Konus Rifle Scope Konuspro F30 8-32x56


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The Konus Richtkijker Konuspro F30 8-32x56 is the newest addition to the rifle scope section of Konus. Opposite to the Konus M30 series, the F30 series features a First Focal Plane reticle. This means that the recticle becomes larger or smaller when you are zooming in or out. equipped with is completely water, fog and shockproof. The rifle scope features an engraved mil dot reticle that can be preset to a red or blue color. The brightness of the reticle can be adjusted to five different levels per color. The recticle has been equipped with a bubble level, making it perfect for longer distances (150 to 500 meters).

Konus Richtkijker Konuspro F30 8-32x56

The result of a multi-year development project. The technology in these riflescopes combine the most advanced techniques and professional specifications there are in the market all in one product. These models are among the best and most ultimate riflescopes. The sportsman that step into the field knowing that even the most difficult shot will be succesfull.

Suitable up to .375 H&H and Blanca air guns

 

Konus Rifle Scope Konuspro F30 8-32x56;Flip-up lenscovers; Sunshade; Cleaning cloth; Multi language manual; Colour packaging

Camera House Price: £394.99

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