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    MTC Optics unveils new 6-24×50 F1 and 12×50 SWAT Prismatic models

    King Cobra F1 6-24×50 FFP


    12×50 SWAT Prismatic


    Renowned scopemaker, MTC Optics takes the wraps off two new scopes at the 2019 IWA Outdoor Classics International Trade Fair taking place in Nuremberg, Germany between 8th and 11th March.


    The King Cobra F1 is a high-power 6-24×50 variable zoom telescopic sight that adds to the recently-inaugurated F1 line-up, so named because of the reticle placement in the scope’s first focal plane (FFP). This brings the added advantage that the relationship between the crosshair and target remains constant, no matter what magnification the scope has been set to.


    Complementing the existing 4-16x F1 model, the higher-powered 6-24x King Cobra comes as equally well appointed, with precision-ground multicoated lenses, MIL-rated target turrets, sidewheel parallax adjustment, flip-up lens covers with built-in magnifier, quick-focus and MTC’s SCB2 reticle which, unusually for a FFP scope, can also be illuminated in red to one of six brightness settings.


    The 12×50 SWAT Prismatic is a scope with a difference! Just 200mm long, the squat new offering pairs a high-powered 12x magnification with a light-gathering 50mm objective, yet avoids the tunnel vision usually associated with high-mag tellies. Indeed, the SWAT’s fuller sight picture is more akin to that of a low-mag scope courtesy of its Prismatic lenses’ extraordinarily wide field of view.


    SWAT – Super Wide-Angle Telescopic – isn’t just the Prismatic’s only stand-out feature, however. It also comes with an ultra-short eye-relief to fully harness its wide-angle sight picture, making it ideal for all low-recoil rimfires and air rifles. Its integral mount offers independent adjustment to ‘optically center’ the scope on the rifle; it comes with MIL-spec turret adjusters and magnetic flip-up lens covers. MTC’s multi-stadia SCB2 reticle also adds to what is very versatile, bright and precision-focused scope.


    MTC Optics America



    So, how much are those bad boys gonna set me back? And when will they be available in USA?



    The King Cobra looks a lot like the Aztec Emerald 5.5x25x50 FFP, SF, IR scope.

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