Redfield 2-7x33 Revolution Riflescope (4-Plex)

Redfield 2-7x33 Revolution Riflescope (4-Plex)

Redfield 2-7x33 Revolution Riflescope (4-Plex)

B&H # RE27X33RM4P MFR # 67080
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Product Highlights

  • 4-Plex Reticle; Second Focal Plane
  • 1" Main Tube Diameter
  • 1/4 MOA Impact Point Correction
  • Accu-Trac Finger-Adjustable Turrets
  • Nitrogen-Filled Fogproof / Waterproof
  • Made in USA
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Redfield 67080 overview

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The 2-7x33 Revolution Riflescope from Redfield features a weather-sealed housing and 4-Plex crosshair reticle. This close to mid-range scope uses Redfield's Illuminator Lens System to produce high-contrast views that are bright throughout the zoom range. Resettable, finger-adjustable Accu-Trac windage and elevation turrets allow impact point adjustments in 1/4 MOA increments. The Rapid Target Acquisition eyepiece with lockable setting enables the shooter to maintain the diopter correction for their vision. Additionally, the nitrogen-filled aluminum housing is built to deliver fogproof and waterproof performance.

Optical Performance
  • Magnification: 2-7x
  • Objective lens: 33mm
  • Main tube diameter: 1"
  • Eye relief: 3.7-4.2"
  • 4-Plex reticle: General purpose duplex crosshair pattern
  • Multicoated Illuminator Lens System
Use and Handling
  • 1/4 MOA impact point correction
  • Accu-Trac finger-adjustable turrets
  • Rapid Target Acquisition eyepiece with lockable setting
Construction Details
  • Nitrogen-filled for fogproof and waterproof performance
  • Weight: 11.1 oz
UPC: 030317670801
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Redfield 2-7x33 Revolution Riflescope (4-Plex)
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    Redfield 67080 specs

    Magnification 2.0 - 7.0x
    Objective Lens Diameter 33 mm
    Main-Tube Diameter 1"
    Reticle 4-Plex; second focal plane
    Field of View 43.2 - 17.3' @ 100 yd (14.4 - 5.8 m @ 100 m)
    Eye Relief 3.7 - 4.2"
    Exit Pupil Diameter 13.2 - 5.1 mm
    Impact Point Correction 1/4 MOA
    Maximum Windage/Elevation Adjustment 65 / 65 MOA
    Length 11" (28 cm)
    Weight 11.1 oz (315 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.1 x 3.3 x 2.0"

    Redfield 67080 reviews

    2-7x33 Revolution Riflescope (4-Plex) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best in class This is the fourth Revelution scope that I've purchased for different rifles in the past five years. Reason being: they kick the shorts off of competitors in the price range. I also own a Zeiss Conquest scope, and conducting a side by side comparison, same power, distance, and varying light conditions, the Redfield is just as bright and clear. Even though the Zeiss has more features (frills), it's not superior to the Redfield when you aim and pull the trigger at more tha twice the cost! My only complaint about the Revolution (hence, the four star rating) has to do with the turrets. Click adjustments can be difficult to detect and caps and turrets are convex not flat. Using a level to set up the scope is not possible. Otherwise, the Revolution line is world class.
    Date published: 2014-09-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from good basic scope Came in good time, NIB, mounted easily and functions well on a Mini Thirty with Butler Creek folding stock. 7 power is plenty for this little cannon. 5 stars because it works and is exactly as expected. I don't know anything about scopes. It had great reviews.
    Date published: 2015-04-06
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very nice value for the $ I have minimal comparison between scopes in actual use. Looking through them at the shop at short distances indoors is a so-so way. With many in this price range that are assembled in the far east, that was a downer but expected. I was pleased these are USA. The following were prospective scopes for a Marlin M60 in the variable 2-7 format: Burris Fullfield II, Vortex Diamondback, Vortex Crossfire and Leupold Rifleman. No Nikon dealers to try the P model so it was not available for consideration. The Burris did not appear very bright and I tried two samples in the shop. The Vortex both looked pretty good, good brightness, crosshairs were crisp and contrasty. Click adjustments were defined. The Redfield and Luepold were next and to me the overall characteristics seemed almost identical. The Leupold may have been a tiny bit brighter and the turrets a bit nicer in adjustments. As nice as the Leupold is, the Redfield was the choice to remain with budget. B&H bundled this with the Smith safetly glasses which makes them a great deal. My sample the adjustment detents are a bit soft so I've clicked over 2 thinking it was one. Just have to go slow and feel for that subtle click. The 10/22 has a Leupold M8 4X which I really like but this new Redfieled has me debating replacing that one. For the $$ and a USA scope, the Redfield has my vote.
    Date published: 2016-03-07
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