Vixen Riflescope 3-12x40 BDC MADE IN JAPAN Code VX82011


Vixen Riflescope 3-12×40 BDC MADE IN JAPAN Code VX82011


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Vixen Optics’ 3-12×40 V-I Riflescope sets standards in precision, quality, and durability. Its 4x optical system has fully multi-coated elements that deliver bright, crisp, and vivid images with reduced glare. The second image plane also contains a glass-etched BDC reticle that will empower you with laser-sharp aiming capability. This reticle offers a BDC (Bullet Drop Compensation) pattern, consisting of four short posts and a crosshair with a system of bars to compensate for ballistics, winds, and moving targets. To account for the effects introduced by ballistics and winds, the scope also offers windage and elevations adjustments with 1/4 MOA clicks and 50 MOA ranges.

Vixen Series V-I Riflescope Features

  • European style fast focus eyepiece adjustment
  • Solid one piece 1″ aircraft grade aluminum alloy body tube construction
  • Nitrogen filed for a lifetime of reliable fog proof, waterproof performance
  • Fully multi-coated precisely aligned lens provide clear, crisp viewing
FEATURES: Vixen Riflescope 3-12×40 BDC
  • BDC Reticle, 2nd Focal Plane
  • 1″ Single-Piece Maintube
  • 1/4 MOA Impact Point Correction
  • 50 MOA Windage/Elevation Adjustment
  • Capped Windage/Elevation Turrets
  • Aluminum Alloy Housing
  • Fully Multi-Coated Lenses
  • Precision-Aligned Optical System
  • Water and Fogproof
  • Made in Japan
Objective Lens Diameter40 mm
Maintube Diameter25.4 mm
ReticleBDC reticle
2nd focal plane
Field of View12.7-3.2 m at 100 m
Parallax Correction91.4 m
Eye Relief9.9 cm
Exit Pupil Diameter13.3-3.3 mm
Impact Point Correction1/4 MOA
Windage Adjustment50 MOA
WeatherproofingWaterproof, nitrogen-filled fogproof
Dimensions30 cm
Weight360.0 g
  • Vixen Optics 3-12×40 V-I Riflescope (BDC Reticle, Matte Black)
  • 2 x Lens Cap

Additional information

Weight1 kg
Dimensions41 × 13 × 11 cm
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