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Trigger: Two stage adjustable SAT (Smooth Action Trigger) - Safety Manual Stock - Stock: Tough All Weather molded Synthetic - Butt Plate: SWA (Shock Wave Absorber) Recoil pad with up to 74% recoil absorption - Cheekpiece: Thin cheekpad molded on each side for both Right hand and Left hand shooters - Checkering: Non-Slip texture design on grip and forearm Optics - Scope Ramp: Raised Rail - Scope: 3-9x40 air rifle scope with adjustable objective.
The adjustable objective focuses the image of the target onto the plane of the reticle for a given distance.
I also knew that his Swarovski scope's adjustable objective had been set on 500 yards for glassing the canyon and was probably set at 16-power.
Also, higher magnification makes parallax worse, the reason any riflescope with magnification more than 10X usually has some means of easy parallax correction, whether an adjustable objective lens or the focus knob found on the left side of many of today's scopes.
The 4-12X and 6-20X versions have adjustable objective lenses, and all 40/44 Series scopes are waterproof, shockproof, and fogproof, and have fully multi-coated lenses.
Engineered with an adjustable objective lens for parallax correction and easy-grip target turrets, Excavator features multi-coated optics and 1-inch monotube construction.
The scope has a handsome matte finish, while the power and adjustable objective rings turn smoothly and with a feeling of precision.
This 3 to 15 power scope features an adjustable objective with 1/4 minute target knobs.