Magnification Throw Lever

This extended throw lever is designed to be used ONLY on the XTC14X34, CMR1-4X, CMR4 and SPG14X24 scopes. This throw lever is not compatible with any other Hi-Lux scope model.

The extended lever and bushing screw replaces the existing set screw on the magnification ring.

Magnification Throw Lever Installation Instructions [download]

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
57%
(4)
29%
(2)
0%
(0)
14%
(1)
0%
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C
Curtis St Martin
Throw lever

I just love these as it makes changing the magnification ring a breeze.

R
Rik Noon
Too Much for To Little

For ease of use , for making on the fly range adjustments the throw lever has almost become an industry standard. I’m glad that Hi-Lux has made a throw lever an option. Unfortunately Hi-Lux has made their lever an over priced piece of simplistic metal for what it does. Considering a lot of other companies that make less and higher quality optics include a lever with the purchase of the optic. Once mine arrives I’ll be finding “matching” spare levers at the local hardware store.
This product gets 2 Stars cause it doesn’t do anything for the optic, it’s just nice to have product and the price to material ratio is overpriced with the applied $10 S&H fee.

B
Byron Enrico

Magnification Throw Lever

C
Curtis St. Martin
Throw lever

This is an absolute necessity for nearly any scope but most scope makers do not offer this, you guys do which is fantastic.

S
Sean Garrett
Magnification Throw Lever, Great Addition But Overpriced

Like the title says, I'm very happy with this small addition, very convenient and makes for quick adjustments with no fumbling around, easy as pie to install. Not long ago I put one on a CMR (7.62x.39 retical) I acquired from you folks years ago and it's been great. Picked this one up for a CMR (5.56/.223 retical) I acquired from you recently. My only complaint is that it is highly overpriced for what it is and considering the likely manufacturing cost. I realize it is a specialty item, but $20 (plus $10 shipping) is a bit much. I went ahead and went for it because my time is valuable and like I said it's a great addition, but considering cost, in the future (and I will be buying Hi-Lux CMR and other model scopes again) I may just take the time to make my own with a bit of delrin or HDPE rod and a few minutes of drilling and light filing, the hardware/fasteners are easy enough to work out (especially with all the bits and pieces I've accumulated over the years). I think a great idea would be to just offer these as an optional add-on with each scope they fit for an extra $10 or $12, at least for all scopes sold online, even through vendors like Optics Planet, Amazon and the many others out there (heck, set up the logistics to have brick & mortar vendors have them on-hand as an easy upsell with each respective scope as well). I'd imagine you'd move a lot of them in that way, priced right and as a deal sweetener on every new scope. Sell them for a bit more when purchased separately, but whew, $20 ($30 shipped) is just a bit steep. You folks automated feedback-request setup solicited me for it, so there's my two cents worth. ;)

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
57%
(4)
29%
(2)
0%
(0)
14%
(1)
0%
(0)
C
Curtis St Martin
Throw lever

I just love these as it makes changing the magnification ring a breeze.

R
Rik Noon
Too Much for To Little

For ease of use , for making on the fly range adjustments the throw lever has almost become an industry standard. I’m glad that Hi-Lux has made a throw lever an option. Unfortunately Hi-Lux has made their lever an over priced piece of simplistic metal for what it does. Considering a lot of other companies that make less and higher quality optics include a lever with the purchase of the optic. Once mine arrives I’ll be finding “matching” spare levers at the local hardware store.
This product gets 2 Stars cause it doesn’t do anything for the optic, it’s just nice to have product and the price to material ratio is overpriced with the applied $10 S&H fee.

B
Byron Enrico

Magnification Throw Lever

C
Curtis St. Martin
Throw lever

This is an absolute necessity for nearly any scope but most scope makers do not offer this, you guys do which is fantastic.

S
Sean Garrett
Magnification Throw Lever, Great Addition But Overpriced

Like the title says, I'm very happy with this small addition, very convenient and makes for quick adjustments with no fumbling around, easy as pie to install. Not long ago I put one on a CMR (7.62x.39 retical) I acquired from you folks years ago and it's been great. Picked this one up for a CMR (5.56/.223 retical) I acquired from you recently. My only complaint is that it is highly overpriced for what it is and considering the likely manufacturing cost. I realize it is a specialty item, but $20 (plus $10 shipping) is a bit much. I went ahead and went for it because my time is valuable and like I said it's a great addition, but considering cost, in the future (and I will be buying Hi-Lux CMR and other model scopes again) I may just take the time to make my own with a bit of delrin or HDPE rod and a few minutes of drilling and light filing, the hardware/fasteners are easy enough to work out (especially with all the bits and pieces I've accumulated over the years). I think a great idea would be to just offer these as an optional add-on with each scope they fit for an extra $10 or $12, at least for all scopes sold online, even through vendors like Optics Planet, Amazon and the many others out there (heck, set up the logistics to have brick & mortar vendors have them on-hand as an easy upsell with each respective scope as well). I'd imagine you'd move a lot of them in that way, priced right and as a deal sweetener on every new scope. Sell them for a bit more when purchased separately, but whew, $20 ($30 shipped) is just a bit steep. You folks automated feedback-request setup solicited me for it, so there's my two cents worth. ;)

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