Schmidt & Bender 3-12x50 PMII/LP/MTC Riflescope (P4FL Illuminated ranging Reticle, Counter-Clockwise Rotation)

Schmidt & Bender 3-12x50 PMII/LP/MTC Riflescope (P4FL Illuminated ranging Reticle, Counter-Clockwise Rotation)

Schmidt & Bender 3-12x50 PMII/LP/MTC Riflescope (P4FL Illuminated ranging Reticle, Counter-Clockwise Rotation)

B&H # SC312X504FLZ MFR # 644-911-962-89-64A38
Schmidt & Bender 3-12x50 PMII/LP/MTC Riflescope (P4FL Illuminated ranging Reticle, Counter-Clockwise Rotation)

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Product Highlights

  • Illuminated Duplex Reticle, FFP
  • Eleven Adjustable Intensity Levels
  • 34mm One-Piece Main-Tube
  • Counter-Clockwise Turret Rotation
  • 0.1 mrad Click Impact Point Correction
  • 12 Windage/22 Elevation Mrad Adjustment
  • Exposed MTC Windage & Elevation Turrets
  • Matte-Black Anodized Aluminum Housing
  • Nitrogen-Filled, Fog and Waterproof
  • Anti-Reflection Fully Multicoated Optics
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Schmidt & Bender 644-911-962-89-64A38 overview

  • 1Description

Schmidt & Bender developed the 3-12x50 PMII/LP/MTC Riflescope in conjunction with tactical professionals to deliver an easy-to-use and versatile optic for close to long ranges without compromising performance. To accomplish this, they started with a broad zoom range that is practical for all distances, without causing excessive image dimming common with higher-magnification scopes. Its large objective gives the scope enhanced low-light performance and keeps images bright and clear when the power is dialed up. Image brightness is further increased through the use of index-matched anti-reflection lens coatings that are custom-engineered to the glass used on the lens elements for maximum light transmission.

This version of the PM II scope features MTC (More Tactile Clicks) windage and elevation turrets that allow users to easily count and keep track of adjustments without having to move your focus away from the eyepiece. Its 0.1 mrad impact point correction gets users precisely on-target and the ±6 mrad windage and wide 22 mrad elevation range enables confident BDC when taking shots at extreme distances. The scope's housing has a larger 34mm one-piece main-tube and is made of a lightweight aluminum alloy that has a scratch and corrosion-resistant matte-black anodized finish. The housing is nitrogen-filled to provide the PM II with fogproof performance in all weather, and is O-ring sealed to be waterproof to 9.8 feet.

Optical Performance
  • 3-12x zoom magnification
  • 50mm objective lens
  • Index-matched anti-reflection fully multicoated optics
  • Index matched coatings are custom-engineered to the properties of the glass elements to maximize light transmissions
  • 150-10' wide field of view at 100yd
Reticle Details
  • Positioned on first (front) focal plane
  • Reticle size changes to remain proportionate with selected magnification
  • P4FL illuminated ranging duplex crosshair design
  • Thin center aiming hairs and thicker outer posts on the horizontal and upper vertical axes provide a low-profile reticle with minimal obstruction of the target
  • Stadia on horizontal and upper vertical hairs, with elevation hold-over indicators extending all the way down the lower vertical axis
  • Red illuminated center aiming cross for high-visibility
  • Illuminated cross completely disappears when turned off for unobstructed view
  • Eleven adjustable illumination intensity levels
  • 'Off' positions between each intensity level for faster activation to preferred setting
  • Automatically turns off after 6 hours of operation
  • Runs on one CR2032 coin-cell battery
Use and Handling
  • 0.1mrad/click impact point correction
  • ±6 mrad windage, 22 mrad elevation adjustment range
  • Counter-clockwise turret rotation, elevation turret makes two complete turns with zero-stop
  • Exposed tactical MTC turrets: Tactile clicks every 10th click (1 mrad) on elevation, clear click at the engraved "0" on windage turret
  • Rubberized and knurled zoom collar
Construction Details
  • 34mm one-piece aluminum main-tube
  • Corrosion and scratch-resistant matte-black anodized finish
  • Nitrogen-filled. Fogproof and waterproof: Tested to 9.8'/3m or 300 mbar of pressure
  • Mount, rail, or rings required
  • Manufactured by hand
UPC: 191992001547
In the Box
Schmidt & Bender 3-12x50 PMII/LP/MTC Riflescope (P4FL Illuminated ranging Reticle, Counter-Clockwise Rotation)
  • Cleaning Kit
  • CR2032 Battery
  • Eyepiece Cover
  • Objective Lens Cover
  • Limited 10-Year Warranty
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    Schmidt & Bender 644-911-962-89-64A38 specs

    Magnification 3 - 12x
    Objective Lens Diameter 50mm
    Main-Tube Diameter 34 mm
    Reticle P4FL Illuminated Ranging, FFP
    Field of View 150 - 10' @ 100 yd / 11.1 - 3.4 m @ 100 m
    Parallax Correction Side correction turret
    Parallax free to 160' / 50 m
    Eye Relief 3.5" / 9.0 cm
    Exit Pupil Diameter 14.3 - 4.3 mm
    Impact Point Correction 0.1 mrad per click
    Windage/Elevation Adjustment Windage: ±6 mrad, single turn
    Elevation: 22 mrad, double turn
    Weatherproofing Nitrogen-filled, fog and waterproof
    Waterproof to 9.8' / 3 m or 300 mbar
    Battery / Runtime 1 x CR2032
    Dimensions Objective bell: 2.2" / 5.7 cm
    Eyepiece: 1.7" / 4.3 cm
    Length: 13.5" / 34.3 cm
    Weight 30.3 oz / 860 g
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    Package Weight 3.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 18.2 x 4.6 x 4.0"

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