Objective Lens Diameter: 20mm
Eye Relief: 3.5"
Field of View: 32.5 ft @ 100 yards
Tube Size: 7/8"
Weight: 12.9 oz
The riflescope chosen for the new M1C sniper rifle was the 7/8-inch tube 2.5x Lyman Alaskan - which was designated "TELESCOPE M82". The sporting versions of this riflescope had proven to be rugged, and capable of withstanding rough and tumble use in the wilds of Alaska, and to withstand the hard recoil of rifles with the firepower to put down a 1,000 pound grizzly.
Like the original Lyman Alaskan M82, the Wm. Malcolm M82G2 Rifle Scope comes with a Post Reticle.
Got my M82G2 sniper scope for Christmas. The scope feels solid and the glass is bright. The windage and elevation knobs feel very good, you can feel the clicks. Once I get it on my 03A3 I’ll be writing more about my results at the range.
Thanks To Christopher for his help, product is really good, I will do some shoot in begin january to valid item..
Shipment really fast and good.
Thanks for All Christopher !
In my opinion Hi Lux is the only company that makes vintage scopes that actually work! I have both the M73 and M82 scopes and they each stand up to a lot of use on my 1903a4 and M1d! I believe the scopes are made in China however the fit and finish is outstanding and the clarity of the glass is honestly on par with my ACOG.