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Posted: 10/25/2002 1:32:06 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/25/2002 1:34:20 AM EDT by Cincinnatus]
I'd love to hear a review...


Waterproof
Fogproof
Shockproof
30mm tube diameter
Superior optical glass by Schott Glasswerk, Germany
Photo-engraved glass reticle
Battery powered illumination system with 7 intensity settings
T3 lens coating system, developed by Carl Zeiss, consisting of full multicoating and anti-reflection treatment eliminating glare and maximizing light transmission
6061 T6 Mil spec alloy housing, "O" ring sealed and nitrogen filled
Finger-adjustable knobs

Specifications

Magnification 1.1-4x
Objective diameter 26mm
Field of view at 100 yards 110-25 feet
Exit pupil diameter 23.6-6.5mm
Eye relief 3.75 inches (92mm)
Diopter adjustment -4 to +4 DPT
Reticle adjustment range 80 MOA
Click adjustment 1/2 MOA
Tube diameter 30mm
Length 10.5 inches
Weight 15 oz


Link Posted: 10/25/2002 6:31:07 PM EDT
supposedly, this is IOR's version of the Leupold CQT.
Link Posted: 10/25/2002 6:43:59 PM EDT
Almost a pound.

I'd take it over the Leupold
Link Posted: 10/25/2002 7:06:12 PM EDT
agreed...
Link Posted: 10/25/2002 7:28:28 PM EDT
cost? dealers?
Link Posted: 10/25/2002 7:43:16 PM EDT
valdada.com has them for $695.
There's one on the Equip.Exchange for $595.

I spoke to one of the guys from Valdada/IOR, last year. He was real excited about this scope.
Said it was their response to the Leo CQT.

I think it's just what the M14/M1A needs...
Link Posted: 10/25/2002 8:46:11 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/25/2002 8:49:06 PM EDT by DMCI]
Close but no cigar.

What that really is, is the East European Copy of the U.S. Optics SN-4.

They visited the SHOT show USO booth last year and took a look at the SN-4. You will note that many of the features are the same, and unlike the CQ/T, this scope does not have an integral mount, but a modified copy of the Badger Ordnance rings.



MAGNIFICATION: 1.4-6.2x 1x-4x variable OBJECTIVE APERTURE: 22mm
MAIN TUBE:
DIAMETER: 30mm, 35mm (MKII,III,IV)
MATERIAL: 6061-T6, 7075-T6, Steel, Composite, Titanium
FINISH:
TYPE: Hard Anodized
COLOR: Black, OD Green, Gray, Silver
SURFACE: Matte/Non Reflective
LENSES:
MATERIAL: Glass/High Density, Recompressed
QUALITY: Grade A, Fine Anneal
COATING: Multi/All surfaces FSSBBC
CENTRATION: 20 millionths
SCRATCH AND DIG: 10/5
NUMBER OF LENSES: 13+ Elements
LIGHT TRANSFERENCE: 99.4% per lens
OCULAR LENS DIAMETER: 35mm
FIELD OF VIEW: 1x @100yds=116ft., 4x@100yds=31.2ft, 3X=41ft.
EYE RELIEF: 4.3in.@x, 3.3in@4x
EXIT PUPIL SIZE: 20mm@1x, 9.5mm@3x
FOCUS SYSTEM: -3.5 to +3 Diopters
ENVIRONMENTAL:
HUMIDITY: Waterproof to 30 feet
TEMPERATURE: -20° to 140°F
RETICLE: Recoil proof, etched and chromed on optical glass Front focal plane (Rear on demand)Circle-dot & others
Link Posted: 10/25/2002 10:44:59 PM EDT
I use a SN-4 now but intend to purchase this one for another rifle i am ordering as it has a smaller MOA in both reticals not that my SN-4 is to big and top knob is not so tall to prevent me from mounting a doc sight on top just for fun.The Quality is probably not par with USO but as good atleast as a loopy.
Link Posted: 10/26/2002 1:05:43 AM EDT
It might just work out. These guys have scopes that are improving as we speak. Let me know how it works out when you have had a chance to test it.


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