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Military Binoculars, 10 x 50

  • Item# 14F468
  • Mfr. Model# 398
  • Catalog Page# 2520
  • UNSPSC# 41111717
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  • Shipping Weight 5.0 lbs.
Country of Origin Germany Country of Origin is subject to change.
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Product Details

This compact, powerful laser rangefinder is well suited for military services and tactical units. It combines premium Steiner binoculars with a powerful class 1/eye safe laser for determining range to targets. Wide measurement range from 27 yards to over 1,860 yards on reflective targets, plus scan mode to measure small or moving targets. Binoculars feature the Porro prism design, for 3-D imaging and are tripod mountable. Water and fog proof.

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Technical Specs

  • Item Military Binoculars
  • Type Laser Range Finder
  • Magnification 10 x 50
  • Field of View 300 ft.
  • Prism Type Porro
  • Length (In.) 6-1/4
  • Width (In.) 8-1/8
  • Height (In.) 3
  • Optical Lens Coating Uncoated
  • Min. Distance (Ft.) 65
  • Tripod Mountable Yes
  • Requires CR123 Battery
  • Weather Resistant Y
  • Standards Mil. Spec.
  • Weight 45.9 oz.
  • Includes Lens Caps, Neck Strap
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  • This item is restricted for international sale.

Customer Reviews

Rated 2 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5 by OK The LRF does not return on targets over about 1100 meters. The Claim is for returns on "highly reflective" targets out to 1860 Yards. What constitutes a highly reflective target? A man, a tank, a mud building, maybe a mirror? I guess if I'm ever targeting massive mirrored office buildings these are the binos of choice!I don't know why they call them "military." They are rugged and can probably take a beating, but beyond that there isn't much "military" about them. There is no Mils pattern for round spotting, so they are just civilian binos with an under performing LRF.For the exuberant cost I expected more, the non-expiring warranty and superb optics removes some of the bad taste in my mouth, but I would not recommend this purchase for anyone doing serious Military tactical targeting. April 15, 2016
  • 2016-09-28 T18:12:57.405-05:00
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