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Firefield 2.5-10x40 w/ Green Laser Riflescope
Firefield 2.5-10x40 w/ Green Laser Riflescope

Firefield 2.5-10x40 w/ Green Laser Riflescope

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Your Price: CAD281.47
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Part Number:FF13014

Product Highlights

  • Illuminated Red/Green Mil Dot Reticle
  • 5 Reticle Brightness Settings
  • 5mW Green Laser Pointer
  • 1/4 MOA Windage/Elevation Adjustments
  • IPX4 Waterproof Compliant
  • Parallax Free at 100 yd

Shoot with confidence from anywhere, at anytime, anyway! The Firefield Riflescope with Green Laser is equipped with a red and green illuminated Mil Dot reticle that is used for range estimation to help find the distance between the shooter and the target. Precision multi-coated optics are the distinguishing feature of the Firefield Tactical Riflescope line and offers the clearest view in both bright and low light situations.

Featuring a built in 5mW green laser, the Firefield Riflescope, is used for target acquisition in rapid changing environments, so it hits the target every time with precision accuracy. Starting with a low 2.5 magnification for extra wide field of view for scanning, the Firefield Riflescope with Green Laser has the ability to make an accurate shot against a quick moving target with a laser for faster action when shooting from the hip. A respectable zoom from 2.5-10x allows the shooter to make an accurate shot at a long distance and keep a tight grouping.

The Firefield Riflescope with Green Laser also includes 100-500 yard .223 bullet drop compensation, which adjusts the elevation of the reticle ensuring that the shooter can achieve zero by moving the compensation turret to the correct yardage.

Waterproof and fog proof, the nitrogen filled Firefield Riflescope with Green Laser features windage and elevation adjustment caps for a sleek, streamlined look to the scope. The Firefield Riflescope with Green Laser features a lightweight and shockproof frame, for maximum portability and durability, so every adrenaline-filled moment is intensified. Firefield-Victory Justifies Everything!

Optical Performance
  • 2.5-10.0x magnification, 40mm objective lens
  • Selectable red/green Mil Dot reticle
  • Multicoated optics
  • 5mW green aiming laser
  • 35-11.5 ft (10.6-3.5 m) field of view
  • Parallax free at 100 yd
  • 69-50mm eye relief
Use and Handling
  • Five reticle brightness settings
  • Bullet drop compensation marks 100-500 yd
  • 1/4 MOA windage and elevation adjustments
  • 60 MOA windage and elevation adjustment range
  • Weaver and Picatinny mountable
  • Runs on single CR2032 (scope), CR2 (laser)
Construction Details
  • Matte black finish
  • IPX4-rated waterproof
2.5 - 10.0x
Objective Lens Diameter
40 mm
Main-Tube Diameter
Not specified by mfr
Illuminated red/green Mil Dot
Field of View
35 - 11.5 ft (10.6 - 3.5 m)
Parallax Correction
100 yd
Eye Relief
69 - 50 mm
Exit Pupil Diameter
13.3 - 4.4 mm
Diopter Correction
+/- 3
Impact Point Correction
1/4 MOA
Maximum Windage/Elevation Adjustment
60 MOA
Laser Type
5 mW green dot
Power Supply
Scope: (1) CR2032 battery
Laser: (1) CR2 battery
Scope: Up to 150 hours of continuous operation at room temperature
Laser: Not specified by mfr
8.5 x 3.5 x 3.1" (21.5 x 9 x 8 cm)
20.5 oz (581 g)

In the Box
Firefield 2.5-10x40 Riflescope with Green Laser
  • Lens Cloth
  • CR2032 Battery
  • CR2 Battery
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty

  • 4 Stars
    Good Optics, Reticle adjustment
    For my first scope I have to say that I liked it better than open sites, my eyesight isn't the greatest. It took more adjustment to get it to move the shots left then the directions said it should. The indoor range I was firing at was only 25 yds and that made it difficult to zero in. I showed to range guy my target and said it should be good at 100 yds for where I was aiming, so I need to find a longer range.
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    Reviewed by:  from Fort Worth, Tx. on 5/20/2014

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