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Firefield Tactical 8-32x50AO IR Riflescope, 8-32x50 FF13045
$99.79 $126.94 Save 21%
Code: VP-RS-FF13045
MPN: FF13045
UPC: 810119018434
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Firefield Tactical 8-32x50AO IR Riflescope Product Info

Serious shooters should scoop up the Firefield Tactical 8-32x50AO IR Riflescope with Red/Green Mil-dot Reticle FF13045. The Firefield Tactical 8-32x50AO IR Rifle Scope is the ideal scope for the multipurpose shooter. This scope features an Illuminated, red or green, mil-dot reticle. The battery life for the adjustable illumination is between 80-150 hours while the objective lens has parallax adjustment, adjustable from 15 yards to infinity; it gives the shooter the ability to accurately engage targets from any range. This presents a great advantage for competition shooters and high powered air guns. This excellent Rife Scope from Firefield is water and fog proof with operating temperatures between -20 degrees and 60 degrees Celsius, making it a versatile tool for any environment. Easy grip windage and elevation turrets on the top and side of the scope allow the shooter to fine tune the reticle for bullet drop ensuring greater accuracy. The Firefield Tactical IR Gun Scope weighs only 28 ounces but can handle up to 1200g’s of recoil. Included with the scope are flip-up lens covers and one inch riflescope rings. Don't go shooting with out it.

Firefield FF13045: Tactical 8-32x50AO IR Riflescope, 8-32x50

Specifications for Firefield Tactical 8-32x50AO Weapon Scope:

Reticle: Illuminated, red or green, mil-dot
Battery life: 80-150 hours
Operating Temperatures: -20°C - 60°C

Features of Firefield Tactical Gun Scope:

  • Red/green illuminated mil-dot reticle
  • Second focal plane reticle
  • Multi-coated optics
  • Weatherproof
  • Easy grip windage and elevation turrets
  • Adjustable objective lens for parallax adjustment

Package Contents:

  • Firefield Tactical 8-32x50AO IR Riflescope

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Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review Great Scope. by Legacy Reviewer, July 3, 2014
I was looking for a good operating scope for a reasonable price and after some research I purchased the 8-32x50 Firefield scope. I'm very happy I did. I Can read the printing on the targets at 25 yards and brings target up close which is what I was l...
2/2 found this helpful
Most Recent Review Seems good... by Dave, March 23, 2015
It's a monster compared to my previous scope (CenterPoint? 4x16). Needed a cheap scope for my .22 and got this hoping to fit the bill. Build quality seems to be decent. The included rear flip cap works great, the front fit is a bit loose and will fal...
Most Recent Review Good value for light duty range scope by free for now, August 30, 2014
I needed a scope for long range shooting training, but would get little use because the rifle it sits on is usually red dot plus magnifier. So i was not going to pay up for another night force or leupold or vortex. This scope has a good view, very ...
1/1 found this helpful
Most Recent Review nice and cheap by bigjunk1, August 25, 2014
I have used this scope on a .223 AR15 for about a year and a few hundred rounds. At first I was worried because the cross hairs did not line up perfectly with the turrets and battery so if I look down the scope and have the cross hairs level the turr...
2/2 found this helpful
Most Recent Review Firefield 8-32x50 mm Riflescope by Legacy Reviewer, March 5, 2014
I fired my rifle twice and it broke something internally.
0/2 found this helpful
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