable construction you can trust to stand up to any cold or wet conditions.
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What are the diameters of the ocular and objective (for the purposes of lens covers)?
How would this work on a 22LR Anshutz rifle, I'm looking for something that works well for short as well as 100+ yard range. thanks
What is the difference between the 5201 & 5102?
Are the turrets Zero Stop adjustable?
Does Steiner offer a military discount for Active duty?
What is the weight of this scope in oz?
Will the illuminated dot be blurred by astigmatism? I've noticed in some etched glass it doesn't (prism scopes), but I looked at another scope where just a dot was illuminated and it was distorted.
I have astigmatism, would this scope work for me?
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