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Schmidt & Bender 10-60x56 CM II High Performance Rifle Scopes – NEW
Schmidt & Bender 10-60x56 CM II High Performance Rifle Scopes

Schmidt & Bender 10-60x56 CM II High Performance Rifle Scopes – NEW

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10-60x56 LPI M1FL 1cm cw DT II+ MTC LT / ST II ZC LT 160-911-602-Q2-I6 (+CAD6,599.00)
10-60x56 LPI M1FL 1cm ccw DT II+ MTC LT / ST II ZC LT 160-911-602-Q1-I5 (+CAD6,599.00)
10-60x56 LPI M1FL 1/2cm cw MT II MTC LT / DT II+ ZC LT 160-911-602-P8-H6 (+CAD6,799.00)
10-60x56 LPI M1FL 1/2cm ccw MT II MTC LT / DT II+ ZC LT 160-911-602-P4-H5 (+CAD6,799.00)

The new riflescope for all who value maximum precision and accuracy. Whether Bench Rest, F-Class, Long Range or Extreme Long Range, the new 10-60x56 CM II High Performance is especially developed for competition shooting.

The 10-60x56 CM II High Performance is the latest development of our 6x zoom optics designs and impresses with powerful features: The large field of view, together with the generous exit pupil, allows comfortable target acquisition and sets a new benchmark. The 56 mm objective lens diameter with a light transmission of over 90 % provides a clear, bright and high contrast image even at extreme magnification. The “LPI” enables the use of 11 step illumination and the 20 m to infinity parallax adjustment with one simple handgrip. The riflescope is equipped with a new mrad-based M1FL competition reticle in first focal plane.

With a main tube diameter of 34 mm, the 10-60x56 CM II High Performance achieves an elevation adjustment range of over 23 mrad. Click values of 0.1 mrad are possible with the Double Turn II+ elevation turret and 0.05 mrad with the Multi Turn II.

Thanks to the use of high-performance aluminum and the special design, this product also ensures the usual Schmidt & Bender stability and allows the riflescope to be used from –40 °C to +61 °C. Despite the solid construction and its superior optical quality, the weight of the 10-60x56 CM II High Performance is less than 1000 g.

MOA shooters take note: Soon, the 10-60x56 CM II High Performance will be offered with a second focal plane MOA-based reticle and corresponding turret configurations with click values of ¼ or ? MOA. So stay tuned.

LPI (Leucht-Parallaxe Integriert = Illumination Parallax integrated)

The new 10-60x56 CM II High Performance features the new “LPI” function – “LPI” means „Illumination Parallax Integrated“. This new and very easily operable illumination control is integrated into the parallax adjustment and allows a better mounting solution. It also enables a better left handed use.

Although being very compact the illumination and the parallax adjustment show the familiar features: on the outer side the smaller and easy to operate illumination knob has 11 functional steps with “off” positions between each step. This allows more contrast on dark targets.

The bigger knob which is next to the tube operates the very precise side focus/parallax adjustment. It begins at close distances at 20 m and goes up to infinity.

Both knobs are clearly distinguished by size and rippling while the engravings of each turret can be read or adjusted while in shooting position – also with gloves.

LPI (Leucht-Parallaxe Integriert = Illumination Parallax integrated)

 

M1FL reticle

The M1FL is the latest development for shooting sports based on our well-known LRR-MIL reticle. Our goal was to design a fine mrad reticle in first focal plane, optimized for highest precision disciplines as well as for extreme long range shooting.

 

Unit A B C D E F G H J K L M N P Q R S T U V W
mm
inch
93.2
 3.67
72.5
 2.85
53.8
 2.12
73.2
 2.88
89.0
 3.50
60.0
 2.36
28.1
 1.11
62.0
 2.44
34.0
 1.34
50.0
 1.97
441.7
 17.39
39.0
 1.54
39.0
 1.54
39.0
 1.54
41.0
 1.61
7.3
 0.29
30.0
 1.18
18.8
 0.74
29.1
 1.15
34.1
 1.34
52.0
 2.05


Specifications

Weight (g/oz) 980–995/34.57–35.10
Length (mm/in) 442/17.40
Main tube diameter (mm/in) 34/1.34
 
Magnification 10–60
Objective diameter (mm)/(in) 56/2.20
Field-of-view (m/100 m)/(ft/100 yd) 4.4–0.8/13.3–2.3
Field-of-view [USA] (m/100 m)/(ft/100 yd) 3.74–0.64/11.2–1.9
Exit pupil diameter (mm/in) 5.6–1.0/0.22–0.04
Eye relief distance (mm)/(in) 90/3.54
Twilight factor 23.7–58.0
Transmission (%) >90
Focal Plane 1
Diopter adjustment (dpt) -3 to +2
 
Turrets (Elevation / Windage) DT II+ MTC LT / ST II ZC LT
Click value 0.1 mrad
Adjustment range elevation 23.5 mrad
Adjustment range windage ±6 mrad
 
Turrets (Elevation / Windage) MT II MTC LT / DT II+ ZC LT
Click value 0.5 cm/100 m
Adjustment range elevation 235 cm/100 m
Adjustment range windage ±68 cm/100 m
   
 
Parallax adjustment (m/yd) 20 to 8/21.87 to 8
Illumination 11 settings
 
Waterproof (m)/(ft) 3
Temperature range  
Storage (°C)/(°F) –55 to +71/–67 to +160
Function (°C)/(°F) –40 to +61/–40 to +142
 
Turret rotation cw/ccw
 
Color Black
 
Reticle M1FL


M1FL reticle

 

 

New M1FL reticle (FFP)

The latest generation of match reticles

The M1FL is the latest development for shooting sports based on our well-known LRR-MIL reticle. Our goal was to design a fine mrad reticle in first focal plane, optimized for highest precision disciplines as well as for extreme long range shooting.

Like the LRR-MIL, the M1FL has an interrupted center cross that can be illuminated. It features a fine, free-floating center dot with a coverage of just 0.32 cm at 100 m for precise shot placement and is surrounded by an interrupted center cross with 0.1 mrad gaps and dashes.

Up to the 5 mrad mark, the reticle is graduated in 0.1 mrad ­subtensions and can be used for holding and measuring over the entire range. For faster orientation, even graduation marks are made downward or to the right and uneven ones correspondingly upward or to the left. From the center, the markings are more clearly highlighted from the 2 mrad mark onwards so that they can be easily noticed even at lower magnifications.

On the horizontal axis, the markings before the 5 mrad mark make it easier to measure oval or round targets. On the vertical axis, the bars are divided into 0.5 mrad subtensions after the 5 mrad mark. On both axes, all 2 mrad marks are additionally numbered up to the 10 mrad mark.

The upper area of the M1FL reticle shows no markings in order to support target and impact identification. The vertical bar extends to the 10 mrad mark and also has a free-floating dot at each of the 5 and 10 mrad marks to allow zeroing above the vertical bar as it is especially common in Extreme Long Range shooting. On the horizontal axis, solid bold conical-shaped bars guide the eye toward the center especially at low magnifications.

What does M1FL stand for? "M1" (=Match 1) stands for the latest generation of competition/shooting sports reticles. As in the past, "F" (=Fine) stands for the fine line pattern and "L" (=Light/Illuminated) for the illumination of the reticle.



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M1FL





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