SWFA SS 16x42 Tactical 30mm Riflescope

SWFA SS 16x42 Tactical 30mm Riflescope

Mil-Quad, 1/10 MIL Clicks, 5 MIL Revolution, Rear Focus

Stock# SS16X42MQ UPC 855946005110

Optional Accessories

Availability: In Stock


  • Matte Finish
  • Patented Mil-Quad Reticle
  • 30mm Tube
  • Rear Focus
  • OK for .50 cal
  • .10 Mrad Turrets


Exit Pupil: 2.6mm
Field of View @ 100m: 2.2m
Rear Parallax Adjustment (m):  10m-Infinity
Eye Relief (in):3.9
Diopter Compensation: -2 ~ +1 dpr
Click Adjustment Value: 0.1 MRAD
Adjustment Per Revoultion: 5 Mils
Total Elevation Adjustment:  Mils
Total Windage Adjustment 


Type of Reticle: Mil-Quad
Coating: Fully Multi Coated
Waterproof: Yes
Fogproof: Yes
Shockproof: Yes
Weight (oz): 18.3
Objective Bell Diamater (A): 49.5mm / 1.949"
Bell Length (B): 101.5mm / 3.996"
(C): 69mm / 2.716"
Tube Length (D): 148mm / 5.827"
Overall Length (E): 340mm / 13.385"
(F): 49mm / 1.929"
Eyepiece length (G): 90.5mm / 3..562"
Eyepiece Diameter (H): 46mm / 1.811"
(I): 31.9mm / 1.255"
 Tube Diameter (J): 30mm / 1.181"

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  • Perfect For AAFTA Hunter Class

    By OldGuy with an Airgun on 12/6/2017

    I purchased the SS 16x42 Milrad Riflescope right after the American Airgun Field Target Association (AAFTA) changed the rule for Hunter Class to allow a 16x scope. The rules for hunter class do not allow varying the power of the scope or using the click feature of elevation or windage knobs. So not paying for all the additional expense of the increased optics required by variable power is the way to go. For those who intend to continue in the Hunter class, this is definitely the very best way to go. The optics are clear. The reticle is not too busy; it is just right. So you say "I will want to graduate to Open Class when I get better". Well it is my serious opinion that you will not need to go variable. Once you have gotten used to this great scope you need to merely add clicking. Varying the power will not really help that much and you needn't add the extra expense and degraded optics of a variable scope. I have gotten so used to using a single power scope that I find varying the power confusing especially on a second focal plane reticle. If it's on the first focal plane, the reticles get so busy as to be nearly useless when you are focusing close. The only drawback of the SWFA SS is that it only focuses down to 10M and Field Targets get as close as 10 yards. However, the difference is about 2 feet 10 inches. Do yourself a favor and buy this for all your air gun field target shooting.

  • SWFA SS 16x42

    By clgraham82 on 7/20/2017

    Great scope, really nice, clear view...Only complaint...couldn't you include even a cheap set of lens covers with a $300 scope?!