Hi-Lux Uni-Dial 4X-16X50 Programmable Ballistic Turret Rifle Scope

$150.00

Pre-calibrated vertical (elevation) adjustment knobs or dials have been in use for about 100 years. The problem is that at the longer ranges, it is not practical to provide dials to cover a large variety of calibers. It is further compounded by other factors such as different bullets, barrel lengths, etc. Although our Camputer Model 1000 ART scope opened up whole new dimensions to the world of long range shooting, there are many precision long range shooters who still want to use a conventional style scope.

In the past there were two options for long range shooting: shoot a specific load or tape a chart of computes to the rifle stock. The Uni-Dial™ designed to solve the problem. By using a series of ten moveable indicators or flags, the shooter can set the range zero points him or her self. The dial is calibrated in minutes so that the flags can be set according to the ballistic data. Once set, the flags are locked in place and the dial is operated in a conventional manner. The vertical dial has a 0.5 minute click adjustment and the windage knob has 0.25 minute clicks. Both adjustments are capped to prevent the shooter from getting lost as to where his or her zero is. But both adjustments can be unlocked from the stops to permit zeroing.

The flags are numbered from 1 to 10. All allow the shooter to pre-program elevation and windage for up to ten different ranges, or with different loads – and each can be locked in place and returned to within seconds. The total minutes of elevation change is about 60 MOA. There are about 20 minutes for initial zeroing. One full-turn for the change of elevation is 40 MOA. The Uni-Dial™ scopes now have all improved with a wider range of variable magnifications.

Uni-Dial Series Rifle Scope Manual [download]

Product Information

Pre-calibrated vertical (elevation) adjustment knobs or dials have been in use for about 100 years. The problem is that at the longer ranges, it is not practical to provide dials to cover a large variety of calibers. It is further compounded by other factors such as different bullets, barrel lengths, etc. Although our Camputer Model 1000 ART scope opened up whole new dimensions to the world of long range shooting, there are many precision long range shooters who still want to use a conventional style scope.

In the past there were two options for long range shooting: shoot a specific load or tape a chart of computes to the rifle stock. The Uni-Dial™ designed to solve the problem. By using a series of ten moveable indicators or flags, the shooter can set the range zero points him or her self. The dial is calibrated in minutes so that the flags can be set according to the ballistic data. Once set, the flags are locked in place and the dial is operated in a conventional manner. The vertical dial has a 0.5 minute click adjustment and the windage knob has 0.25 minute clicks. Both adjustments are capped to prevent the shooter from getting lost as to where his or her zero is. But both adjustments can be unlocked from the stops to permit zeroing.

The flags are numbered from 1 to 10. All allow the shooter to pre-program elevation and windage for up to ten different ranges, or with different loads – and each can be locked in place and returned to within seconds. The total minutes of elevation change is about 60 MOA. There are about 20 minutes for initial zeroing. One full-turn for the change of elevation is 40 MOA. The Uni-Dial™ scopes now have all improved with a wider range of variable magnifications.

Uni-Dial Series Rifle Scope Manual [download]

No Math Mil-Dot Reticle



No Math Mil-Dot Reticle Description

- The No-Math Mil-Dot reticle allows for quick and easy shot placement by framing a known size target of 1/2 meter (~19inches). Adjust the magnification until the target fits within the center bracket either horizontally or vertically.

- This reticle is accurate at 10X

Mid to Long Range (MLR) Reticle



Mid to Long Range (MLR) Reticle Description

- The MLR is a mRad based reticle. Every hash mark's length on both horizontal and vertical axes corresponds to the Mil Value/10. For example, the 10 Mil Mark subtends 1 MIL. The 4 mil mark subtends 0.4 MILs and so forth.

- The marks in the upper right quadrant can be used to range a man-sized target that is 1.7m tall.

- The distance of the framed target can be determined by the corresponding Mil Marking x 100m. For example, if you frame a target with the first mark in the upper right quadrant, the approximate distance is 200m. There are 14 total framing marks that range out to 1500 meters.

- This reticle is accurate at 10X.

MODEL NO.

POWER

OBJ. LENS

FOV @ 100 YDS

EXIT PUPIL RANGE

EYE RELIEF

LENGTH

WEIGHT

COATING

RETICLE

ELEVATION

WINDAGE

TUBE DIAMETER

UD416X50MD

4X-16X

50mm

24.1'-6.3'

10mm (@4X) – 3mm (@16X)

3.25"

14.1"

26.8oz

Diamond Tuff14

No Math Mil-Dot

1/2 MOA

1/4 MOA

30mm Tube

UD416X50MLR

4X-16X

50mm

24.1'-6.3'

10mm (@4X) – 3mm (@16X)

3.25"

14.1"

26.8oz

Diamond Tuff14

MLR Reticle

1/2 MOA

1/4 MOA

30mm Tube

**Diamond Tuff14:  All air glass surfaces are fully multi-coated using the special technology to maximize the light transmission.