Schmidt & Bender 5-45x56 PM II High Power

Schmidt & Bender 5-45x56 PM II High Power is a no compromise optic which allows the long range shooter to wind out to low magnification to locate targets, then zoom in to engage the target with confidence. The reticle and turret types can be tailored to suit the end users requirements and the optic is also available in RAL 8000.

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£4439.00 Inc. VAT

Schmidt & Bender PMII range needs no introduction, proven for decades in almost every environment by police and military users.

Developed for the toughest long-range conditions the 5-45x56 PM II High Power uses the best optics in a solid and rugged riflescope design. Having an outstanding optical performance over the entire magnification range, it is perfect for identifying even small targets or spotting your results. In addition it can be equipped with our Multi Turn II (MT II) turret with fine 0.5 cm/100 m click value for precise zeroing and more accurate shooting. This is why it has become more popular among ambitious competition shooters and military units alike.

Schmidt & Bender scopes are available in a vast number of configurations (model dependant) so you can specify exactly what you need.

Details of this variant:

- Model: 5-45x56 PM II High Power
- Turret types: DT27 MTC LT / ST ZC CT | DT II+ MTC LT / ST II ZC LT | MT II MTC LT / DT II+ ZC LT
- Turret rotations: Clockwise (CW) or counter clockwise (CCW)*
- Click value: 1cm/.1Mrad (turret depending)
- Reticles: P4FL | MSR2 | LRR-MIL | GR²ID | TREMOR3
- Focal plane: First
- Parallax adjustment 30m - ∞
- Colour: Black or RAL8000
- Tube diameter: 34mm

Included:

- Tenebraex heavy duty objective and ocular flip-up covers
- Schmidt & Bender cleaning kit and pouch

Frequently asked question: What is the difference between clockwise (CW) and counter clockwise (CCW) turrets on the Schmidt & Bender scopes?:

- Clockwise, elevation increases on CW turn so numbers on the turret read left to right. Simple with natural reading direction and favours the right-handed shooter.

- Counter clockwise, elevation increases on CCW turn so numbers read backwards right to left. Imagine the turret is a screw where the point of impact follows the tip of the screw so unscrewing (counter clockwise) moves the elevation up and screwing (clockwise) moves the elevation down.

Unless otherwise stated the price is for a single item, in one colour.

Dragonfly Ordnance UK accepts no liability for the use (or misuse) of this equipment.

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