I have a Original run ANIB never mounted Nikon Tactical model 6694 which is a 2.5-10x44 dual illuminated mildot scope, with the 1/2 mil tick marks in between the mildots. As you are probably aware, Nikon "redesigned" the reticle in the new production model (which means went to a standard mildot config, which is not meant to denigrate the mildot, but the 1/2 mil marks are an improvement in ranging precision, IMO). The redesign was due to Premier Reticles going after Nikon due to copyright infringement with the Gen II. Lenses throughout this scope are meticulously finished, then given multiple layers of scratch resistant anti-reflective compounds for the utmost in fine detail resolution and maximum light transmission. A four times magnification rang allows tremendous flexibility in the tactical environment. Easy-to-grip target style windage and elevation knobs are employed for accurate field adjustments. Precise1/4 MOA anti backlash click stop reticle adjustments provide tactile and audible feedback to assure repeatable accuracy while ranging. Equipped with turret mounted parallax adjustment knobs for discreet adjustment in the field. These scopes are tougher than nails and a great buy with the half mil stadia lines. Here are a few pictures of the Dual illuminated reticle.
Here are the Specs.........
Illuminated Mildot (6694)
Actual Magnification: 2.5x-10x
Objective Diameter: 44mm
Exit Pupil (mm): 17.6-4.4
Eye Relief (in.): 3.39
FOV @100 yds (ft.): 37.7-9.4
Tube Diameter: 30
Objective O.D. (mm/in.): 53.1/2.09
Eyepiece O.D. (mm/in.): 40.9/1.61
Length (in.): 14
Weight (oz.): 23.9
Adjustment Graduation: 1/4 MOA
Parallax Setting (yds): 50 to infinity
Scope comes in its original Box but has no papers (I can't find where I put them) which you should be able to get from Nikon anyway and is reflected in the price.
Sold pending funds to Munyguru
PAYMENT VIA UNITED STATES POSTAL MONEY ORDER ONLY PLEASE.
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