Schmidt & Bender 5-25x56 PM II LP LRR-MIL 1cm CCW DT MTC LT / ST ZS LT Rifle Scope

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Schmidt & Bender 5-25x56 PM II LP LRR-MIL 1cm CCW DT MTC LT / ST ZS LT Rifle Scope

The Schmidt & Bender 5-25x56 PM II LP LRR-MIL Featuring the brand new reticle the LRR-MIL which is a brand new milliradian based inteligent reticle designed for the tactical precision shooter.

The particular of riflescope that the LRR-MIL is paired with is a Schmidt & Bender PM II 5-25x56 LP MTC LT DT / ST with a CCW turret rotation. This is the latest model of the Schmidt & Bender 5-25x56 PM II riflescope and it features a MTC - More Tacticle click on both the elevation and windage turret, a Zero click and a locking turret.

The Schmidt & Bender PM II 5-25x56 LP LRR-MIL is a first focal plane riflescope and the designed of this advanced reticle comes from the cosultation from many respected and proven operators from tactical communities across the globe.

The LRR-MIL reticle of theSchmidt & Bender 5-25x56 PM II LP LRR-MIL is a purpose built reticle that offers an updated, non cluttered, easy to reference and more inteligent mil-based reticle with proper aiming and ranging capabilities.

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Brand Schmidt & Bender
Popularity Schmidt & Bender 5-25x56 PM II LP LRR-MIL 1cm CCW DT MTC LT / ST ZS LT Rifle Scope
SKU 677-911-41C-B2-A8
Illuminated Reticle Yes
Tube Diameter 34 mm
Highest Magnification 21x-30x
Reticle Plane First
Schmidt & Bender 5-25x56 PM II LP LRR-MIL 1cm CCW DT MTC LT / ST ZS LT Rifle Scope Specifications

About the LRR-Mil Reticle

THE RETICLE CONTAINS THREE MAJOR COMPONENTS IN ITS ARCHITECTURE They include the main reticle

Schmidt & Bender 5-25x56 PM II LP LRR-MIL 1cm CCW DT MTC LT / ST ZS LT Rifle Scope - Features

The power identification markings are located at the lower right hand quadrant of the field of view. This is unique and represents a smart, user-friendly design that allows the operator to see which power setting they have the riflescope set to without having to break away from their shooting position. The power setting is indicated by referencing the corresponding number to edge of the field of view, while looking through the scope.

As an added bonus, Schmidt & Bender added two supporting mathematical formulas at the lower left and right of the reticle's center at the six o'clock position. The formulas are visible when the riflescope is set on its lowest magnification. The formulas reference solutions for determining "Distance in Meters" as well as "Target Size in Meters". This information helps to support the operator while in the field and behind their weapon.

The LRR-Mil™ reticle has a clean, uncluttered and easy to understand meter and half-meter ranging scale, in the lower left quadrant. This ranging scale allows for a 200 meter to 1500 meter range estimating option. In support of the scale, Schmidt & Bender has incorporated easy to read instructions along the scale's vertical and horizontal edges. This allows for quick field reference and reduces the learning curve of this feature.

THE RETICLE CONTAINS THREE MAJOR COMPONENTS IN ITS ARCHITECTURE

They include the main reticle, the power identification indicator, and the meter and half-meter ranging scale. This is an illuminated reticle, and the center dot and center cross are the only portions of the reticle that illuminate. The reticle’s milliradian (mil) math is based upon the metric system, and references 0.1 mil, 0.2 mil, 0.5 mil, and whole mil increments throughout. (Example: 0.1 Mil = 1.0 centimeter at 100 meters AND 1.0 Mil = 10 centimeters at 100 meters).

EASY CENTERING OF THE TARGET

The main reticle incorporates three reference lines from the edge of the field of view at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock positions, which allows for quick and easy centering of the target. The horizontal lines, from 3 and 9 o’clock positions, are represented as solid bold conical-shaped line reticles from the edge of the field of view to the 5.0 mil marks, which greatly aids in fast target acquisition in low light or when challenged with shadowed backgrounds.

The vertical legs are represented as a single line reticle. The upper vertical leg of the reticle extends above center, towards 12 o’clock, for 3 mils of value, in 0.1 mil increments. The mils are numbered and clearly marked, for easy reference, in even numbers, from 2 – 10 mils, on the horizontal leg and on the lower vertical leg. In addition to this, the 20 and 30 mil marks are also indicated in numerical fashion, with indicators at 15 and 25 mil marks. The center aiming point is an ultra-fine dot covering just 0.16 cm at 100 meters, which allows for precise shot placement. Adding to this, the dot is surrounded by an interrupted center cross. The interruptions are 0.1 mil spaced, and aids the shooter in quick ranging or estimating while maintaining the center of the reticle on the primary target. They also serve well for hold-off, hold-over, and hold-under aiming corrections.

From the center of the reticle, to the 2.0 mil mark, the reticle is graduated in a 0.1 mil increment scale, and then converts to a 0.2 mil increment scale from the 2.0 mil mark to the 4.0 mil mark.

FINE GRADUATED RANGING AND ESTIMATING BOX

On the horizontal reticle, beginning at the 4.0 mil mark, and extending to the 5.0 mil mark, at both the 3 and 9 o’clock positions, there is a

fine graduated ranging and estimating box, consisting of 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, and 1.0 mil graduations for reference. This is for assistance in dealing with very distant or small targets. On the 6 o’clock vertical leg, beginning at the 5.0 mil mark, the reticle has 0.5 mil and 1.0 mil graduation marks down the remaining portion of the reticle.