Meopta artemis 2100 7x50

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Meopta artemis 2100 7x50

Post by jdk1 » 21 Sep 2019, 14:28

Meopta artemis 2100 7 x 50 , good condition , illuminated ret , flip ups ,very clear optics , vortex weaver/picatinny mounts

£300 posted

Artemis 2100 7x50
The Artemis 2100 aiming riflescopes are designed as a supplement to various hunting arms. In connection with a fire arm, they multiply the precision of long distance shooting many times.

The Artemis 2100 riflescope differs from the model Artemis 2000 by being fitted with the reticle with lit point in the point of intersection of thin lines. The control mechanism of the lit reticle is situated on the left hand side (when looking from the eyepiece) of the central cube with adjustment mechanism. The light intensity can be changed in jumps by a rotating sleeve in the scale range 1-7. In the edge positions and interpositions the illumination is off. For elevation and windage adjustments of the reticle in arms seasoning are provided turret knobs with snap mechanism making it possible to change the sighting angle. The adjusting knobs are protected by caps.

Technical specifications of the illuminating device

Batteries 3V - type CR2032 (lower capacity) or type CR2354 (higher capacity)
Brightness regulation and switching-off with only controlling element
Illuminated mark brightness regulation - in seven step jumps - with switching-off edge positions and in each step interpositions
Reticle cross illuminated mark in form of red dot
Middle service life of batteries is 60 (smaller) to 80 (larger) hours


Magnification: 7x
Objective optical diameter: 50 mm
Field of view: 5.7 m / 100 m
Exit pupil diameter: 7 mm
Exit pupil distance: 80 mm
Eyepiece dioptrie range: ±3 D
Central (attaching) tube diameter: 25.4 mm (1")
Objective tube diameter: 57 mm
Eyepiece tube diameter: 42.5 mm
Rectification range: min. 40’
Weight: 615 g
Total length: 353 mm
Reticle in front or rear focal plane: front

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