Hi-Lux Top Angle 7X-30X MOA Rifle Scope

The needs of left handed shooters are neglected in today’s optical market. Typically, adjusting parallax forces left handed shooters to remove their dominant hand off the trigger to adjust the side parallax knob on the left. Where as a right handed shooter would not have any problem using his or her left hand, adjusting left side parallax is not ergonomic for left-handed shooters. The TOP-ANGLE Series is our solution to this dilemma; by placing the parallax adjustment at a 45 degree angle from the vertical, left and right hand dominant shooters can ambidextrously adjust parallax using their off hand.

The newly redesigned Top Angle 7-30X50 features a precision MOA reticle that is ideal for Benchrest, or long range target shooting. This scope has a total of 70 MOA of elevation and windage adjustment from optical center. With 1/4 minute elevation and windage adjustments, shooters are able to precisely tune their point of impact and transform their rifle into a long range tack-driver.

Searching for a tool to help you dominate F-class benchrest competition? Look no further - you've found it here!

Top Angle 7X-30X Rifle Scope Manual [download]


Magnification: 7-30X

Objective Lens Diameter: 50mm

Eye Relief: 4"

Field of View: 10.6 - 3.5ft @ 100 yards

Tube Size: 30mm

Length: 15"

Weight: 27 oz


Parallax Adjustment on the Top Angle series is offset 45 degrees from the vertical plane for easy access regardless if you are left hand or right hand dominant.

Top Angle Parallax 7-30X50 MOA
Top Angle MOA Reticle

MOA Ranging Reticle

• This reticle is a MOA based reticle. It is true at 28X.

• At 14X, each subtension on the reticle has twice the value indicated on the reticle. For example 1/2 MOA becomes 1MOA. 3MOA on the reticle becomes 6 MOA.

• At 7X, each subtension on the reticle has 4X its value indicated on the reticle. For example, 1 MOA now references 4 MOA. 1.5 MOA now references 6 MOA.

• There is an opening at the center of the reticle that can be used to frame and range a known 1/2 meter sized target.

• The center dot in the reticle measures 1/16MOA.

• There is a ranging scale in the lower right quadrant that you can use to frame known sized targets. Simply adjust the magnification ring until the target is framed accurately in the ranging scale. Each hashmark in the ranging scale represents 3".