Primary Arms Silver Series 3-18x50mm FFP Rifle Scope - Illuminated ACSS-HUD-DMR-5.56
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The Primary Arms 3-18x50mm first focal plane illuminated rifle scope punches far outside of its weight class. At 3x magnification, fast snap shots at close range are a breeze with the daylight bright illuminated reticle, but the scope easily allows shooters to reach the 1,000 yard line when cranked up to the full 18x available at the top end. To make the best of the reticle at every magnification, it has been etched into the first focal plane. This allows it to be 'true' at every magnification, allowing the ranging, hold overs, and wind holds to be used as long as you can see them.
- First Focal Plane reticle is true at every magnification
- Partial reticle illumination of the horseshoe and chevron is daylight bright
- ACSS HUD DMR 5.56 Reticle provides moving target holds out to 600 yards, as well as ranging, bullet drop, and wind holds out to 1,000 yards
- Tuned for M193, M855 and Mk262 5.56 NATO ammunition
- Chevron central aiming point provides infinitely small aiming point
- Replaceable power ring fin can be positioned to user preference
- Locking, Zero resettable turrets
- 30mm main tube
- Weight: 25.4 oz. with battery, without lens covers
- Water proof, fog resistant, shock resistant
- Lifetime warranty
The 3-18x50mm is equipped with the ACSS HUD DMR 5.56 reticle, the most advanced moving target reticle in the world. Capable of guiding the shooter to first shot hits on moving targets out to a never before seen 600 yards and even accounts for three different target speeds. You can't hit any target if you don't know how far out they are, and the ACSS HUD takes the guess work out of range estimation. The integrated ranging system quickly and accurately provides target ranging, wind holds, and bullet drop compensation out to a full 1,000 yards, compatible with 55-grain M193, 62-grain M855, and 77-grain Mk262 5.56 NATO ammunition.
The 3-18x50mm scope body is our most advanced to date, offering new innovative features, as well as old favorites. A removable and replaceable fin on the power ring allows for rapid adjustment of the magnification range just like a throw lever, with placement of the fin entirely at the discretion of the operator. The improved turrets have tactile and audible 0.1 MIL click adjustments, as well as offering easy reset once you've got your zero and secure locking to prevent accidental adjustments. The illumination turret offers six settings with an 'OFF' setting between each for fast switching to your preferred setting. A smooth parallax adjustment and fast focus eye piece work together to provide a perfectly crisp image of the target and reticle.
Featuring clear glass, forgiving eye relief/exit pupil characteristics, and efficient industrial design, the 3-18x50 FFP Scope with ACSS HUD DMR reticle is backed up by the Primary Arms Lifetime Warranty.
Ratings & Reviews
great for my old eyes
by Troy -
All I expected from a scope in this price point. Very clear glass and love the chevron style point of aim. To clairify from the previous reviewer how the drop comp reticle is effected by the amount of magnification, at max magnification you can only see down to 800 yards on the reticile. The highest you can set your magnification is 14x if you want to see the 1000 yd drop marks, slightly less if you need to account for windage.
Great scope for the price, fabulous features, accurate optic and reticle is great!!
by Jason -
I have a Daniel Defense MK12 (AR-15 -5.56) with an 18" barrel and it shoots sub MOA. This scope is incredible when mounted to this rifle - I shoot up to 500 or 600 yards and still get shots on steel gongs. Holds and windage are a breeze, so is ranging.<br><br>The parallax adjustment makes a huge difference and is easy with a left hand. Turning on the red part of the reticle is difficult but I never use it outdoors. Adjustments on turrets are great and tactile feedback is present. This can be shot using doping and adjustments easily, but why... Zeroing the turrets is a breeze and a nice touch.<br><br>I have the extended sun shaded as well and it makes a difference in the AZ sun.<br><br>Zoom is a little stiff to turn but it is nice that it will not move after shooting - I could use a slightly larger zoom adjust knob.<br><br>Since it is FFP the reticle zooms when you zoom - when I am shooting LR, I am cranked way up to 18x , the bottom/edges get cut off. This is not a SFP (Second Focal Plane) reticle...