The NEW MTC Viper Pro 10×44

A new clarity of vision. MTC scopes have always been the smart shooter’s choice.

MTC Viper Pro 10x44

Now the scopes themselves have just become a lot smarter with the introduction of a new fixed magnification scope – the NEW Viper Pro 10×44.

Featuring the Viper Pro’s ‘Smart’ range turret that is geared to make up to 3 rotations of the turret relate to a single rotation of a customisable range display window. The new scope makes dialling to the required range a certainty as there is virtually no chance of running out of elevation and cannot be rotated past one turn.

The scope contains all the features you would expect of such a top end, high quality scope such as illumination and side parallax. Lenses in the 10×44 are of note as they contain a special type of glass for the brightest image as well as being tuned to work with modern scope cameras and digital night sites.

MTC Viper Pro 10x44

For more information on the new scope go to the MTC website. For customers in the Americas click here.

Key Features

  • Fixed 10x magnification for best optical performance
  • Super bright multi coated optics for a new standard of light transfer
  • Patented magnetic, rotating flip-up lens covers
  • Patented magnifying lens in rear cover for head-up display of turret or parallax marketing
  • Range ‘window’ on elevation turret
  • ‘Smart’ range turret; geared to make up to 3 rotations of the turret relate to a single rotation of a customisable range display window
  • Side parallax
  • Illuminated reticle with separate on/off bottom
  • Waterproof, fog-proof, shockproof & nitrogen purged
  • SCB2 multi-point reticle

Specification

  1. Magnification – Fixed 10
  2. Objective lens diameter – 44 mm
  3. Exit pupil – 4.4 mm
  4. Eye relief – 100 mm
  5. Parallaz-free setting 10–infinity
  6. Adjustment per click – ¼” at 100 yards
  7. Tube diameter – 30 mm
  8. Internal adjustment range – 35 MOA
  9. Field of view – 3.5 mm at 10 m
  10. Weight – 750 g
  11. Viper Pro 10×44 SRP – £349

 

By |2017-06-28T09:04:00+00:00June 23rd, 2017|Airguns, British Shooting Show, Optics, Shooting June 17|0 Comments

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