Objective Lens Diameter: 16mm
Eye Relief: 3.5"
Field of View: 24.1 ft @ 100 yards
Tube Size: 3/4"
Weight: 8.3 oz
To fulfill the need for WWII sniper rifles, the U.S. Army adopted the M1903A4 as the first standardized U.S. sniper rifle in 1942. This version of the Remington M1903A3 came without a rear sight, and had been fitted with a 3/4-inch Weaver 330C 2.5x riflescope, designated the M73B1. It was mounted with a one-piece base and rings produced by Redfield. In total, 29,964 M73B1 scopes were produced.
Like the original Weaver 330C scope, the Malcolm M73G4 2.5X scope comes with a fine crosswire reticle.