Barska 3-9x40 Colorado Riflescope (30/30 Reticle, Matte Black)

BH #BA39X40CR • MFR #CO11342
Barska 3-9x40 Colorado Riflescope (30/30 Reticle, Matte Black)
Key Features
  • 30/30 Reticle, SFP
  • 1" Single-Piece Maintube
  • Windage/Elevation with 1/4 MOA IPC
  • Anodized Aluminum Housing
The matte black 3-9x40 Colorado Riflescope from Barska combines high-quality optics and rugged construction with accuracy and ease of use. The riflescope offers 3-9x magnification and parallax-free operation at 100 yd. It features fully coated optics for bright clear views and a 1" monotube construction with a 30/30 reticle in the second focal plane. In addition, the Colorado riflescope is waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof. It offers 1/4 MOA click adjustments on the windage and elevation turrets. It includes scope caps and a lens cloth.
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Barska Colorado Overview

The matte black 3-9x40 Colorado Riflescope from Barska combines high-quality optics and rugged construction with accuracy and ease of use. The riflescope offers 3-9x magnification and parallax-free operation at 100 yd. It features fully coated optics for bright clear views and a 1" monotube construction with a 30/30 reticle in the second focal plane. In addition, the Colorado riflescope is waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof. It offers 1/4 MOA click adjustments on the windage and elevation turrets. It includes scope caps and a lens cloth.

UPC: 790272981267

Barska Colorado Specs

Performance
Magnification3 to 9x
Objective Lens Diameter40 mm
Field of View3x: 112' @ 100 yd / 36.7 m @ 100 m
9x: 37.4' @ 100 yd / 11.4 m @ 100 m
Exit Pupil Diameter3x: 13.3 mm
9x: 4.4 mm
Eye Relief2.4 to 4.3" / 60 to 109 mm
Reticle
Reticle Type30/30 Reticle (Second Focal Plane)
Features
Impact Point Correction1/4 MOA per Click
Parallax CorrectionYes, 100 yd / 91.4 m
Environmental
Water ResistanceWaterproof
FogproofYes
General
Maintube Diameter1"
BatteryNone
DimensionsLength: 11.9" / 30 cm
Weight12.2 oz / 345.9 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.567 x 3.071 x 2.52"
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Does this use Bak 4 or Bak 7 glass ?
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i do shooting mainly at 25 and 100yards distance. will i be able to zoom in to see the bullet holes at this distance?
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is the eyepiece interchangable with 1.25 inch eyepieces?
Asked by: Anonymous
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are there any camera attachments for this unit?
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