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NcSTAR Mark III Tactical IR 4x32

NcSTAR Mark III Tactical IR 4x32

Was $89.99
  • List Price $119.99
  • Code: STM432GV2 · 30mm · Fixed ·
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Features:
Open Target Turrets
Fully Multi Coated Lenses
Built in sunshade
Quick focus eyepiece
Bullet drop compensator calibrated for the .223 cartridge with a 55 grain bullet
Reticules illuminate in Red or Green with multiple brightness setting
Integrated Quick Release weaver style/ picatinny mounting system

Specifications:
MAGNIFICATION:4X
TUBE DIA. N/A
OBJECTIVE DIA. (MM) 32.00
FOV (FEET AT 100 YARDS) 27.3
EYE RELIEF (in) 3.0
EXIT PUPIL(MM) 8
RETICLE: MIL-DOT
N.W(OZ.) 14.7
LENGTH (in) 6.63
CLICK VALUE : 1/4 M.O.A.
EXTERIOR FINISH: MATTE BLACK
LENS COATING: GREEN
MOUNT:INTEGRATED (WEAVER STYLE QUICK RELEASE)

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Specs
  • ManufacturerNcSTAR
  • ConditionNew
  • AONo
  • Eye Relief3"
  • IlluminationYes
  • MagnificationFixed
  • OpticsScope
  • RailWeaver
  • ReticleMil-Dot
  • Tube Size30mm
  • WarrantyLimited Lifetime
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Reviews
NcSTAR Mark III Tactical IR 4x32 Reviews
5 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
Steve
5 Stars

Very Nice Scope
July 2, 2009
I just received my NC Star Mark III...It's very impressive...just under 7" long. I purchased it specifically for a Baikal MP 514K, "Bull Pup"...it's a great match-up. The quick release Weaver mount is very easy to use... I zeroed in at 45'...it only took 12 or 15 shots...the optics are incredible...very bright and clear in all light...once zeroed, I hit 3 of 4 bulls in the black first try...lots of fun!...easy to mount and sight, a tad expensive, but what isn't that 's worth having? I bought it for backyard fun with the Baikal, but I'm sure it will match up well with lots of rifles. Highly recommend. Steve

Skylar
5 Stars

Amazing
May 2, 2009
I do not personally own one, but I was able to use one an it is incredible. The lighting effects are mind-blowing. Very accurate. A ad expensive though =/.



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Q&A
By roul from trinidad on December 13, 2011
Hello my question is do you recommend this scope for night shooting?
By Staff on January 7, 2012

Answer:
I would use a scope with a larger objective for shooting in low light. Try a 40mm or 50mm objective.
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 10, 2012

Answer:
Unless you have a flashlight, you won't be able to see a thing.

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