Swarovski 6-18x50 AV with coveted BR reticle (balistic)

Discussion in 'Optics For Sale' started by xophix, Apr 20, 2012.

  1. xophix

    xophix New Member

    Dec 1, 2011
    Swarovski 6-18x50 AV BR reticle
    Selling my Swarovski 6-18x50 AV series scope with the coveted BR reticle.

    Dial in your load to the reticle with Swaro's online software.


    Awesome scope but for my type of hunting a 6x low end is too much.

    This scope has been to the range 3x and in the field 2x but looks like new.

    No box, etc...I'm never good at saving that stuff.

    Asking $900, shipping included in the lower 48.

    Trades considered. Nothing over 4X on the low end. Extra points if scope name begins with "Z".

    No scratches, only a small spot on the AO adjustment where anodizing has rubbed through (shown in picture) . I'd estimate it 95-98%. Scope is still in the rings, so as is typical, you can likely expect light ring marks once removed. Included is a Butler Creek flip up cap on the objective...none for the eyepiece.

    Email: scott@tlsaz.com



    Specifications for Swarovski AV6-18x50 Riflescope:

    Magnification: 6-18x

    Objective Diameter: 50mm

    Angle of View: 3.3-1.3

    Field-of-View (@ 1000 Yds): 6x: 173' (58 m at 1000 m) / 18x: 68' (23 m at 1000 m)

    Dioptric Correction Range: -2.5 to +2.5

    Exit Pupil Diameter: 6x: 8.3mm / 18x: 2.8mm

    Eye Relief: 90mm

    Filter Size: 55mm

    Impact Point Correction per Click: 0.25" per 100 Yards (7mm per 100 meters)

    Maximum Elevation/Windage Adjustment: Elevation: 3.9' per 100 Yards (1.3 m per 100 m)

    Relative Brightness: 6x: 69.4 / 18x: 7.7

    Twilight Factor: 6x: 17.3 / 18x: 30.0

    Weatherproofing: Waterproof & fogproof

    Dimensions: 14.8" (377mm) in Length

    Weight: 1.27 lb (575 g)

    Features of Swarovski AV 6-18x50 Rifle Scope:
    • Streamlined body for low mounting
    • Waterproof & submersible even with the turret caps removed
    • Microstructured, precise internal baffling eats up reflections
  2. Sealesniper

    Sealesniper Well-Known Member

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