Predator 4 6-24x50
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The NEW Predator 4 riflescopes offers a compact, lightweight design while providing the military ruggedness and durability you’ve come to expect from Steiner! Best-in-class optical clarity, with a massive field of view to deliver industry leading light transmission, and outstanding results in low light conditions.
The Predator 4 riflescope features an illuminated, second focal plane E3 reticle designed specifically for hunters! The E3 reticle is in second (rear) focal plane which allows your crosshairs to remain fully visible, regardless of magnification setting. The E3 reticle also offers 5 MPH and 10 MPH crosswind reference marks for every 100 yard increment; and provides BDC (bullet drop compensation) holdover marks for each 100 yard increment along the lower vertical cross hair. The illumination has 11 total brightness levels (5 day/6 night), and can easily be fine-tuned with a dial on the side of the scope.
The Predator 4 comes in a variety of zoom options to fit your exact hunting needs.
Included Accessories: Battery, Lens Cloth, Lens Cover
FREE Custom Turret from Kenton Industries with the Purchase of a Predator 4 Riflescope. USA Only.
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- Rugged and lightwight
- Best-In-Class optical clarity
- Massive field of view
- Industry leading light transmission
- Versatile for different hunting pursuits
- Predator diamond coating
|Item No.||Magnification||Reticle||Objective Lens||Focal Plane||Tube Diameter||Special Feature||Field of View at 100 meters|
|8773||6-24x||E3||50 mm||2nd||30 mm||-||-|
I’m new to long range shooting. I bought this scope and trying to figure the total moa as I have a 20moa rail. Probably don’t need it but whatever. It’s my hunting rifle and I also want to try some longer target shooting. What is total moa for this sco
where are the preditator scopes made
I want to mount a Steiner Predator 4 6-24x50 E3 SFP Riflescope 8773 on a Sauer 101 rifle with iron sit already on it. Which mount should I buy. I understand I need a mounting rail so the scope mounts can mount on them.
Is the elevation turret finger adjustable, or requires a tool?
I am looking for clear glass under a little lower light conditions to shoot on my 600 yard range. My 6 by 24 Nikon worked great for many years but now i have to look elsewhere.Will this work for me?
Where do I buy the scope from I'm in England
does scope have a battery
What is the best scope you offer for low light hunting
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