Sale Bear Creek 15-45 x 65mm Spotting Scope

   

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15X - 45X

Product Color:
Green

Size:
13.5"-47oz.

Objective Size (mm):
65mm

FOV:
115-'60'

Close Focus Distance:
32'
  • Sale price: $79.97

  • Reg. price: $99.97

  • SKU: 1909768

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The Bear Creek 15–45 x 65mm Spotting Scope gives you enough power for scouting from a scope light enough to bring along in your backpack. Featuring a fully coated lens system and nitrogen purged for sure fogproof performance, this scope provides a clear view when scouting potential trophies. Fold down eyecup for outdoorsmen with glasses.  Scope comes with a convenient, adjustable tabletop tripod and soft case for protection. Compact 13.5'' high. Field of view at 1,000 yards: 115–60'. Close focus distance: 32'. Weight: 47 oz.
Manufacturer model #: BC15-45X65.

  • Fully coated lens system
  • Coated in a rugged rubber armor
  • Fold down eyecup
  • Includes sure-footed bench tripod
  • Nitrogen purged for fogproof performance
  • Comes with soft case
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Typ. shoot 50 - 100 yds. / 22cal. - 50cal.
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A perfect scope for zeroing your weapons to make that critical shot.
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This spotting scope worked great for me at 100 and 200 yards on the range.
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Yes, this will work fine in a shooting range.
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will the scope fit on a regular camera tripod
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 - ontario ,canada
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A spring loaded lever makes for a simple and quick release of the scope from the tripod.
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Yes, There is a screw on the bottom to remove the tripod.
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