Objective Lens Diameter: 32mm
Eye Relief: 9"-13"
Field of View: 18.8' - 6.3' ft @ 100 yards
Tube Size: 1"
Weight: 10 oz
The Hi-Lux Long Eye Relief is the answer to those special situations that require rifle optics with an extended eye relief. Designed to give full view of the target when placed 8 to 14 inches ahead of the shooter’s eye, the LER scope is ideal for installing on a scout rifle, lever-action rifles with top ejection and muzzleloaders with a side hammerlock that interferes with mounting a scope in the normal position.
• The Long Eye Relief 2-7X32 comes with a duplex reticle.
• The heavy posts naturally draw the shooter's eyes to the center crosshair.
• The fine crosshair are fine enough to be visible in the woods, yet thin enough not to obscure the target when aiming.
• The Long Eye Relief scope also comes in a BDC reticle version, based around the ballistics of the 168 grain, 308 Winchester.
• If you zero the center cross hairs at 200 yards, each subsequent BDC line represents the approximate holdover every 100 yards out.
• The Top of the Thick Post represents the 600 yard holdover.
• The BDC is accurate at 7X.
Recently bought a ruger gunsite scout 223 with this scope already mounted and love it so I search out hi Lux store and bought the same rated for my scout 308 but they’d be better illuminated
I ordered this optic direct from the company to put on my M1A Scout rifle. I chose this optic for the nostalgia and the variable power. When I put the optic on my rifle, the picture was very fuzzy. The lines for the BDC blurred out even worse when I turned it up to 7x and I had to place my eye closer to optic the more I zoomed in from 2x to 7x. This is not a quality optic and I will not be using it. Wasted my money.
Sorry to hear about your troubles with the focus.
If the reticle is blurry, you will need to adjust the eyepiece diopter. There is +/- 2 diopters of adjustment in the eyepiece.
You can rotate the eyepiece until the image appears in focus and use the lock ring to tighten it down. Depending on your eyesight, you may need to rotate the position of the lock ring further down (towards the objective lens) to get your desired diopter adjustment.
This scope has fixed 100 yards parallax. If you're focusing on a target closer than that, let's say 15 yards away, you may experience some parallax. Parallax manifests as a blurry/double reticle image or the appearance of the reticle floating around the target as you move your head.
The eye relief on most variable power rifle scopes will slightly as you change the magnification. At 7X, the eye relief will be around 10”.
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