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.
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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.
I cant wait to get to the range and put it thru the test, carona is holding me back😡
During my 23 years in the Military (Infantry and SF) I have used a variety of scopes, Leupold, Swarovski , U.S. Optics, and Schmidt & Bender. In Sniper School they told us about James Leatherwood and how he revolutionized scope technology with the ART system, and when I build my F-Class gun I was originally using a U.S. Optics SN-3 3.2-17x44, and I made it work the first year, but I wanted better and on Military retirement what was I going to do. Well I was shooting one day and a friend was talking to another person at the Gun Club that was looking for parts for a Malcolm USMC Sniper Scope, and the lightbulb went off in my head. That night I did a web search and found Hi-Lux. After looking at the price, I was very hesitant, was this too good to be true? I focused on the Top Angle 7-30x50 because of the minimal excess movement to make adjustments (old habits are hard to break). I do not hunt, I did too much of that in the Military, but I still keep in practice, and our Gun Club has 600-yard range with berms every 100-yards and pits at 600 for Mid-Range Prone and F-Class. The Hi-Lux Top Angle is the best scope I have ever used, no tapping on the turrets to make sure they move when making adjustments, no worrying about them moving when traveling to a competition, when you have it zeroed and build your dope sheet, you are done. Glass does not fog, (do get a sunshade and ARD, helps from the glare off the inside) it is crystal clear, HD TV not this clear. Range of movement perfect for 1 mile shots. If I won a high end scope, I would sell it and get a couple of Hi-Lux Scopes (at least one ART). If I had one wish, I wish they made Spotting Scopes, with as good as their glass is, they would be the best Spotting Scopes on the market. Do not let the price fool you, they are worth 10x their price. Buy one and you will not be sorry.
Extremely accurate device, I use it to shoot at distant targets, I'm very happy with the click, the clicks are very precise, the image on the riflescope is clear and clean. The reticle is very precise. In my country of Croatia I am the first shooter who has acquired your riflescope of yours, and has aroused great interest among the archers in my country because the device is relatively unknown in our area.
All praise for your product !!!!
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