Precision Defence Industries as proud IOR Australian dealers, presents the IOR Recon 4-28×50 40mm Tactical scope. It really is one of the finest compact tactical riflescopes ever built. The little brother of the Crusader, the Recon boasts similar features in a substantially more compact package (total scope length is only 14inches) with greater adjustment range (approx 7mrad more than the crusader – that’s equivalent to an extra 24MOA!).
With HDF low dispersion glass from Schott Glassworks, Germany and the broad band fully multicoating MC-7 IOR technology ,the resulting optical clarity and brightness will allow the shooter to see details that would be otherwise impossible to resolve, Sambar across valleys in the shadows beware.
The 40mm tube is the same as the crusaders and dramatically reduces the whip and vibration effects associated with large magnum calibers and enables 35 mil (aprox 125 MOA) of vertical adjustment, along with the best internal mechanisms in the world (this is the scope that scored a perfect score on the Precision Rifle Blogs scope tests) this scope is an ideal choice for Long range and ELR Rifle systems.
The ocular parallax adjustment system also allows the scope to focus as close as 21 feet @ 28x power (that’s focussed, on 28x power at only 6m).
- MAGNIFICATION 4x-28x
- OBJECTIVE SIZE 50mm
- FIELD OF VIEW (100 YDS.) 58 Ft. to 6 Ft.
- EXIT PUPIL 1.7- 12.5 mm
- EYE RELIEF 3.85 INCH
- DIOPTRE ADJUSTMENT -3 TO +3 DPT.
- RETICLE-TOTAL ADJUSTMENT RANGE 36 MRAD @ 100 YDS.
- CLICK VALUE 0.1 MRAD @ 100 YDS.
- TUBE DIAMETER 40 MM
- LENGTH 14 INCH
- WEIGHT 39 OZ.
Also Available as a package with the ARC 45MOA Unimount which is Ideal for 0MOA Pic rails as it maximises usable travel:
The M10 QD-L features two innovative spring-loaded, pivoting rail clamps. Due to the high placement of the pivot and the design’s inherently low friction, the pivoting clamps impart the majority of the clamping force upon the rail, not the ring. The resulting efficiency enables tighter clamping than that offered by conventional levers. Moreover, the pivoting rail clamps won’t get stuck like levers do and don’t need to be adjusted for variations in rail size. They offer real QD functionality enabling the shooter to remove and reattach a scope in seconds. The thumb screws are made from 410 stainless steel and are captivated by an O-ring so you won’t lose them. Their knurled and comparatively inconspicuous design offers a secure grip while making them less prone than levers to snagging equipment or brush.
The M10 QD-L features a crowned-rail interface which precisely and correctly engaged rails, even those which fail to meet Mil and STANAG specification. The result is excellent return-to-zero performance.
The M10 QD-L holds firmly without marring or indenting the scope.
The uniquely split rings of the M10 QD-L maintain reticle alignment during scope installation while their low profile leaves the shooter with a clear view of the turrets.
Extremely strong and light-weight the M10 QD-L is CNC machined from 7075 aluminum alloy and anodized with a mil-spec hard coat for excellent corrosion resistance and a matte-black finish.
Stainless steel hardware is used throughout.
Torque spec: 5.6 N-m (50 in-lbs) on scope clamp screws. Maximum finger tight on rail clamp thumb screws.