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Athlon Talos BTR Gen 2 APLR2 IR 4-14x44, First Focal Plane

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The Athlon Optics Talos BTR Gen 2 4-14x44 rifle scope gives you lots of top quality features at a price that won't bust your budget for a scope that helps you add accuracy to every shot.

The scope is fog proof, nitrogen purged, waterproof, and shockproof, and the 30mm tube is made using aircraft grade aluminum, so you know this scope will stand up to hard use in the field. You can adjust the windage and elevation turrets in a range of 20 mil, using .1 mil clicks.

The Athlon Talos BTR Gen 2 also gives you a generous field of view and eye relief between 3.23" and 3.15" for use even on guns with recoil. Unlike cheaper scopes, this one features a first focal plane reticle, so you don't have to keep changing your holdover calculations when you change your magnification. You can just set it, zoom in or out, and shoot.

The FFP MIL etched glass reticle gives you plenty of options for windage and elevation marks for fast and accurate shooting, including Christmas tree markings on the bottom half. And for those times when it's hard to pick out the reticle against the target or background, it lets you activate red illumination.

If you're in the market for an affordable scope for quick and easy hunting and precise shots, get an Athlon Optics Talos BTR Gen 2 4-14x44 rifle scope at Airgun Depot now.

Athlon Optics 4-14x44 Talos BTR Gen 2, FFP Mil IR, 0.1 MIL, 30mm

  • 4-14x magnification
  • 44mm objective lens 
  • 30mm tube diameter
  • 3.23-3.15” eye relief
  • 10 yds to infinity side focus parallax adjustment
  • 27.2-7.9 feet Field of view at 100 yards
  • 20 MIL total elevation and windage adjustment
  • 0.1 MIL click adjustments
  • 12.9 “long
  • 25.9 oz
  • First Focal Plane
  • Illuminated APLR2 Reticle
  • Etched Glass Reticle
  • Multicoated lenses
  • 6061 T6 aircraft grade aluminum
  • Waterproof
  • Fog proof
  • Shockproof recoil resistance
  • Nitrogen purged
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  • Manufacturer Athlon Optics
  • Condition New
  • Accessories Type Scopes
  • Warranty Lifetime limited warranty
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By D oh dubyaSeptember 11, 2022

Butler Creek flip up caps size 19 and 31. Primary arms 4-14x44 scope sunshade fits perfect. All in all....a good scope for my crosman 1077, set up as a 10 yard silhouette plinker.

Side focus parallax. Clear glass. Christmas tree reticle. The W & E turrets are less mushy than my vortex diamondback.

Dang reticle is so tiny at low magnification, impossible to see with my aging eyeballs. Need at least 8x to see reticle. That's the nature of first focal plane. Cheap scope covers. Two caps connected with rubber bands. Small eyebox that gets even smaller as magnification goes up.

By RandyUSANovember 29, 2018

After shopping around for a nice scope that did not break the bank, an AD rep reccomended this scope due to its high quality and ability to use the discount code available at the time. It was easy to zero in, crystal clear through its range of magnification and seems to be the high quality piece it was described as.

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Have a Gamo swarm magnum, can this scope handle that kind of recoil? Also, The Talos BTR, what does the "BTR" stand for?

asked Steven from USA

What rings would I use to mount this scope to a Aspen Seneca .25?

asked Gerald from USA

Any 30mm rings with an 11 mm dovetail !

Rusty from USA

What kind is adjustable mounts do I need to mount a Athlon scope to a Gammo magnum?

asked Derek from USA

These are the Adjustable scope rings for the 30mm tube scope. AGD-A7561 $69.99

Mark from USA

Dear sir, Before ordering, I want to be certain that the reticle of this Talos SF IR 4-14x44, First Focal Plane is a Mil Dot. Regards

asked Jean-michel

Can this scope handle a strong spring powered gun?

asked Jon

Will this scope survive on a magnum spring piston rifle like the RWS mod 48?

asked Robert from USA
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