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Sightmark 6-100x100 Tactical Spotting Scope Kit (SM21031K)
Sightmark 6-100x100 Tactical Spotting Scope Kit (SM21031K)

Sightmark 6-100x100 Tactical Spotting Scope Kit (SM21031K)

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On saleCAD $599.00
Retail Price:CAD $669.00

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Discontinued
Part Number:SM21031K
The Sightmark 6-100x100 Tactical Spotting Scope kit is the ultimate integration of Sightmark’s Triple Duty Concept of hunting, shooting, and tactical uses.  The spotting scope features a dual channel optical system, allowing for short and long distance viewing.  At the top of the scope is a magnification indication window that gives the user quick and accurate information on the exact magnification the scope is currently using. The rubber grip focus and magnification adjustments provide the ability to quickly change range and focus.  The spotting scope features a 360-degree adjustable eyepiece, giving the viewer the ability to comfortably look through the scope from any angle. With a 100x magnification, the unit is ideal for close up and long distance viewing. The scope can be mounted on a tripod and used while in the case. Additionally, the unit is camera adaptable so the viewer can attach a digital camera to capture images in the field.  The kit includes a lens cloth, user manual, and a built-in sunshade, making this a desirable product for diverse purposes. Sightmark—Make Your Mark! 

Features

•Dual optical spotting scope (6-25x and 25-100x)
•Wide range of magnification
•Large 100mm objective lens
•Built-in sunshade
•Angled eyepiece for comfortable viewing
•Magnification indication window
•Rubber grip focus and magnification adjustments
•Durable nylon carrying case can be integrated with spotting scope

•Tripod mountable

•Cameral adaptable

Specifications

Magnification Channel 1: 25 - 100x
Channel 2: 6 - 25x
Objective Lens Diameter Channel 1: 100 mm
Channel 2: 25 mm
Angle of View 6x: 7°
25x: 2.5°
Field of View 6x: 68.4' @ 1000 yd (22.8m @ 1000 m)
25x: 11.1' @ 1000 yd (3.7m @ 1000 m)
Minimum Focus Distance 6x: 33' (10 m)
100x: 656' (200 m)
Exit Pupil Diameter 4 - 1 mm
Eye Relief Channel 1: 12 mm
Channel 2: 16 mm
Dioptric Correction ±5
Mounting Thread 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16
Weatherproofing IPX3-rated, water resistant
Operating Temperature -22 to 104°F (-30 to 40°C)
Dimensions 16.7 x 6.5 x 4.7" (42.5 x 16.5 x 11.9 cm)
Weight 3.3 lb (1.5 kg)


Included in Package
Spotting Scope 6-100x100
Carrying case
Lens cloth
User manual

Warranty card

 



Having quality issues with two Konus scopes I ended up buying a Sightmark  21031K (6-100x100mm) from Brandon Optics which turned out to be a good decision: lighter, better clarity, rotatable eyepiece, and even come with a small tripod. I use this Sightmark scope for range shooting and have no problem spotting 308 bullet holes at 300 yards (can probably do even better on ideal weather conditions). The power range switch is actually quite helpful once you get use to it. A good sturdy tripod will help you great deal since the one included in the package may be hard to stabilize in strong wind. A nuisance is that the power ring becomes hard to turn in cold weather and I wish there were places/holes accessible to put in a drop of lubricate oil. Really good image clarity although eye relief is also a bit short so it can be less comfortable if you wear eye glasses. It would be nice if the next improvement they can do is to fill it with nitrogen and seal it better for fog/water proof. I really like the travel friendly features: light, zipped carrying bag and a small tripod. I can say without hesitation for spotting scope around $600 this is a great choice.
By Danielle L

I recently bought this scope and used it for spotting wildfowl on the far side of the reservoir. It focusses clearly, up to the maximum magnification enabling identification of distant birds on the water, even in low light. The field of view is very good, too.Obviously the image loses some luminosity at higher magnifications, but that is physics. I used it on a tripod, or just propped on a parapet and that worked fine. Presumably the scopes costing around a thousand GBP have better coating, but this one compares well with my recollection of looking through one of them. I quickly got used to switching from the 6-25x to 25-100x modes. Very happy with it and would recommend.

By John

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