Lightweight and with variable magnification perfect for stalking or when moving from hide to hide. Rapid magnification adjustment with an ergonomic sure grip. Perfect optical system provides a wide field of view and edge-to-edge sharpness. The telescopic dampening system for the eyecup protects against injuries.
Swarovski's 4-16x50 Habicht PV Riflecope is a variable powered offering from their PH (Professional Hunter) series of riflescopes. Designed for the discriminating user of optical sighting systems, the PV 4-16x50 delivers world-class performance in a sleek and manageable form-factor.
With its 4-16x magnification range, reaching out to distant targets becomes a tangible reality. Twilight hunters will appreciate the prominent 50mm objective when light is scant and the quarry is afoot. The extra moments of visibility provided by this scope's enhanced twilight performance can be the deciding factor in the success of your next great hunt.
• Adjustable Objective
Parallax correction can be set quickly and precisely right on the objective to prevent aiming errors
(50 m/55 yd - infinity)
• All-Weather Performance
Nitrogen filled 30mm Aluminum main tube is water and fog proof
(submersible to 4.0 m (13.0")
• Swarotop Lens Coatings
Proprietary lens coatings with microgrooves on the edges of the lens elements increases light transmission by preventing residual reflections inside the tube for bright high-contrast images under all lighting conditions.
• PH - Professional Hunter Series
Lightweight 30mm main tube
Metric precision adjustments
Centered reticle with full edge-to-edge ranging
Magnification ring with secure grip and offset scale
Eye cup with telescopic shock dampening for enhanced safety
Extremely rugged patented 4-coil spring system secures the erector tube
• Temperature Ranges
Operating: -4 to 131°F (-20 to 55°C)
Storage: -22 to 158°F (-30 to 70°C)
• 4A Reticle in the Second Focal Plane
The 4A features the basic configuration of the German #4. Second focal plane positioning of the reticle maintains the dimensions of the reticle throughout the magnification range.