Extreme long range (ELR) shooting continues to grow in popularity, bringing the challenging requirements of seeing and then dialing to hit a target at extended distances. The ATACR 7-35x 56mm uses Extra-low Dispersion (ED) glass, that cuts through mirage and environmental conditions to deliver a clean and crisp image of the target and surrounding area. Every click of the ATACR’s 29 MIL total travel is extensively tested, ensuring the scope is not a weak link in connecting on target. Additionally, there are 12 MIL per rotation of the turret for rapid dialing and the ZeroStop feature provides an easy return to zero. Finally, each ATACR is impact tested to verify it will withstand the harshest of recoil from a super-magnum rifle.
The combination of superb image quality, extensive elevation travel range available and robust construction, the ATACR 7-35x 56mm will work well on anything from a .22 LR to a .416 Barrett or bigger. For shooters looking to make hits on targets once thought impossible to reach, the second focal plane ATACR 7-35x 56mm is the answer.
Adjustment Click Value
Finger Adjustable Turrets
Turrets Resettable to Zero
Fast Focus Eye Piece
Nightforce Limited Lifetime
Sun Shade Included
Lens Covers Included
Reticle Focal Plane Location
Second Focal Plane
Overall Length (A)
Eyepiece Bell to Objective Bell Length (B)
Objective Lens Diameter
Exit Pupil Diameter
Field of View @ 100 Yards Minimum Power
Field of View @ 100 Yards Maximum Power
Maximum Windage Adjustment
Maximum Elevation Adjustment
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They were out of stock when I ordered it but they let me know the whole story with why and got it delivered pretty quick (4-6weeks sooner than anybody else )I bought this to put on a savage 110 elite precision , it’s built very sturdy very impressed with the quality , I don’t have much experience with other bipods other than the generic stuff along the lines of Harris etc. but leaps and bounds in differences definitely worth the money!
I recently bought this as a gift for my son, so I can not make any claims towards longterm durability. Installation is stupid simple. If you own a flat head screwdriver and can remove the factory handguards, you’re good. If you have some thread locker, you’re even better. Once installed, handguards are extremely solid feeling, and the integrated qd sockets are a nice feature. These are inevitably compared to the KAC M4 RAS. The only negative difference I can come up w/ is the lack of a heat shield. I don’t know how much that matters, but I’m betting it will be a nonissue.