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The 4x32 Contour Riflescope (Black Matte) from Barska combines performance and innovation in a compact scope without sacrificing dependability, durability or workmanship. Offering low magnification with reasonable eye relief, this riflescope is ideal for the close-range action of cross-bow hunting, pistol shooting or basic rimfire use. Engineered with rigid shockproof construction, the Contour can even handle the demands of shotguns and other high recoil weapons.
The 4x32 Contour is compact with a black matte finish. It has a Crossbow reticle, almost 6 inches of eye relief and fully coated optics. The windage and elevation turrets have ¼ MOA click value adjustments and the parallax settings are calibrated relatively low. The Contour is waterproof, fogproof and shockproof and compact in size with low magnification. This is a very versatile riflescope for a very wide variety of shooting activities. And it is backed by Barska's Limited Lifetime Warranty.
- Black matte finish
- ¼ MOA click adjustments
- 1" single tube construction for rugged durability
- Shockproof, waterproof and fogproof protection
- Fully-coated lenses increase light transmission with an anti-reflective layer of coating on all air-to-glass lens surfaces
- The Crossbow reticle has standard crosshairs with two curved arcs descending from the horizontal crosshair. A series of three lines connecting the arcs and intersecting the vertical gives the shooter the ability to judge bullet or arrow drop