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Side view of the new 3-21x50 Exos hunting scope

The new Exos 3-21x50 is the latest addition to our popular high zooming Exos hunting line. Handcrafted reliability, repeatability and intuitive functionality are perfectly combined in this second focal plane, 34 mm tube scope.

All scope parts are made of solid, hard anodized aluminum. The tube wall thickness enables the Exos to handle the harshest extremes. The various aluminum parts are chosen carefully in order to meet the tight tolerances necessary for the best quality. Schmidt & Bender guarantees to have the same production standards for hunting and military scopes alike, one of the reasons for the renowned Schmidt & Bender quality and reliability.

One main feature of our new 3-21x50 Exos are the repeatable, robust and temperature resistant elevation and windage turrets. The accurate turret repeatability is ensured by the Schmidt & Bender unique ‘S-Spring Technology’. With an outstanding elevation travel of 39,5 Mil (42 Mil internal travel) this scope is perfect for handling anything from a close, quick shot to extreme long range distances. The turrets are designed to be easily operated in extreme temperatures from +70°C (158 °F) to –40 °C (–40 °F), even with thick gloves.

The very precise parallax adjustment begins at 25 m/27 yd for close distances. It enables the hunter or shooter to estimate distance and to set the parallax accurately in order to avoid aiming errors in the crucial hunting/shooting situations.

Every second focal plane scope suffers deviation when turning the magnification from maximum to minimum. Our patented ‘Minimum Deviation Technology’ though, enables Schmidt & Bender to have a minimum of deviation in point of impact. The diffractive illuminated reticle in the second focal plane has the smallest deviation of less than 1 cm at 100 m (0,39” at 109 yd).

The easy to operate illumination knob has 11 functional steps with ‘off’ positions between each step. An intelligent automatic shut-off sensor turns power off after 6 hours or if the scope is tilted more than 45-degree to the side from vertical line or 70-degree upwards/110-degree downwards from horizontal line. The illumination restores automatically when moved into firing position.

The new Schmidt & Bender 3-21x50 Exos will be available April 2019 and starts from 2.520,17 €.

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