Schmidt & Bender 4-16x56 PM II Ultra Bright Riflescope

Schmidt & Bender 4-16x56 PM II Ultra Bright Riflescope

Schmidt & Bender 4-16x56 PM II Ultra Bright Riflescope

B&H # SC416X56P3LR MFR # 671-945-882-G8-E8
Schmidt & Bender 4-16x56 PM II Ultra Bright Riflescope

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Product Highlights

  • P3L Reticle, First Focal Plane
  • 34mm One-Piece Maintube
  • 0.1 MRAD/Click Impact Point Correction
  • 27 MRAD Elevation Range
  • ±6 MRAD Windage Range
  • Counter-Clockwise Turret Rotation
  • RAL 8000 Tan Anodized Aluminum Housing
  • Nitrogen-Filled, Fogproof & Waterproof
  • Anti-Reflection Fully Multi-Coated Glass
  • Side Parallax Adjustment Turret
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Color: RAL 8000 Tan

Schmidt & Bender 4-16x56 PM II Ultra Bright Riflescope

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Schmidt & Bender 4-16x56 PM II Ultra Bright Riflescope

Reticle: P3L


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  • 1Description

Designed to give you a bright sight-picture for medium and long-distance shots in lower-light conditions, the Schmidt & Bender 4-16x56 PM II Ultra Bright Riflescope offers a highly efficient light path and a comfortable field of view.

The large objective lens maximizes available light for bright and detailed views of targets at distance, with a light transmission value of 96 percent. The field of view at 100 yards ranges from a generous 28 feet at 3x to 7 feet at 12x. This version of the Ultra Bright features a double-turn, counter-clockwise, More Tactile Clicks elevation turret – every tenth click is more pronounced to help you navigate the adjustment range. It can be locked and has a zero stop. The single-turn, capped windage turret also features a zero stop.

A side parallax correction turret allows users to maintain reticle focus from 33 feet to infinity. The scope's housing features a large 34mm one-piece maintube and is made of a lightweight aluminum alloy that has a scratch- and corrosion-resistant RAL 8000 tan anodized finish. The housing is nitrogen-filled to provide fogproof performance in all weather and O-ring sealed to be waterproof to 9.8 feet.


Optical Performance
  • 4-16x zoom magnification
  • 56mm objective lens
  • Index-matched anti-reflection fully multi-coated optics
  • 28-7' field of view at 100 yd
Use and Handling
  • 0.1 MRAD windage and elevation/click impact point correction
  • ±6 MRAD windage and 27 MRAD elevation adjustment range
  • Double-turn locking elevation turret with More Tactile Clicks feature
  • Single-turn capped windage turret with zero stop
  • Turrets rotate in counter-clockwise direction
  • Rubberized and knurled zoom collar
Construction Details
  • 34mm one-piece aluminum maintube
  • Corrosion and scratch-resistant RAL 8000 tan anodized finish
  • Nitrogen-filled, fogproof and waterproof: Tested to 9.8' / 3m
In the Box
Schmidt & Bender 4-16x56 PM II Ultra Bright Riflescope
  • 2032 Battery
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Magnification 4-16x
    Objective Lens Diameter 56mm
    Main-Tube Diameter 34 mm
    Reticle P3L, first focal plane
    Field of View 28.2-6.9' @ 100 yd / 9.4-2.3 m @ 100 m
    Parallax Correction Side correction turret
    Eye Relief 3.5" / 9.0 cm
    Exit Pupil Diameter 12.0-3.5 mm
    Impact Point Correction 0.1 MRAD
    Windage/Elevation Adjustment Windage: ±6 MRAD
    Elevation: 27 MRAD
    Weatherproofing Nitrogen-filled, fogproof and waterproof
    Submersible to 9.8' / 3 m
    Dimensions Objective bell: 2.4" / 6.2 cm
    Eyepiece: 1.8" / 4.6 cm
    Length: 15.2.8" / 38.6 cm
    Weight 33.8 oz / 958 g
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