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Designed for patrol and tactical operations, the rugged P4Xi scopes offer clear images and a fast-action reticle to tackle every day use or sudden action.
The P4Xi 4-16x56 is a medium range scope with 34mm tube, an illuminated front focal plane Special Competition Reticle (SCR™) and side parallax adjustment.
Included Accessories: Battery, Lens Cloth, Lens Cover
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Steiner’s Special Competition Reticle (SCR) is a proprietary reticle designed by Steiner for precision shooting use. An extended illumination area lets the shooter engage targets at long distance even in low light. The vertical crosshair features 1/2-mil marks for distance holdover. The horizontal crosshair offers 1/2-mil and 2/10-mil lines for windage
The windage and elevation knobs
are designed for precise adjustment. The dials are calibrated so that 1 click equals 1 cm @ 100 meters or .1 mRAD for the 4-16x.
scope tubes are milled from solid, high-grade aluminum stock so there are no welds or seams, for greater strength and durability.
|Item No.||Magnification||Reticle||Objective Lens||Focal Plane||Tube Diameter||Special Feature||Field of View at 100 meters|
|5221||4-16 x||SCR||56 mm||First||34 mm||N/A||6.9-27.5 ft at 100 yds|
Does the P4xi 4-6x56 have the HD glass like the T5xi?
Odd, after 2 weeks, my question just disappeared. Is the P4XI rated for use with heavy recoil cartridges like 50 BMG, 408/375 CheyTac, and the 378 Weatherby based cartridges?
Does the Steiner 4-16 x56 tactical scope have a type of Zero Stop mechanism in its turrets?
Is there a sunshade you can recommend/that will fit the pxi-4-16x56? What do you think of the Aadland flip-up covers for this scope?
What is the major difference between the p-series 4-16x56 and the T-series 3-15x50 (in term of glasses, turret)? Is P-series a Burris made Steiner?
Does this model use German glass?
What is the eye relief of this model? The specification sheet indicates .5-4.0". Is that correct?
Ia the P4Xi 4-16x56 ffp or sfp?
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