Low-light big-game hunting scope. Wild Boar, Roe Buck, Red Deer…take your pick. The Artemis 2100 3-12x50 is the ideal choice for all of your big-game hunting needs. From dawn to dusk and beyond, the Advanced Illumination Technology with seven-levels of low-light intensity makes taking the trophy shot that much easier.Featuring a solid steel, 30mm main tube with first focal plane reticle placement the Artemis 2100 3-12x50 will allow you to take the best shot in any condition. The Artemis 2100 riflescope series differs from the Artemis 2000 by being fitted with an etched reticle featuring an illuminated center dot in the middle of our standard #4 reticle. The control mechanism of the lit reticle is a third turret situated on the left hand side (when looking from the eyepiece) of the central cube. The light intensity can be changed in in intervals by a rotating sleeve in the range 1-7. On the edge positions and interpositions (indicated by a dot) the illumination is off. Features
Magnification (x) Objective lens (mm) Objective lens (mm) 50 50 Main Tube Size (mm) Main Tube Size (mm) 30 30 Exit Pupil Diameter (mm) Exit Pupil Diameter (mm) Eye relief (mm) Eye relief (mm) Field of View at (°) Field of View at (°) Field of view (m/100m) Field of view (m/100m) Focal Plane Position () Focal Plane Position () 1 1 Dioptric compensation (D) Dioptric compensation (D) Daylight Transmission - typical (%) Daylight Transmission - typical (%) 85 85 Impact Per Click (cm/100m) Impact Per Click (cm/100m) 1 1 Windage and Elevation Adjustment Range (MOA) Windage and Elevation Adjustment Range (MOA) 50 50 Paralax Correction (y/n) Paralax Correction (y/n) ne ne Weight (g) Weight (oz) 740 26.1 A (mm) A (in) 357 14.06 B (mm) B (in) 169 6.65 C (mm) C (in) 66 2.6 D (mm) D (in) 73 2.87
VIDEO Customer Reviews:
Last saturday night my friends and I were testing different scopes,
after a night hunting wild boars. There was a quarter of moon low in the
Well, Zeiss Diavari T x56, Meopta Artemis 3100 x56 y
Swaroski x56. All of them was very close in light transmission, perhaps
Zeiss the best one. But thinking in the quality-price ratio ... Meopta
was the winner.
2100 series offers an illuminated center dot for hunting in low light
conditions. The illumination of the center dot under normal daylight
conditions is observable only when set on intensity level 6 or 7, so
that the target no matter how small will not be overwhelmed or lost in
the brightness of the dot when illuminated.
The brightness levels
can be adjusted with the knob on the left side of the windage and
elevation turret in seven steps marked 1-7 (with 7 being the
brightest). The interpositions marked with a dot, provides an
interim off position between each intensity level, allowing for quick,
single click on and off operation. The service life of the original
battery, a CR2354, is roughly 80 hours. It is also possible to use a
more readily available battery, the CR2032, which has a service life of
about 60 hours.