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Developed for law enforcement and military tactical professionals, the Schmidt & Bender 5-25x56 PM II/LP/MTC Riflescope is designed to provide users with a versatile optic for use from medium to extreme long ranges without compromising performance at any distance. To accomplish this, they started with a broad and practical zoom range then outfitted the scope with a large objective that gives it 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 their focus away from the eyepiece. Its 0.1 mrad impact point correction gets you on-target faster with higher precision, and the turrets rotate in a counter-clockwise direction, with the elevation turret traveling through the 22 mrad adjustment range in two rotations. The windage turret moves through the ±6 mrad adjustment range in a single rotation. 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 scope with fogproof performance in all weather, and is O-ring sealed to be waterproof. In accordance with MIL-STD-810 G Method 512 the PM II was tested by submerging it in saltwater to a depth of 82 feet for 10 hours without leaks.