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The T5Xi Series brings unmatched clarity, accuracy and self-assurance to any situation, from combat to competition. Precise German engineering, rugged U.S. construction, slick Never-Lost™ turrets, and new SCR™ reticle gives you the victor's edge in close-quarter battle, mid and long-range shooting.
The 3-15 T5Xi model has a more compact design and allows for parallax focus down to 25 yards.
Medium range scope with 34mm tube, illuminated etched glass, front focal plane with your choice of Special Competition Reticle (SCR™) or Horus H59 reticle. Second Rotation Indicator shows each mll of elevation through the indication window on the elevation turret.
The T5Xi is now available in MOA, with a specially designed SCR-MOA reticle. Item number 5114
- Magnification 3x-15x
- Tube Diameter 34 mm
- Length 13.1"
- Battery CR 2450
- Item no. 5112 (SCR reticle, MIL)
- Item no. 5114 (SCR reticle, MOA)
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One-Piece Oversized 34mm Tube
increases strength and reliability and provides greater elevation and windage adjustments for longer ranges.
Special Competition Reticle (SCR™)
designed by Steiner for precision competition use. Located on the first focal plane, it offers an extended illumination area, 2/10-mil windage and 1/2-mil holdover lines. 1/10-mil ranging brackets allow for precise distance ranging.
Licensed from HorusVision, the H59™ reticle is a "field-tuned" version of the H58. They widened the horizontal grid by one mil for increased wind holdover, and the center cross has been turned into a "broken cross" so groupings are less obscured and more easily seen.
Tapered, All Metal Magnification Ring
is angled so the shooter can see his magnification setting while positioned directly behind the scope.
Large, Easy-to-Grip Windage/Elevation/Parallax/Illumination Knobs
for positive, non-slip adjustment of the diopter, reticle and parallax settings.
Second Rotation Indicator
a Steiner exclusive that shows each mil or elevation through the indicator window on the elevation turret. After the first 120 clicks, the mil numbers on the scale change automatically preventing the shooter from getting lost on the dial.
that prevents accidental rotation of the diopter.
Consistent Eye Relief
and a generous eye box throughout the magnification range eliminates the need to reposition your eye when changing magnification.
Throw Lever / Lens Covers
that allow quick, easy magnification changes and Tenebraex covers protect the lenses from dust and moisture.
|Item No.||Magnification||Reticle||Objective Lens||Focal Plane||Tube Diameter||Special Feature||Field of View at 100 yds|
|5112||3-15x||SCR™ MIL||50 mm||1st||34 mm||Resettable turrets, 2nd rotation indicator, locking diopter||36.0 - 7.3|
|5114||3-15x||SCR - MOA||50 mm||1st||34 mm||Resettable turrets, 2nd rotation indicator, locking diopter||36 - 7.3|
I have an Springfield M1A Scout Rifle which I have mounted a Sadlak Airborne Scope Mount. Would the Steiner T5Xi 3-15x50 be a suitable optic for shooting targets <700 yards and if so which rings would I need?
I was originally interest in the 3X-12X-56mm G2 Mil-Dot but is the 50mm sufficient for a Steyr 30 for shots out to 1,000yds.
I am considering the T5Xi 3-15x50 in combination with the Brobo SCAR 34MM mount for use on a FN SCAR17. The SCAR has a unique recoil impulse that is known to be devastating to lesser optics. Will Steiner stand behind the use of this combo?
I recently saw this scope at a store and am considering using it for my Remington 700 in .308. What MOA pic base is best to use to get a 100 yd zero and also be able to reach out pass 500 yds? Doesn't seem to be much internal adjustment.
Do the 3-15 and 5-25 t5xi models come with an optional sunshade?
I am going to build a custom .308 and I'm thinking of using your T5Xi 3-15x50 and I'm curious what the weight is.
What height size mount should I use with a POF P308? I am wanting to use a 20moa mount.
Does the 3-15 model number 5114 have the adjustments on the dials in MOA? The photo on the website for this model shows the dials in Mils. I’m using this scope on a Smith&Wesson Performance Center M&P 10 6.5creedmoor. What rings should be used?
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