SWFA 10x42 SS - MOA-Quad Reticle, 30mm, .25 MOA Clicks, Side FocusSWFA SS
In sub-zero temperatures or searing desert heat (-50 degrees to +130 degrees Fahrenheit, and altitudes of 30,000 feet to depths of 15 feet in salt water) the waterproof, shockproof, fogproof SS performs. Whatever the weapon, from .223 to .50 BMG, the SS handles the recoil. Whatever the target, the SS gives you the best advantage. Made of lightweight aluminum but strong as steel, it has superior multicoated optics for maximum light transmission. Built to NATO specs.
- Matte Finish
- Patented MOA-Quad Reticle
- 30mm Tube
- 1/4 MOA Turrets
- Side Focus
- OK for .50 cal
- EXIT PUPIL: 4.2mm
- WEIGHT: 21.3
- LENGTH: 360mm / 14.17"
- FIELD OF VIEW @ 100 YDS: 3.9m
- SIDE PARALLAX ADJUSTMENT (M): 10 - infinity
- EYE RELIEF (IN): 3.9
- DIOPTER COMPENSATION: -2 ~ +1 dpr
- CLICK ADJUSTMENT VALUE: 0.25 MOA
- ADJUSTMENT PER REVOLUTION: 15 MOA
- TOTAL ELEVATION ADJUSTMENT: 130 MOA
- TOTAL WINDAGE ADJUSTMENT: 130 MOA
- TYPE OF RETICLE: MOA-Quad
- FOCAL PLANE: Second
- COATING: Fully Multi Coated
- WATERPROOF: yes
- FOGPROOF: yes
- SHOCKPROOF: yes
This is my third SWFA scope. Previous models are the SS 16x42 MOA with rear focus and the SS 3-15x42 MOA First Focal Plane. They are an unbelievable value. If you heard about this from Mr. Rex, then believe me he led you to the right place if you need precision capability on a budget. These scopes are hardcore sturdy and simple. The reticle is extremely well situated and crisp. I have the 16x42 mounted on a Savage 110 BA in .300 WM and the variable model on a .300 RUM. Both scopes so far are holding up to extreme cold temperatures and a lot of heavy turret use for about two years. This one has yet to see any use, but I have zero doubt it will perform reliably as the previous scopes. Tracking is superb for the price. This beats Vortex in reliability in every meaning of the word. I love this scope!
I previously had a Leupold Mark IV variable (approx $1000). This scope is to my eyes at least just as bright, high quality, and tracks perfectly. The MOA/MOA works great and is more intuitive for us "imperial units" Americans, at least for me. And overall I've been very happy with it on my 700 5R 308. Good to go gear and easily goes head to head with $800-$1000 scopes.
This scope has my highest recommendations! This scope works great in low light situations so that you can hunt until legal shooting light is over. The fixed power magnification takes a little practice to get used to it, but I have learned that I like fixed power scopes more than variable power scopes. I use this scope on my 300 win mag rifle as my primary deer hunting rifle. Search YouTube for more in-depth reviews.
This scope is rock solid. I was worried about my springer breaking another scope, I don't think it will break this one. Everything about this scope tells me it was money well spent. Clarity of the optics, ease of adjustments. I calculated 8-1/2 minutes of adjustment from a grid target at 25yds, spun the turret and nailed it. Great scope!
I have been running an original SS 10x42 w/ the standard mil-dot reticle for the past 10 years. It’s been bounced around in my truck and patrol car all of that time. I have logged thousands of rounds with it. It finally succumbed to the abuse a working gun suffers, but when I finish writing this, I'll be pulling the trigger on the purchase of another one! The best scope I have ever owned!
I've had this scope on my Remington 700 SPS tac in 308 for over a year now. This scope is awesome, and have ranged me out to 600 years, easily. The turrets track perfectly and it's all I could have asked for and more at this price point.
I bought this for my current SPR build. The glass is clear. The turrets are very positive with audible clicks. It feels very well built. You could spend a lot more and not get something this nice. It fits nice in my Burris PEPR mount. Probably the best piece of budget glass on the market. If you want to save a few dollars skip the side focus option and get the regular super sniper.
This scope is outstanding. For $400.00 it's a steal. Tracks perfectly, at least in my experience it does. Great glass, reticle, light, eye relief FOV, the whole nine yards. Mine is on a .300 Win Mag and I have had zero problems. The straight 10 rear focus model is also a winner as is the 3-15 SS. Very pleased with all of them. The 1-4 DM is a badass optic too.
I ordered one after word of mouth testimonials and research on reviews on forums. My billing address was different from the mailing so they called me directly to verify the correctness and not a fraud. Personally, I thought this was awesome. At least someone is watching my back without a knife. Thank you SWFA.