UTG Accushot 3-12X44 30mm Full Size SWAT Range Estimating AO Scope
Leapers Accushot Swat Classic 3-12X44 30mm Mil-Dot Range Estimating Riflescope has a crystal clear objective lens that provides great light transmissio, toughness, repeatability and adjustments at an unmatched value!
Zero Locking and Resetting Target Turrets with Larger and Consistent Windage/Elevation Adjustment Range - EXCEEDS 30 MOA IN EACH DIRECTION
Built on True Strength Platform, Completely Sealed and Nitrogen Filled, Shockproof, Fogproof and Rainproof
30mm Tube for Maximum Light Transmission and Wider Windage/Elevation Adjustment
Side Wheel Parallax Adjustment - New, Convenient and User Friendly Feature, Allowing for Easy and Precise Objective Adjustment - from 10 YARDS TO INFINITY
Crystal Clear 44mm Objective Lets You See More of Your Target, Provides Great Light Transmission for Dusk-To-Dawn Use and Delivers Ultra-High Resolution and Performance
Complete with Sun Shade and Flip-open Lens Caps
Magnification: 3X - 12X
Tube Diameter: 30mm
Objective Diameter: 44mm
Field of View @ 100 yards: 35.4' - 10.2'
Eye Relief: 3.9" - 3.2"
Exit Pupil: 14.0mm - 3.5mm
Click Value @100 yards: 1/8"
Weight: 21.2 oz
Parallax Setting: 10 Yds - Infinity
Warranty: Lifetime for AccuShot Series
“I have purchased the older version of the Leaper Accushot scope 3-12x44 full size without the Illumination at David's Collectibles, mounting on the 7mm Remington Magnum Model 700 BDL for nearly two years now. I recently went to the open range, the scope works flawlessly and I am happy with it. The scope holds its zero and I was able to hit dead center at 542 yard target with couple adjustments. The longest one shot kill I have made of a deer was approximately 325 yards, and the closest one shot kill was approximately 23 yards. Thanks to Leapers I don’t have to purchase other expenses scope to make these kinds of shots. Another thing I like about this scope is its clarity. I was able to see the bullet hole that hit the side of a deer at approximately 325 yards away with the confirmation of my nephew. Well made scope and with a reasonable price. I have made many recommendations and many of the Accushot scopes have been purchased by my brothers and friends. “
|TS Platform||True strength scope platform using smart spherical structure(SSS) to achieve simplified and strengthened inner/outer tube interaction for most precise and responsive W/E adjustment and toughest recoil resistance.|
|Ring-lock Target Turrets||Windage/elevation target turrets with locking ring to lock zero and zero-resetting function to align marking after zeroing your scope.|
|SWAT AO||Side wheel adjustable turret opposite to the windage adjustment turret, adjusts parallax from close range to infinity.|
|Range Estimating||Innovatively designed reticle providing reference points for quick range estimation during shooting.|
|Variable Power||Magnification of the scope is adjustable.|
| In the past few years, Range Estimating reticle has begun to be recognized as a very useful tool by hunters and shooters around the world. With some patient learning and practices, this tool can enhance shooting accuracy and performance in ways not imagined before. Staying ahead of the trend, Leapers offers the most unique Range Estimating reticle, TRE, to our customers and continue to develop more for the future. || |
|9 dots: |
| Regular mil-dot reticle found on the market usually has 4 dots on each direction of the cross hair, giving you 9 different aiming points for either windage or elevation. If you count the 2 inner tips of the opposite duplex cross hairs, you get 11 aiming points. Leapers’s own 36 Mil-Dot Reticle (TRE) has 9 dots on each direction of the cross hair, giving you 19 aiming points or 21 including the inner tips of the duplex cross hairs. |
|4 dots: |
| This is the regular mil-dot reticle with 4 dots on each direction of the cross hair, giving you 9 different aiming points for either windage or elevation. If you count the 2 inner tips of the opposite duplex cross hairs, you get 11 aiming points. |
- Range estimating requires common knowledge/experience about your target's actual width or height.
- Set your scope at 10X or the proper power, depending on the scope. View the target through the scope. Place the center of the dot against one edge of the target and measure to the opposite edge of the target.
- Once the target has been measured in mils, depending on the scope model, a formula is available to estimate the distance of the target.
- Each scope will come with a pre-calculated mil-dot table of most used distance estimates to aid the user.
For example, based on past experiences, the length of a known animal from shoulder to tail is 40 inches (1.016 meters), and we see through a scope at, for example, 9X to find that the animal occupies 9 mils. Therefore, the distance can be derived from using the following formula -
| ||Height or Width of Target in Meters x 1,000 || ||Magnification || |
| || x || ||= Range in Meters (1 M = 1.0936 Yards) |
|Height or Width of Target in Mils || ||10 || |
| Hence, (1.016 x 1,000/9) X (9/10 ) = 101.6 meters (110 yds).|
Armed with this knowledge, you can compensate for the bullet’s drop accordingly and make “great things happen”!