Measuring less than a foot to make it highly portable, the straight-through viewing Sightmark Latitude 15-45x60 Tactical Spotting Scope is an ideal addition to your kit—whether you're a hunter, outdoor enthusiast, or tactical professional. A modified mil-rad ranging reticle provides a simple and easy-to-read mil scale on all axes to help calculate ballistic drop for improving first-shot accuracy, determine the range (distance) to the target, and estimate target size.
This scope utilizes a mirror system to fold the light path and correct the image orientation. The mirrors are dielectric coated to boost reflectivity to over 99%, which limits internal diffraction, ensures images maintain their brightness, and improves contrast and clarity. Complementing the mirror coatings are anti-reflection fully multi-coated optics, which maximize light transmission while ensuring accurate color fidelity and further boosting contrast and clarity. The larger 60mm objective draws in generous amounts of light to make it especially useful in challenging light conditions, such as at dawn or dusk, or when trying to pick out game from under heavily canopied forests. Its broad 15-45x zoom range enables you to maximize the field of view at its lowest power and with a simple twist of the zoom collar to make detailed observations of distant subjects.
The scope housing is wrapped in protective rubber armor, and the optical tube is nitrogen filled and O-ring sealed to an IP67-rating, making it dust and waterproof, as well as resistant to internal fogging in extreme conditions. A standard 1/4"-20 mounting thread is provided for fast attachment onto various support systems. Two removable Picatinny/Weaver accessory rails—a short one on the top and a longer one on the bottom—enable dot or reflex sights to be mounted to make acquiring targets faster and allow illumination devices like lasers or flashlights to be mounted and increase the scope's usability. The bottom rail also has a 1/4"-20 socket that allows the lower rail to be installed and still have the scope attached to a support system.