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Element Optics Helix 6-24x50 FFP, APR-2D MOA Reticle

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The Element Optics Helix 6-24x50 FFP MOA scope gives you the options you need at a surprisingly affordable price considering what you get. Built for fast shooting in intense situations, it gives you the cutting edge technology you expect from Element, including durable turrets, fully multicoated glass for a clear sight picture, and a reticle packed with useful features.

The APR MOA reticle was designed for all purpose shooting by Matt Dubber, and it gives you plenty of features intended for distance shooting and fast focusing. It's an FFP reticle (first focal plane), so you get accurate readings at any magnification, and it has 1/4, 1, 2, and 4 MOA dots and lines, and a Christmas tree holdover portion at the bottom to increase your long range accuracy, with plenty of markings for when you don't have time to dial an adjustment.

This scope gives you side focus without parallax from 10 yards to infinity, a removable magnification throw lever, and 3.7" to 4" of eye relief. The lenses give you a crisp picture under different weather and light conditions because they're waterproof, nitrogen purged, fogproof, and shockproof.

The turrets hold up to repeated adjustments better than competing scopes because they use stainless steel components on the inside, so they won't wear down after long use like those made with more fragile metals. You can adjust them without tools, they have a hard mechanical zero stop, are resettable, and have a windage range of 40 MOA and an elevation range of 65 MOA, and they adjust 15 MOA per turn, in 1/4 MOA clicks.

If you want a scope with a sophisticated reticle designed to take your shooting to the next level, get an Element Optics Helix 6-24x50 FFP scope today at Airgun Depot.



Element Optics Helix 6-24x50 FFP, APR-2D MOA Reticle Features:

  • 30mm tube
  • 50mm objective
  • Aircraft grade aluminum
  • 3.7"-4" eye relief
  • 9.1-2.2mm exit pupil
  • Field of view: 18.3'-4.6' @ 100yds.
  • Tool free resettable turrets
  • Hard mechanical zero stop
  • Elevation range: 65 MOA, with 1/4 MOA clicks
  • Windage range: 40 MOA, with 1/4 MOA clicks
  • 15 MOA per turret revolution
  • Side parallax: 10yds to infinity
  • Removable magnification throw lever
  • Fully multicoated lenses
  • APR-2D FFP (first focal plane) MOA reticle
  • Waterproof, shockproof, fogproof
  • Nitrogen purged
  • Includes sunshade, rubber lens caps, and lens cloth
  • Length: 14.3"
  • Weight: 26oz
  • Platinum Lifetime Warranty
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Specs
  • Manufacturer Element Optics
  • Condition New
  • Accessories Type SCOPES
  • Warranty Lifetime limited warranty
  • Weight 1.60
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By GeorgeUSAAugust 21, 2022 Verified Purchase

Being in Arizona in monsoon season at 5000+ ft we have had temperatures from 65-98 and humidity from 12%-89%. I've had no fogging issues and have no plans to soak it in a bucket of water for a leak check. 4" of eye relief means I have eye clearance for an elephant rifle! Someone please test it out on a Barret Light 50.

Pros
This is the most sophisticated scope I have ever owned; my rifle shooting days go back to the mid 1970's when I got into large bore Metallic Silhouette. I own a lot of high-end scopes. This one goes way beond any of those target scopes I used quite successfully back then. I bought the Helix for my FX M3 but it's a bit more scope than I need plinking and ground squirrel eradication in the back yard and is now mounted on my 220 Swift where it can stretch its legs. I love the Christmas tree recital as the area I shoot has a strong cross wind, so not having to re-adjust for the next shot is a time saver. High tech Kentucky windage and elevation. This is the first, "First Focal Plane" scope I have used so it takes some getting used to. I also love the Stainless-Steel turret teeth; my older target scopes got a little mushy after years of adjustment out to 500 meters and back. This one should still be working long after I'm gone.

Cons
I'm sure the thousand-yard guys would like these in 30-40-60 power option.

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