- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 3.8 x 3.5 inches ; 14.7 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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- ASIN: B009DP8CLM
- Item model number: 117851
- Average Customer Review: 47 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #519,835 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Redfield 117851 BattleZone Fog and Waterproof Rifle Scope with 9X Magnification and 42-Millimeter Objective Lens, Black Matte Finish
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- Fully multicoated lens system
- 1/4 MOA impact point correction
- Finger-adjustable pop-up turrets
- Aluminum housing with matte black finish
- Nitrogen-filled for fog proof and waterproof performance
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The Redfield 117851 BattleZone Fog and Waterproof Rifle Scope features a weather-sealed housing and Tac-MOA ballistic reticle. This close to mid-range scope uses Redfield's advanced fully multicoated lens system to produce high-contrast views that are bright throughout the zoom range.
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Both scopes are in the 3-9 X 40 TAC-MOA style. Both scopes are very similar in optical quality, and that quality is outstanding! If there is a difference I can’t see it.
Both scopes zoom function causes the field of view to narrow as the magnification increases.
The zoom on the Revolution allows the inner threads to become visible when zoomed but are not visible when at 3x power. This is not a bad thing since it also lets more light into the scope.
This is not the case on the Battlezone.
The Revolution scope is slightly easier to see through at full zoom.
The index marks on the turrets of the Revolution line up with the index marks on the scope perfectly.
The zoom on the Battlezone is harder to turn.
The index marks on the turrets of the Battlezone do not line up perfectly, but are off by about the thickness of one index mark
The Battlezone comes with turrets for .223 and .308 BDC (bullet drop compensation)
The Battlezone comes with removable lens caps that are held on by a thin bungee string which loops around both caps.
I would prefer the Revolution over the Battlezone since the focus is easier to adjust.
This can be important for 2 reasons.
1. Faster target acquisition
2. Being hard to turn may cause the alignment of the crosshairs to twist out of position, Which could affect the shot placement.